Escape the Library

Join us for a Mr. Lemoncello’s-style escape room on Wednesday, June 27, starting at 6pm. You’ll have 15 minutes to use your knowledge of the library to solve puzzles and escape!

For ages 6 and up. Families welcome. Please register each member of your family individually.

Maximum of 10 people in each time slot.

6, 6:20, & 6:40pm: ages 6-11/families with ages 6-11
6pm: https://bit.ly/2kFpbIW
6:20pm: https://bit.ly/2sH7Mn1
6:40pm: https://bit.ly/2JddlAx

7, 7:20, & 7:40pm: ages 11-18/families with ages 11-18
7pm: https://bit.ly/2J7hgPc
7:20pm: https://bit.ly/2Jo9TX2
7:40pm: https://bit.ly/2J4l3AR

More times can be added as needed.

Free, but your donations help the library rock this summer!

Happy Summer Reading!

Reminder about our summer technology and program rules at the library:

Youth ages 17 and under may use the library’s computers with signed permission form from their parent/guardian. There is a one hour time limit for computer use, and youth must sign in at the circulation desk. We also have sign in sheets for our iPads and Wii, with a one hour time limit on each. Youth may read to earn extra time on the technology.

If your child is at the library during a program, they are expected to participate in the program. Waiting outside on the sidewalk until the program is over will not be allowed. 

Summer Reading Program Sign Up

The 2018 SRP sign up starts on May 21!

How the Summer Reading Program works:

  • Set your reading goal, by number of books or hours read
  • Goals may be reset once if they are met before SRP ends
  • Log your progress on Fridays & get a prize
  • Get a book for meeting your halfway & final goals
  • Halfway date is 07.04, log your halfway goal at the library on 07.05
  • Receive one additional book if you reset & meet your new goal
  • Enter your name in the grand prize drawing when you reach your halfway & final goals
  • Additional entry in the grand prize drawing when you read books about music, geology, and libraries!
  • Receive a drawing entry for every library program you attend
  • Get a prize when you turn in June’s & July’s reading progress calendars
  • Winners will be announced August 4 during the Street Festival

Lafayette Symphony Orchestra Cushion Concert

Violinist Karen Isaacs of the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra will be performing at the Otterbein Public Library on Monday, June 4 at 1pm!

From the website:
The LSO’s Cushion Concerts are interactive, kid-friendly performances in your library, recreational center, or daycare. For these events, an LSO musician shares music with your youngest library patrons, engaging them with creative stories, music history, explanations of instrument physics, or examples of music from around the world. Each Cushion Concert is unique. Learn about the harp, the violin, the horn, instruments of the percussion section, and more in a program designed just for you.