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Due Dates Extended

Don't worry about things like overdue books right now!  Library materials do not need to be returned until we resume our normal level of library service.

Any physical materials currently checked out will have their due dates extended until the end of our elevated response to the coronavirus.  Right now this is set for May 1st June 1st, although this may be extended as the coronavirus situation evolves.

Our book drops are currently closed, as construction is taking place in those locations.  Please hold on to your materials for the time being.

Library Events Suspended

All upcoming in-person events at the library have been suspended as part of our response to the current coronavirus outbreak.

Regular recurring programs will resume once the library returns to standard services.  We will do our best to reschedule canceled events as circumstances allow.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page and our website – we'll let you know when regular library programs resume.

Children at the Library

Children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver aged 18 or older when visiting the library during our elevated response to the coronavirus outbreak.

We enjoy having children at the library and believe that the library is a great place for kids to learn, play, and grow.  The decision to limit library visits by unattended children was a difficult one and was not taken lightly.

Curbside Delivery

The library building may be closed, but we’re still working for you!  On Tuesday, March 17, we're starting a new service: curbside delivery.

If you’d like certain books, movies, magazines, etc., reserve them online at https://catalog.pulaskicounty.lib.in.us/WebOpac/, or give us a call at 946-3432.  We’ll be here during regular library hours to take your calls.

PCPL Coronavirus Preparedness

The library is currently monitoring the development of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Indiana. We take the safety of our community very seriously. We have been in communication with the Pulaski County Health Department and are monitoring daily updates from the Indiana Department of Health and the CDC.

CANCELED: History of IU

Our "History of IU" event has been canceled.  Due to travel restrictions put in place by Indiana University in response to the novel coronavirus, Dr. Capshew will not be able to come to the library to present this program.  Sorry to everyone who was interested!

History of Indiana University

NOTE: This event has been canceled.  Due to travel restrictions put in place by Indiana University in response to the novel coronavirus, Dr. Capshew will not be able to come to the library to present this program.

 

This year marks the 200th anniversary of Indiana University.

James Capshew, IU Historian, will visit the library on Saturday, March 14th at 11:00 to discuss the people, places, and traditions that have made IU what it is over the years.

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