70-Plus Indiana Communities Awarded Frankenstein' Grants
Indiana Humanities says more than 70 nonprofits in the state have received funding to help them participate in a statewide read of the Mary Shelley novel "Frankenstein" in 2018.
Library Takes Literacy on the Road
Schools, like libraries, have changed over the years. In and around the East Noble School District, those changes have brought these two entities closer together
More access to films coming to Plainfield Library
The popular on-demand video streaming service Kanopy is now available for free at Plainfield Public Library.
Photo gallery of children seeking adoptive families stops in Danville
The Indiana Heart Gallery is a traveling photo exhibit featuring compelling portraits of children in need of adoptive families and it will be at Danville Public Library through Jan. 2.
Anti-bullying workshop provides suggestions for student victims
Jill Summerlot and Jodi Lemon, both regional program specialists for IN*SOURCE, shared their very personal reasons for why they work so hard to eliminate bullying in Indiana schools.
Reading, relaxing at library's remodeled children's department - Patrons offer rave reviews for library's remodeled children's department
With descriptive works of welcoming, patrons of the Anderson Public Library are excited about the newly remodeled Children’s Department.
Library, task force partner up for literacy
A new partnership is being forged to maintain a program that encourages parents to read to their children.
Elkhart Public Library crochets for a cause
The Elkhart Library held its first annual crocheting program on Saturday, Nov. 4. According to the library’s website, all of the materials that are crocheted will be to help the homeless.
Carmel Library honored
The Carmel Clay Public Library has been named a 2017 Star Library by the Library Journal Index of Public Library Service.
R2-D2 ‘Star Wars Fest’ appearance at Allen County Public Library helping to show what girls can do
R2-D2’s dome twirled around as “The Imperial March” came from him Sunday afternoon at the Allen County Public Library’s “Star Wars Fest.”
Indianapolis Public Library installs life-saving devices following CBS4 report
All of the city's libraries have new life-saving devices, following a CBS4 Problem Solvers investigation.
New Albany-Floyd County Public Library to participate in Beanstack Winter Reading Challenge
Billionaire investor and “Shark Tank” personality Mark Cuban is sponsoring Beanstack’s inaugural Winter Reading Challenge in support of local libraries. Cuban became an investor in Zoobean, Beanstack’s parent company, after the founders impressed him with their vision on “Shark Tank” in 2013. The New Albany-Floyd County Public Library is one of only three libraries in the state of Indiana participating in the challenge, and the only participating library in southern Indiana.