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Celebrate Women's History

Brave. Strong. Persistent. Read, watch, or listen to fascinating stories about American women changemakers for adults, teens & kids.

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2021 Meet the Artists Virtual Exhibit & Programs

Join us for a month-long virtual extravaganza featuring music, drumming, artist profiles and workshops, and of course, the ever-popular fashion show.

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2021 Meet the Artists Virtual Exhibit & Programs

Your Library Is Now Late Fine Free & Old Fines Cleared

Why? Because we don't want late fines to stop our community from using all the awesome resources and services that The Library has to offer!

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Your Library Is Now Late Fine Free & Old Fines Cleared

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Out of an abundance of caution due to Covid-19, Library branches may close without notice or have adjusted services due to cleaning or staffing.

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After School PlayDate: Kid's Coding Club

After School PlayDate: Kid's Coding Club

Library Services Center

Kids and teens, ages 8 to 18, are invited to join the Learning Curve online to learn about Scratch programming language and work on a coding project. The emphasis will be working on different long-term Scratch projects, whether by themselves or with a partner and socializing with other attendees.

LIVE Virtual Story Time

LIVE Virtual Story Time

Library Services Center

Preschoolers and their families are invited for an online story time presented by children's librarians and staff from The Indianapolis Public Library. This program will be led by Mollie Beaumont from the Central Branch.

Amateur Syrup-Making

Amateur Syrup-Making

Library Services Center

Join IndyPL Librarian and Master Gardener Anika Williams in a short demonstration of how to tap a tree and harvest sap to make syrup. This is a fun activity for families with young children but does require some simple supplies and basic know-how.

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