The Pulaski County Public Library is located on the banks of the Tippecanoe River in Winamac, Indiana. Situated on the traditional Potawatomi and Miami Peoples' land, the town's name honors a Potawatomi Chief Winamac. Pulaski County, pronounced by locals as Pula-SKY, was named in honor of a Polish nobleman, and American Revolutionary War general, Casimir Pulaski.
The Pulaski County Public Library provides community members with a wide range of services, including print and digital resources, public computers, Wi-Fi, printing, copying, faxing, notary services, meeting rooms, programs & events, and more.
The mission of the Pulaski County Public Library is to continually improve our service to the patrons of our library district. We seek to provide a comprehensive collection of materials in a wide variety of formats. Our intent is to enrich our patrons' lives educationally and recreationally.
The library hosts fun and educational programs for all ages, from toddlers to seniors. Groups can reserve the library’s tutor rooms and meeting rooms, with spaces and technology for gatherings of up to 50 people.
In addition to checking out things like books, magazines, and DVDs, resident library card holders can access a vast collection of digital materials, including e-books and audiobooks on OverDrive and the Libby app, streaming movies on Kanopy, video storybooks on BookFlix, and all types of content on Hoopla.
On this website, you can learn more about the Pulaski County Public Library District, its history, governance, and policies. For information about how the library budgeted and spent taxes and other public dollars, visit the Indiana Gateway.