We’re kicking off the Summer Reading Program with a Pinterest craft that’s out of this world! Thursday, May 30 at 6pm Free to attend, donations welcome Registration required, click here to sign up by Monday, May 27
Head over to our Facebook page and take this poll for May’s Pinterest craft!
We’re partnering with Blue Moon Comics to bring FREE comics to you on Saturday, May 4! Stop by the library between 11am and 3pm to get free comic books!
There will be NO storytimes on Tuesday, May 14. You can catch Mother Goose on the Loose and Preschool Storytime at 10:30am and 11:15am on Thursday, May 16.
ATTENTION SUPERHEROES AND SUPER MOMS: You’re invited to our first-ever Superhero Ball! Moms and their sons ages 10 and under can come dressed as their alter-egos for stories, games, and activities. More info and registration coming soon!
Join us on Tuesday, April 16 at 10:30am for Mother Goose on the Loose followed by Preschool Storytime at 11:15am! We’re reading Easter stories, making crafts, and doing an egg scavenger hunt!
Registration for the 2019 Summer Reading Program “A Universe of Stories” opens Tuesday, May 21! The SRP is free and open to all ages. Ages 18 and up: BINGO reading challenge Complete up to 3 BINGO cards for 3 drawing entries & 1 free book Ages 17 and under: Set …
Do you love bees? Are you interested in harvesting your own honey? OPL is teaming up with local beekeeper Charles to start a new monthly program on beekeeping! Join us on Tuesday, April 30 at 5pm to learn the details of this new and exciting program. Free Registration required, click here to …
Join us on Tuesday, April 2 for garden Preschool Storytime! We’re reading Joanna Gaines’ newest book, “We Are the Gardeners,” making a flower garden craft, and planting zinnias! 11:15am Ages 3-6
Have cool local history or genealogical documents floating around your attic? Are you worried about preserving old family photos stored in a tub in your garage? Want to share your family story with other people in Indiana? Join us on Tuesday, April 23 at 6pm for our first Local History …