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Field Guide Giveaway

Learn about local birds or mushrooms by picking up a free Field Guide the week of May 16th - while supplies last!

Available titles include “Birds of Indiana”, “Mushrooms of the Upper Midwest”, and “Birds of Prey of the Midwest”.

Participants will be asked to share either a photo of something they discovered or information they learned with the help of the field guide.

Copies are limited to one per family and are available first come, first served.  Stop in to learn more!

Art Exhibit & Reception

Meet the artists at our upcoming art reception!
Participants in the recent art workshop “Let’s Gogh: Adventures in Watercolor Painting” will unveil their work at a reception on Thursday, May 5th, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
This workshop was taught by Lynn Darda and was for adults 55 and older.
Light refreshments will be served at the reception.

Coffee & Conversation

Join us for Coffee & Conversation at the library!

Each week on Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. we'll be hosting an informal gathering in the library's new café/lounge.

Marla from Purdue Extension will join us to introduce herself at our first gathering on May 4th.

Coffee will be provided, and all are welcome!


Library Garage Sale

Furniture, holiday items, craft materials, electronics, DVDs, and lots of odds & ends will be on sale at the library during our big garage sale on Saturday, May 7th!
The sale starts at 10:00 and will be happening at the same time as Art in the Park. Walk up the hill from the celebrations at the artesian well and see what treasures you can find at the library!

Free Comic Book Day

Saturday, May 7th, is Free Comic Book Day!

Stop in anytime during library hours to pick up a free comic book.

We have comic books for all ages, along with some neat FCBD swag!

While you’re here, check out the library’s extensive graphic novel collection, too.

Mental Health Month 2022

May is Mental Health Month.

While 1 in 5 people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, everyone faces challenges in life that can impact their mental health.

The library will have free Mental Health Kits available throughout the month – stop in to pick one up.

Introduction to Local History Resources

During Preservation Week, we recognize the importance of properly preserving and caring for items that hold personal meaning and invaluable information.

At our Introduction to Local History Resources sessions, resident expert Lynda Irving will give a tour of the Galbreath Room, the library’s new local history area, and show you how to use our digital microfilm reader.

One-on-One Online Banking Assistance

Money Smart Week is an annual program that aims to help people better manage their personal finances.

This year we are celebrating Money Smart Week from April 17th to 23rd.

As part of Money Smart Week, we are offering one-on-one meetings with representatives from several local banks to help you Learn About Online Banking.

To schedule your free appointment, fill out the form here:



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