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.
Jazz up your living space! Bring your established plants or plant cuttings to leave for someone else to take home. While you’re here, pick a new plant for yourself! Please make sure all plants are healthy, in an easily transportable container, and meant for an indoor environment. All ages.
Join us as we create a safe space to discuss books written by and for LGBTQ+ individuals. In January and February. we'll discuss Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer. Participants can choose to join the Sunday sessions from 1:30–3 PM or the Monday sessions from 6–7:30 PM. Age 16 and up. Please register for the Zoom link and book by emailing Linds Badger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A partnership between Middle Way House and the Library.
Bring a book to read at Friendly Beasts Cider Company (222 W. Second Street)! A librarian will be on hand to provide recommendations or lend you something new! You can also sign up for a free library card and learn how to use digital library resources. Age 21 & up.
A partnership between Friendly Beasts Cider Company and the Library.
Get to know the students behind the music during this tuneful afternoon as IU Jacobs School of Music students perform a mix of engaging music such as classical, jazz, and other genres from around the globe! All ages. Drop in.