Saugatuck-Douglas District Library

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Programs & Events 

The Library seeks to offer a variety of informational and entertaining programs for adults and children. 

If you have an idea for a topic or presenter that you would like us to feature, please contact the Library Director at

Adult Programs

The Meanderings Writer's Group

This group meets at the Library to write together. They share and critique their stories and sometimes submit for publication. They focus on the history of Saugatuck and Douglas, with emphasis on autobiographical essays, but other forms of writing are also encouraged. All are welcome.

February Tech Time with Nick

Bring your laptop, mobile device, or eReader and Nick will help answer your questions. No registration required. Sign in upon arrival.

Building Committee Meeting

The public is welcome to attend. Building Committee Meetings are held in the lower level of the Library.

Cookbook Club

Check out In My Kitchen by Deborah Madison, and let us know what you think. Join us at the Library to share kitchen fails and successes, and sample some recipes from the book.

February: Little Fires Everywhere

Afternoon Book Discussion

February: Fahrenheit 451

A Night Out with Books

Children's Programs

Lapsit Storytime

Mondays from 10:30-11:15am. Alternate format Storytime for wee wigglers and their caregivers. For children 2 and under (older siblings welcome). Lots of movement, shorter circle time and informal play. January 21 - March 25.

Stories & Stretches with Ms. Ingrid

Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15am. A yoga-inspired Storytime! Each session will conclude with sensory and gross motor play. Mats are provided. January 22 - February 27.

Pinterest Club

Thursdays from 3:15-4:30pm. Fun crafts for 5th-8th grade students. Bring your own snack. No registration required. February 7-28.