OUR LATEST NEWSLETTER
Our latest edition of The Bookmark, our library newsletter, is now available. Look for paper copies at the circulation desk, youth services desk, and adult information desk, as well as in the Young Adult Zone (YAZ) or on our handout displays throughout the library.
If you prefer an online edition, please click the graphic below.
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The library newsletter is written and edited by Miss Nora, youth services assistant & cataloger.
Also feel free to check our online calendar for details about upcoming library events and activities.
FALL & WINTER YOUTH PROGRAMS
Click the logos below to see a list of our youth services (children’s) programs for Fall & Winter 2013.
Fall/Winter 2013 Programs for Babies & Preschoolers (& Caregivers)
Fall/Winter 2013 Family Programs (For All Ages)
Fall 2013 Homeschool Programs
FALL TEEN PROGRAMS
Click the logo below to see our schedule for fall teen programs at the library.
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COMPUTER CLASSES FOR SENIORS
For those age 50 or older, ComputerAged.org offers beginner and advanced computer classes in the library instructional computer mini-lab. Call (317) 855-8734 to register or for more information.
OUR PROGRAM GURUS
Please feel free to contact the following library staff for details about upcoming programs, or to share ideas for new programs.
- Casey O’Leary, M.L.S., MPL director of youth services
- Michelle Peltier, MPL early literacy specialist
- Meghan Adams, MPL teen services & adult programs coordinator
You may reach them by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (317) 831-7323.
ADULT PROGRAM REGISTRATION
Register for adult programs using our online calendar or call (317) 831-7323.
Beginning in September, youth services programs (children and teens) no longer require advance registration, although you should read this handout for attendance details.
WHAT TYPES OF PROGRAMS DO WE OFFER?
Take a peek at our online calendar to learn about our many programs.