Celebrate with Our Muslim Neighbors
Part of our role as a community hub is to help our neighbors learn about each other. Approximately 2.6% of Flint is Muslim. That’s why we’re inviting you to the Library on May 20 to learn a bit about the Muslim festival of Eid-el fitr.
Income Tax Assistance
The Library is a community hub, where many people and organizations can come to find resources and assistance. We’re pleased to host VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) on Saturdays, beginning February 11 and ending on March 25. Please see ou
Celebrating Black History Month
Every February, people in the United States celebrate the achievements and history of African Americans as part of Black History Month. Flint Public Library is pleased to offer programs that will help our...
Why Does the Library Celebrate MLK Day?
New On-Demand Streaming Video Service
Cultural Center Holiday Walk
Kay Schwartz Announces Retirement
We have been blessed with strong, courageous, dedicated Directors who have led and shaped this institution into a community jewel. Kay Schwartz has been one such leader. And now, as is true for all longstanding organizations, we will be saying f
Our Favorite Stories About Your Library’s Impact
A Great FREE Gift Idea: Books!
Letters from Our Fighting Men
Letters from Our Fighting Men is a collection of brief notes and photographs of 48, mostly Michigan men, serving in the U.S. Military in World War II.
New Equipment in Local History & Genealogy!
Thanks to a gift from long-time Library employee Janet O’Keefe, we have added a fourth scanner to our Local History & Genealogy room!