With funding from a generous bequest from Marian Armstrong, The Friends of the Library proudly presents Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards. This exhibit, curated by the National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature, features 34 prints of illustrations from the award winners since 1973. These award-winning illustrations and children’s books highlight stories and figures from Black history, honoring the triumphs and struggles of African Americans throughout time. They also evoke the beautiful facets integral to the culture and fabric of our nation such as music, rhythm, and folktales. Learn more.
New English speakers practice everyday language skills in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. Learners enjoy friendly conversation, learn about daily life in the US, gain confidence, and meet new people from around the world. Masks required. Low intermediate English skills suggested. If you do not speak English, please fill out the VITAL Services form to learn about programs for beginners.
Prenatal yoga is a gentle exercise that supports your changing body's needs, builds strength, and deepens awareness of your mind, body, and connection with your baby. Masks are required. For pregnant adults. Please register.
New leads about the Underground Railroad keep us engaged with oral history. Jeannie R. Regan-Dinius, Director of Special Initiatives with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, will discuss Indiana’s role in the events, talk about documenting stories, and offer suggestions you can use in your county. Age 18 and up. Please register.
A partnership between the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and the Library.