Jasper County Library gets IPEP safety grant
The Jasper County Public Library had received its 2019 safety grant award, according to Indiana Public Employers’ Plan Inc. officials.
University Library's Pop Shop offers tabletop games
Noting the popularity of the Gen Con event and other gaming, University Library has introduced tabletop games into its collection. Now you can check out games like you would a book from the Pop Shop on the second floor.
TURNING 100: Greentown Library celebrating anniversary with facility makeover: Director says library is the only one like it in the state
When the Greentown Public Library was first established in 1919, it was housed in a small area inside the town hall.
Community Library Offers All Kinds Of "Things"
The Pendleton Community Library had been looking to create a library of things since their reference librarian Chris Bellesis saw the library of tools in Berkeley, California.
Pioneer Grant to Reduce Library Barriers for Domestic Violence Survivors
After years of working in west coast bookstores and developing a specialty in rare books, Shannon
Bowman-Sarkisian is now studying to be a librarian at Indiana University and working as an Information Assistant at the Library.
Seed library added at BMPL
The grand opening of The Library of Seeds at Batesville Memorial Public Library was celebrated Jan. 31 with a presentation by Michigan farmer Ben Cohen.
The Library is Sparking Imaginations This Spring and Summer
The Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library (HMMPL) is all about sparking the imaginations of not just children but adults these spring and summer seasons. HMMPL is adding more services and programs to its already expansive menu after an incredibly successful 2018, a record-breaking year in fact.
Carmel Clay Public Library is So Much More Than Books
Modern-day libraries are so much more than books, digital files and databases. They are also active community centers that offer an array of services, programs and events for people of all ages. The Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL) is always looking for ways to connect the library to the Carmel community.
Mike Lunsford: 'The Big Smoke' lives on in 'The Big Read'
Indiana’s poet laureate, Adrian Matejka, told an enthusiastic audience at the annual “Big Read” kick-off party and keynote at the Vigo County Library 10 days ago that he had boxed a bit when he was younger, but added, “Something about being hit in the face didn’t appeal to me.”
The Studio provides a maker-space at Greenwood library
Being creative has never been so easy. Inside the Greenwood Public Library, people will be able to create fabric art on a loom, use pastel chalks or craft an architectural masterpiece using Keva wooden planks.
Library prepares for first Women's Expo
March is Women’s History Month and a taste of spring in the air. Those two things sparked the idea for Monticello-Union Township Adult Services Librarian Candace Wells to give a women’s expo a try in Monticello.
The Untapped Potential of Public Libraries to Help Close the Justice Gap
There are more than 16,000 public libraries in the United States, offering free public access to computers, the internet, and to trained staff equipped to help library patrons access information.
$1.25 million earmarked for broadband, library, park
One day, youngsters in the farthest, most remote corners of Indiana County will log onto the internet from their own homes and, at the same lightning-fast speeds already enjoyed for years by internet users in Indiana, do their research on state Sen. Don White’s service to the 41st District.