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 …
Join us for lunch every week day at noon! Food Finders is sponsoring our free summer lunch, available to ages 18 and younger.
***Coco will be shown in the library tonight (June 1) at 9pm. Bring a friend!*** Our next movie in the park will be Friday, June 1 at sundown! We’re watching Disney/Pixar’s award-winning Coco! Popcorn will be provided by Farmers & Merchants Bank Free All ages
Genealogy Club is meeting Monday, June 4 at 6pm. Start or continue your family history search at the Otterbein Public Library! Free Registration required. We have 10 computers available, and you’re welcome to bring your own and use our wifi.
Join us for a community discussion of Ben Franklin’s virtues, and your aspirations, on Wednesday, June 20 at 6pm. Snacks No registration required
The library will be closed Monday, May 28, in observance of Memorial Day+
We are so very thankful to Otterbein UMC Otterbein Indiana for allowing us to use their space to bring Sheltered Reality back to the community on May 17! Thank you to Steve and the drummers, and to the amazing Benton County community who attended!
Our last Homeschool Book Club meeting before the summer is Thursday, May 24 at 1pm! HBC is free and open to all homeschoolers. This month we’re reading:
Join our online book club today! Go to facebook.com/groups/OPLBookClub and click the “join” button to participate in monthly book discussions. Our first book is Waves of Mercy, by Lynn Austin. Stop by the library to request your copy today, and join the discussion thread on June 1st.
Sheltered Reality drumline will be performing at Otterbein United Methodist Church on Thursday, May 17 at 6:30pm. All Benton County students and parents are encouraged to attend. Summer Reading Program sign up starts Monday, May 21! This year’s theme is “Libraries Rock!” and we’re exploring music, sound, geology, and reading …