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June 2022 Newsletter


Come play in the Augmented Reality Sandbox at the library!

You can move the sand around to make topographic models that change on the screen. The sandbox will be here at the library till July 1.

Thanks to Elkhart County Soil

and Water Conservation District for lending us their cool toy!


Pick up your Free Covid-19 Home Tests

at the Library

and be prepared.

Limit of 5 tests per person

America’s News 

(Elkhart Truth, Goshen News, USA Today & More)

Online access to local and national news sources, including The Elkhart Truth, 

The Goshen News, 

The South Bend Tribune, 

USA Today, and more

Articles are updated daily, and you can also find archived articles from years past. Click the blue links on the right-hand menu to access these newspapers. 

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Yak, Snack & Read

Join our summer book club!

This summer we'll be reading three books that explore the natural world and how we fit into it.

Drop by or call the library to register and pick up your book: 574-825-5601!

More about Where the Crawdads Sing

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Creativebug Craft Club

1st Thursday of the month, 6:30 p.m.

Drop in for some monthly crafting! Each month we'll tackle a different craft using video tutorials from Creativebug, an online crafting resource that the library subscribes to.

Try your hand at watercolor painting, drawing, printing, fabric crafts, and more! All supplies will be provided. This program is aimed at adults, though some crafts may be appropriate for kids or teens too.

Register for July 7 session here

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LEARN Genealogy 

1st Tuesday of the month, 6:30 p.m.

Are you interested in learning to do genealogy, but don't know how to start?

Did you take a DNA test, just for fun, but now are curious about what other things you could learn with genetic genealogy? Or, are you an experienced genealogist who would like to network with other genealogists, and assist others with ideas for breaking down brick walls? Come join us at LEARN Genealogy!

Register for July 5 session here


Forward Me Back to You

Kat is the teen jiu-jitsu champion of Northern California, but that didn't save her from assault. She and Boston high school student Ravi (adopted name Robin) travel to Robin's home country of India with a church youth group. What are they doing there? They are assisting the victims of, and learning about, global human trafficking. Kat has to learn to trust men.

Robin/Ravi is looking for his roots and answers about his bio family. Can both teens find the answers they are seeking as they help others heal from trauma? This book is written by the author of Your Bring the Distant Near.


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P: 574.825.5601 F: 574.825.5150

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