Welcome to the Vicksburg District Library

Library Hours

Monday – Thursday 10:00 – 8:30
Friday and Saturday 10:00 – 5:00
Sunday 1:00 – 5:00

My Library Account

Calendar of Library Events

  • Lego Free Design Time on March 29, 1-3pm, for kids K - 5th grade
  • Follow this link to view new adult programs at the library in spring 2023. We have movies and music, crafts, and social groups.
  • The Vicksburg Library now has a KRESA book garden in the vestibule.
  • Tax forms are available at the library. We can print any forms we don't have.
  • South County Community Services provides options and assistance for basic needs. Call 649-2901.
  • South County Community Services provides Aging-in-Place, a Safe at Home program for seniors. Call 649-2901.
  • Family Story Time for kids 18 months - 4 years happens Mondays 10-10:30am.
  • Mugs and Hugs takes place first and third Wednesdays from 10-10:45am.
  • Bouncing Babies for 0-2 years takes place Fridays from 10-10:30am.
  • Bulldog/Eagle Break Time for grades 6-12 meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays from 2:45-4:15pm
  • Teen Space/Game Time for grades 6-12 meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays from 4:15-5:45pm.


Vicksburg District Library of the Village of Vicksburg, Michigan.

The mission of the library is to provide a place for people of all ages to access information to satisfy their informational and lifelong learning needs and interests. Our vision is to serve as a lifelong learning center.

Community. Service. Information.

Although Vicksburg District Library serves more than 12,000 patrons, our real focus is on creating individual encounters with people in the community. We work to have singular interactions and respond to the requests of individual citizens.

All staff are happy to assist with requests for helping finding entertainment. We stock the latest best-selling books, new movie releases, and new music releases. Our Youth Services Librarian and our Circulation and Reference Librarian create a range of social programs for youth and adults. Our staff and I are happy to assist with historical, academic, or professional research needs. Some of those may include genealogical and local history searches, connecting patrons with job sites, or finding small-business resources online.

The Vicksburg District Library also offers community spaces that patrons can reserve for events, free WiFi, and eight public access computers connected to the internet. Our community library is a great place to meet new people and learn great new things.

Welcome to our library!

Most sincerely,

Eric Hansen, Director

If you have any questions or concerns, please email us! We will be happy to assist you.

215 S. Michigan Avenue / 269-649-1648 / info@vicksburglibrary.org