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New Glendale Branch in 2022

We are officially working toward a new Glendale branch - and need your input!

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New Glendale Branch in 2022

Read Right Now: Racial Equity

No wait e-books, audiobooks, and streaming movies about racial equity are available now.

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Read Right Now: Racial Equity

Libraries Reopened

All locations except Lawrence are open, with some restrictions. Curbside remains available.

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Libraries Reopened

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Beech Grove Chatterbooks Online Book Discussion

Beech Grove Chatterbooks Online Book Discussion

Library Services Center

Adults are invited for this online book discussion. This event is being held as an online meeting/webinar. Those who are registered will be emailed login instructions approximately 24 hours before the event.

After School Play Date: Kid’s Coding Club

After School Play Date: Kid’s Coding Club

Library Services Center

Kids ages 8 and older and teens can join the Learning Curve online to learn about the Scratch programming language and work on a coding project. The emphasis will be on working on different long-term Scratch projects, whether by oneself 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.

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