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311. N. Steel St.

Ontonagon, MI 49953


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The Ontonagon Township Library will be moving their ongoing used book sale (and the surplus of used books that don't fit in the used book sale) outside for the Village of Ontonagon's Trash to Treasure Day on Saturday, June 18th. Come visit us in the side parking lot (Pennsylvania Avenue) for low, low prices on all sorts of used books and other media.


  • Have an old-school car stereo? Love the idea of reading while you drive but it seems kind of dangerous? We have HUNDREDS of tapes worth of cassette audiobooks recently discarded from the shelves!
  • Need to spice up the library in your camper, deer camp, beach house, etc.? We have lots and lots and lots of books with plenty of life left and no place to put them.
  • VHS tapes going super-cheap!
  • Dozens of CDs discarded from WOAS 88.5FM--broaden your musical horizons without breaking the bank!
  • Paperbacks only 10 cents; hardcovers, CDs, and tapes only 50 cents! Or fill a whole bag with mixed items for only $2.50! WOW!!! (Bags limited, feel free to bring your own.)


We will have items for sale inside the library and/or the hallway of the Township Building in the event of inclement weather. Our sale will run from 9 to 2, or while supplies last!

Category: Programs & Events

The Ontonagon Township Library will once again be holding their annual (and quite fancy) tea party on Tuesday, April 5th at 2:00 PM. (Ontonagon Area Schools are not in session this week.) Dress in your fanciest party finery, or come as you are, for all manner of delightful snacks and fancy fun.

The festivities are open to kids of all ages and their families. Attendance is COMPLETELY FREE but you may bring a treat to share if you wish!

Sign-up in person, by e-mail, or phone.

Category: Programs & Events






The Ontonagon Township Library will be offering technology workshops every Wednesday in February from 2:00 to 4:00 PM. All sessions are free and no registration is required. These will be informal programs tailored to the needs of attendees, and there will be plenty of time for asking questions or getting one-on-one help.

FEB 3 - All about eBooks, e-readers, and mobile library apps. Learn how to use your existing library card to download and read e-Books on an iPad or iPhone, Android device, Amazon Kindle, or your computer.

FEB 10 - Discussions and demonstrations featuring Enterprise, the library’s online “Card Catalog” system. Attendees will learn how they can renew checkouts, request materials from other libraries, check late fees, and more, 24 hours a day from the comfort of home.

FEB 17 and FEB 24 - General Help Desk sessions. These will be open-ended question and answer sessions, so if you need help with basic PC use, or if you’re struggling with computer errors, come on in and put our tech skills to the test.

Due to liability issues, we will not be doing any “hands-on” repairs during these sessions, but attendees are encouraged to bring their own tablet or laptop to follow along.

Category: Programs & Events

Tax season; a wonderous and exciting time of year. Let OTL be a part of your tax-related festivities. We have forms and instructions, and more forms and instructions, and, well, that's pretty much it but it's super-exciting!


  • Federal 1040 forms
  • Federal 1040 instructions
  • Federal 1040A forms
  • Federal 1040A instructions
  • Federal 1040EZ forms
  • Federal 1040EZ instructions
  • Michigan 1040 booklet (forms & instructions)
  • Michigan 1040CR-7 booklet (forms & instructions for Home Heating Credit claimants)

"Oh boy! I love doing our taxes!"
"Me too, bae. Like, for serious."


For any special documents or forms not on-hand (i.e., copies of the tax table, worksheets for special credits, practice forms, etc.) we will make copies or prints of any tax-related materials at a special rate of 10 cents per page.

When taking federal forms, please limit yourself to one per taxpayer. The IRS is only able to send us a limited quantity.

Author Profiles are contributed by Chris Bacon, Mason County District Library.

Sherryl Woods

Sherryl Woods is an author with more than 100 romance and mystery novels to her credit. She grew up in Virginia and she graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in Journalism. She spent the next ten years as a journalist with most of those years working as a television critic for newspapers in Ohio and Florida. She also worked as a coordinator for a motivational program for the more than 8,000 employees at the University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Medical Center. She has lived in numerous states in her lifetime including Ohio, Florida, and California. Today she divides her time between Key Biscayne, Florida and Colonial Beach, Virginia. When she isn't writing or reading, Sherryl pursues and follows many of her other interests including gardening, tennis, theater, and ballet. She also is a huge fan of baseball and loves the movie “Bull Durham.”

Category: Book Reviews

Here you will find links to our Facebook photo albums which contain images of high school yearbooks from Ontonagon and surrounding areas. These images are provided to the public 100% free of charge for entertainment, genealogical research, and other non-commercial use. Enjoy!