The mission of the Holland Public Library is to serve the Town as an intellectual and cultural center; to promote the sharing of ideas, advocate for an informed citizenry, and to encourage personal enrichment for people of all ages. To accomplish this mission, the Trustees have established the following objectives:
The Holland Public Library will make an effort to have available current fiction, non-fiction materials and reference materials in a variety of books, videocassettes and audio cassettes as well as CDs, DVDs. While we are a small library with space and budget constraints by using Inter-Library Loan and Bookmobile Services we are able to supplement our collection. A Public Access Computer is available for patron use.
The Holland Public Library endorses the principals of the Freedom to Read Statement, the Library Bill of Rights, and the Freedom to View Statement adopted by the American Library Association.
The library observes all legal holidays. If there is no school because of weather conditions, the library may also be closed. We may also close early for inclement weather. If the weather is poor, we suggest that you call ahead to see if we are open.
|Jennifer Gumlaw||Trustee Member, Chair|
|Shannon Horn-Eldred||Trustee Member, Secretary|
|Lynn Harhay||Trustee Member|