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Construction Update: The Road to Reopening

Day by day we see progress being made on our construction project.  Just the other day we peeked in and saw flooring being laid in the renovated Reading Room and windows going up in our new Teen Room.

Some books had to be boxed up and taken off of shelves for work to be done.  We’ve been working during the evenings once construction is done for the day to put those books back where they belong and get them back into circulation!

Curbside Delivery

The library building may be closed, but we’re still working for you!  Get your library items via curbside delivery.

With curbside delivery, you can reserve items by phone (946-3432) or online (

In addition to regular library materials like books, magazines, and DVDs, you can also pick up a free puzzle via curbside delivery – just ask!

Banned Books Week 2020

Celebrate your freedom to read during Banned Books Week, September 27th–October 3rd!

Banned Books Week is an annual event that spotlights current and historical attempts to censor books in libraries and schools.

This year’s Banned Books Week theme is “Censorship is a Dead End. Find Your Freedom to Read.” Censorship limits exploration and creates barriers to access information. The path toward the freedom to read starts at the library.

2020 Banned Book

This year's title for our Banned Book Discussion is The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood.  Request your free copy here:

Banned Books Week runs from September 27th to October 3rd.  During Banned Books Week, we highlight instances where books have been challenged or banned and affirm our commitment to ensuring access to any material a person chooses to read.

Suffragist Activity Kits

We’re celebrating the 100th anniversary of women voting in Indiana! Help us celebrate this momentous anniversary by requesting a Suffragist Activity Kit. Request your kit here:

Today, women’s suffrage (the right to vote) seems like an obvious component of democracy. One hundred years ago, it was a controversial idea that even some women opposed. Championing it required courage, perseverance and organized activism.

Virtual Programming: Week of August 24th

Here’s what’s coming up at the library during the week of August 24th.  All events and activities will be posted on the library’s Facebook page.

Emoji Book Monday (10:00 a.m.) Can you figure out the book titles using emojis as clues?

Tour Tuesday: New Orleans (4:00 p.m.) Visit the sights and sounds of one of the most popular destinations in the United States.


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