The Thompson Home Public Library, located at 125 W. Center Street, Ithaca, Michigan, provides free services to all who live and/or work in Gratiot County. Out-of-county residents may pay a $50 fee to obtain a card which entitles them to full services.
The library holds more than 26,000 materials including books, magazines, audio books, music cds, and downloadable audio and ebooks. Patrons also have access to statewide interloan services. Copying, scanning, and fax services are available for a small fee.
There are eleven patron computers available to access the high-speed internet and Wi-Fi service for those with their own electronic devices.
Welcome to the Thompson Home Public Library. Our staff is always available and happy to assist our patrons.
SPONSOR AN AUTHOR:
SUPPORT YOUR FAVORITE AUTHOR AT THOMPSON HOME PUBLIC LIBRARY
Be the first to read a new release by your favorite author with the “Sponsor an Author” program. Tell us your favorite author and whenever that author releases a new book, we will automatically order it. You will pay our cost for the book, usually about $15 to $18, and will be the first person to read it; then return it to the library for others to enjoy. (Most authors only release a book once a year or even every two years.) Plus, your name will be in the front of the book acknowledging your donation.
Did you know that the Thompson Home Public Library is funded entirely by State Aid (approximately $3,200 annually) and penal fines? As this funding has been rapidly decreasing, Sponsor an Author, memorials, and donations are a great way to help support the library and allow you and others to continue to enjoy new materials.
Call 989-875-4184 for further information or return the form below in person at the library or via mail to THPL, 125 West Center Street, Ithaca, MI 48847.
Mon & Wed: 10am-8pm
Tue, Thur, Fri: 10am-5pm
Sat: 10 am – 1 pm