Roscommon Area District Library
The Library is located at 106 Lake Street in Roscommon, Michigan, and provides free services to all residents living within the library district, which includes Gerrish, Higgins and Lyon Townships as well as the Village of Roscommon.
The library holds more than 35,000 materials including books, movies magazines, music CDs and audio books. Our patrons enjoy downloadable audiobooks, eBooks & magazines, Mango Languages & Ancestry.com (Library Edition) are also available for your use.
To use the Michigan eLibrary, click here.
To view your account to renew books, click here.
If you have questions regarding your tablet, phone, or computer one of the RADL Staff members will sit down with you one on one and answer questions. Every Friday at 2pm.
The main branch of the Roscommon Area District Library is closed on Sundays and Mondays. If you have any library needs you can visit our Lyon Township Branch Library located at 7851 W Higgins Lake Drive, Roscommon, MI 48653.
The Friends of the Roscommon Library meet on the first Tuesday of the month at Fred’s of Roscommon in the private dining area. All Friends and potential Friends are invited to attend.
Anthony Gnesotto of Classic Computer Repair will be teaching a free class on how to best use your Android smartphone or tablet at the Roscommon Library on May 2nd at 3pm. Registration is not required. “Google, Samsung, and LG phones are the most common Android phones available, but they don’t exactly come with an instruction manual”, says Gnesotto. The goal of the class will be to teach participants how to get the most out of their smartphones or tablets and Anthony will also discuss a few good apps that participants might not know about. All are welcome to attend this class and if people are interested they need to bring their smartphones with them. For more information, call Classic Computer Repair at (989) 281-1409