We have an opening for a Technology Manager.  Please see our Employment page for more details.

 

Can't make the Curtis Exhibit?  Northwestern University digitized the collection and put it online:  Curtis Collection

 

Welcome to Hackley Public Library. Search for, download, listen, and borrow books; find and discover events here and around Muskegon; browse our local history; find and look through a number of historical and government links, or just get general information about the library. All these can be found by navigating the buttons on the top of the page. Drop in at our historical building in person to browse our collection of books, use the computer lab, or explore the Local History & Genealogy Department at the Torrent House. Feel free to visit our friends website as well at Friends of Hackley Library .

 

 

Book Letters provides lists of good reads, information on authors and much more!  See the lists here or sign up for the emailed newsletters

Just click on one of the bookcovers to see the whole list!


 

 

Seasonal Links

Wind and Surf Report for Muskegon

Muskegon State Park Weather

 

Other Links

Muskegon Chronicle

Michigan Voter Guide

Free Annual Credit Reports

Do Not Call Registry Information

Foreclosure Help from Hud

 

Michigan Helping Hand is a website from the State of Michigan for people who are dealing with economic hardship.  This website contains information about jobs & training; unemployment; health care; family support; and housing-more info

gposmall Hackley Public Library is a Federal Depository Library.

 

 

 

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316 W Webster Ave. -- Muskegon, MI, 49440 --  231-722-8000

Circulation Ext: 8000, Reference Ext: 8011, Tech Ext: 8012, Youth Services Ext: 8014, Local History Ext: 8016

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hackleyref Happy birthday to the Hobbit! This beloved book turns 80 today. First published September-21-1937
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