The Cromaine District Library has served the residents of the Hartland Consolidated School district and surrounding townships since it was built in 1927. It was donated to the schools by J. Robert Crouse and his uncle, Henry A. Tremaine, as the result of a $5,000.00 bequest from John B. Crouse, father of J. Robert Crouse. Tremaine and Crouse added $ 20,000.00 to the bequest to erect the Library which was named in honor of its donors.
Today, the Library serves in two locations--in the Village as well as at the exciting Crossroads Branch, 1788 N. Old US-23, in Hartland Town Center, just south of M-59. Both offer free wireless Internet access, inside and outside the buildings; online library card applications; bestseller and extensive magazine and newspaper collections; as well as on-site puzzles, Brio tables, and activities for children, plus programs sure to cure a rainy day.
An extensive DVD and CD music collection, plus downloadable audiobooks are sure to satisfy any traveler carrying a Michicard from their home library! Drop in and discover the "Aha! experience" of Cromaine District Library--inspiring passion for journeys of the mind and sustenance for touring library lovers.