New Library Furniture 

Teen gaming/study area

Soft  seating area

Study  area/gatherings

Circulation area


Located in the children's room.

With 85 educational learning programs installed on it for young children.  No internet required.

Thanks to the MI-83 Grant ( the library received:  Four new Samsung Chromebooks for patrons to check out.  A green screen with a laptop computer, camera, and microphone to record programs.  Plus, a tent and speakers to do outdoor programs which should arrive sometime this month.

Funding for the MI-83 Digital Library Connection project is provided in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library of Michigan, an agency of the Michigan Department of Education.

Chromebooks available for check out thanks to this grant.

Book Page

Are you wondering what to read next?  

The library now has Book Page for patron to take for free.

Thanks to White Pine Library Cooperative.

Come on in and pick yourself up a copy.

The library receives new Book Page every month. 
They are free for you to take home.

So visit your local library and pick yourself up a copy of Book Page for free. 

Remember that all patrons have access to all the e-books/e-audio books and e-magazines that the library has to offer.

Go to the card catalog tab at the top click on the Libby app for OverDrive e-books/e-audio/e-magazines.

MackVia e-books/e-audio books for students

Tumble books for the kids.

Remember we are Late Fee Fine Free library now.

If you have any questions please email 


New talking book for children

All in one - Has attached audio reader - No other device or WiFi needed  

Vox Books

Vox Books

Kingston Enterprise newspaper now available online

Feb. 7,1941- Dec. 27, 1979 years

​  All microfilm is now available online

Associate Member with Marlette District Library Genealogy page 

Check out the Little Free Library house
next to the fire hall drive on Ross Street.
Free books to swap.  Leave a book/take a book.
Thank you Krug family 

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Jacquelin E. Opperman

About the Library

It was 1970 that the Kingston Community Library merged with the school library.  Jacquelin E. Opperman was the first librarian.  It was years later after her death (April 18th, 1980) that her successor Aneita Denhoff had the library renamed Jacquelin E. Opperman Memorial Library.  A picture of her hangs in the library along with a biogiaphical sketch and a story about the mark she made on the community.  During holiday's her ceramics that she made are showcased.