The Jackson District Library serves all of Jackson County through 13 library locations – including one in Grass Lake and one in Henrietta.
The Grass Lake branch was established in 1935 as a rented library in the home of Mrs. Delia Robinson. The summer library of primarily children’s books evolved into a lending library with regular hours. Around 1946 the library moved into the building originally constructed in 1906 as the Grass Lake Light Company. The building housed the township and village halls plus the library until 1977. Since then, library has had sole use of the building.
In Jackson District Library branches you will find books, music, movies, audiobooks, video games, and more. Our professionally trained and welcoming staff is ready to assist with your research project or to locate the information you need. We offer computers for public use at all our facilities as well as free WiFi access. Our libraries host a variety of events, programs, and classes or all age groups throughout the year. A wide array of clubs, associations, and other community groups use our free meeting spaces to discuss a favorite book, pursue an art or craft, or debate important issues of the day.
Come in, get yourself a free library card (free to all Jackson County residents) and discover a world of opportunity at our libraries. We look forward to serving you.