Harper Woods Public Library
HWPL Lower Level Unavailable Until Further Notice
On July 8, the Harper Woods Public Library staff discovered that a large
amount of water flowed into the library’s lower level after a large
rainstorm. Fortunately, neither the computers nor anything in the
collection was damaged. Unfortunately, we discovered that water got
under the carpet tiles and we must now replace the carpeting. Because
the health and safety of our patrons and staff is of primary importance,
we have closed access to our lower level including the meeting room
until further notice. For more information click here.
Thank you all for your patience during this challenging time. If you
have any questions or concerns, please feel free to talk to me or any
The Friends of the Harper Woods Library have started a partnership with Kroger to boost fundraising efforts in the library.
To enroll, go to kroger.com/communityrewards or type in “Kroger Community Rewards Program” in your favorite search engine.
Our organization number is #56289, Friends of the Harper Woods Library. Every time a member shops and swipes their card, we automatically earn a rebate. Kroger will pay us on a quarterly basis based on their percentage of spending as it relates to the total spending of all participating Kroger Community Rewards organizations.
Kroger Community Rewards ® makes it easy...all you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card!
Ancestry Library Edition
The Library now offers Ancestry Library Edition as part of its database collection. This tool provides access to billions of historical documents, millions of historical photos, plus local narratives, oral histories, indexes and other resources in over 30,000 databases that span from the 1500s to the 2000s. This database can only be used inside of the library. Please click here to use.
Michigan Activity Pass
MAP is supported in part by the Library of Michigan with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. The program is designed to enhance the learning experience for people of all ages through books and other library materials, and to provide reduced cost or complimentary access to arts and cultural organizations across Michigan, from St. Joseph to Saline to Saginaw to Sault Ste. Marie to South Range, and all points in between.
This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.