Ann Arbor County Library is expanding its daily opening hours in October

ANN ARBOR, me. – Exciting changes are taking place at the Ann Arbor District Library.

From October 18, the Tree Town library system will extend its daily operating hours from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Customers also have early access to the Westgate branch when Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea opens at 9 a.m., AADL said in an update. While library visitors can use the building, tables and chairs, desk service does not begin until 10 a.m.

Earlier this month, the library system added more than 10,000 videos to its online catalog for streaming. Home customers can log into their online library accounts to watch episodes of popular series, select HBO miniseries, Rick Steves travel videos, and Ken Burns documentaries.

AADL has also brought back the popular interlibrary loan service (ILL) that helps bookworms get books, musical scores, government documents, dissertations, microfilms, and even brochures from other libraries.


In addition to returning ILL, overdue fees are returned on MeLCat and interlibrary loan media; However, AADL will continue to refrain from charging if its materials are overdue, the update said.

Visitors can also find the newly returned Express shelves in the library branches. The shelves hold recently published books and DVDs for personal check-out.

Read the latest service update here.

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