2424 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Street
Indianapolis, IN 46208
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Flanner House Branch
Meet the Branch Manager
Hello, I am Denyce Malone, manager of Flanner House Branch. One of my favorite books is I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou. I love picture books and enjoy sharing them with children. I also enjoy cross stitching and shopping for bargains. Come by the Flanner House Library and I will be happy to assist you with selecting materials to read, watch or listen to.
About Flanner House Branch
IndyPL has been associated with the Flanner House social services agency for many years, in cooperation with the Library Committee of the Flanner House Board of Directors.
Originally a library station was opened in Lockfield Gardens in 1967. When this building closed, a library was included in the Flanner House building at 2110 North Illinois Street.
In the fall of 1979, the Flanner House organization and the Flanner House Branch Library moved to their present home, the Flanner House Community Center at 2424 Northwestern Ave., now renamed Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Street. The 3,000 square-foot Flanner House Branch Library opened in the new multi-service center on October 29, 1979, the twenty-third branch in the IndyPL system, and the first to be opened in a multi-service complex.
Branch Amenities & Services
13 - Public Computers with Internet access and Microsoft Office
Early Literacy Stations
Free Wireless Internet Access
Color Printing Services
Mobile Printing Service
Color Copy Machine(s)
Meeting Room(s) Available for Public Reservation
Walk-up book return
Credit Cards Accepted for Fines, Fees and Services