Brighton District Library
Outside Downtown Brighton, the Brighton District Library is right off Grand River Avenue. This staple in the Brighton community has resources for everyone in the Brighton area and surrounding cities. Various materials, programs, and services are available on-site and through their website. You will find movies, other media, and the Library of Things available to rent alongside extensive reading materials. The Library of Things is a collection of personal, technological, recreational, and educational items available for rent one week at a time. If you need a sewing machine or a radon detector, you can find it at the library.
The library has a few rooms for rent if you want a study or meeting space. These options can seat one to eight people and are available all year round. If you need assistance, the Brighton District Library team is knowledgeable and happy to assist with research and introduce you to the available resources.
The library hosts events throughout the year that everyone is welcome to attend. You can view a brochure of events already divided into programming for certain groups, whether you are a toddler or an adult. You can find craft time for all ages, where the host will guide you on different projects and historians that come to talk about the significant events of our area’s past.
Photos courtesy of the Brighton District Library.