The library has served the residents of Empire, Glen Arbor, and Kasson townships since 1977. The library was first housed in an annex of the former Bolton Department Store building in Empire. In 1983, the library moved down the street to its current location, previously used as the Empire Fire Hall. Over the past few years the Glen Lake Community Library has made many improvements, including; an automated circulation system, public computers, and a greatly enhanced collection.
Cool things to do: attend the weekly activities for children and families, search their entire collection online before you head to the library, attend a Lakeshore Readers book discussion, spend some time walking around Empire.
For more information about the Glen Lake Community Library, you can directly visit their website .