About Our Building

The Loda Township Library was originally built in 1896 and turned over as the A. Herr Smith & E.E. Smith Public Library in 1897. Although, the Library was built to resemble a Carnegie Library it is not. Small in size, the Loda Township Library has much to offer.

What can the library do for you?

The Library has so much to offer! We have free wifi and computer access, copies, fax, e-books, inter-library loan, music, audio books, notary public service, study space and actual books! Come check us out!

Meet Our Mascots

Meet Mr. Barely Has-time-to-read and Mr. Otter Readmore

Mr. Barely and Mr. Otter have been the best of friends for a very long time. Thanks to some help from their friends at the library they are well on their way to a reading road trip through history. Mr. Barely and Mr. Otter love reading about the history of the United States and other interesting books that have helped to shape who we are as individuals and as a country. Come join the fun! 

About Us

Our Staff

Library Director: Kim Geurts

Clerk: Vicky Reetz

Our Board

President: Pat Hamby

Vice President: Kay Houtzel

Secretary: Becky Green

Treasurer: Nancy Johnson

Trustee: Gayle Lemenager

Trustee: Becky Jones

Trustee: Sue Sawyer