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Cook Library Center

The Cook Library Center focuses on the intellectual development of children and adults. After-school programs include homework help, computer usage, mind-expanding games such as chess and Scrabble, storytelling events, and field trips to cultural institutions, colleges, and universities. Adults use our library primarily for English as a Second Language classes, job searches, and resume writing. We offer weekly one-on-one computer classes for adults led by bilingual volunteers. 

Click here to learn more about the Cook Library Center and here to read about one of our volunteers.

We are grateful to the trustees of the Grand Rapids Public Library for their generous support of the Cook Library Center.

You can help make programs like these possible by considering a tax-deductible, in-kind donation. Here is a list of items that we always need at the Cook Library Center. Or you can donate online now!

School Year Hours

Monday through Thursday      12:00pm - 7:00pm

Friday                                       12:00pm - 5:00pm

Saturday*                                 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Summer Hours

Monday through Friday            12:00pm - 5:00pm

Saturday                                   Closed

     *Closed on holiday weekends

The Cook Library Center is located at 1100 Grandville Avenue SW, on the corner of Grandville Avenue and Hughart Street.

 

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GRANDVILLE AVENUE ARTS & HUMANITIES
644 GRANDVILLE AVENUE SW
GRAND RAPIDS MI 49503
PHONE: 616-742-0692
FAX: 616-742-5499