Thank you for serving our country! All November, in our gallery in the Genealogy Dept., we will be honoring our veterans for their service. Check out the pictures of those who served. If you are a veteran or know someone who is, please bring pictures into the Genealogy and History Department and let us honor you this Veteran’s Day! We will copy the pictures and give them right back. At the end of the month, you can have the copies that we have made for you or we will add them to our family files.
This is a book group geared toward those in 6th-8th grades. We’ll talk about on November 11 at 4pm (…and maybe talk about some other books that you like too!).
Learning happens during block play! Join us for guided block play after story time on Tues., Nov. 12 at 10:45am. Kids love to carry, move, touch, hold, drop, and build with blocks. Let them have fun with us making bridges, creating patterns, and building houses and structures with other children.
You are welcome to join us at the Friends of the Library meeting! (We love new Friends!) The Friends help the library with special projects, events, and the Friends of the Library used bookstore. Meetings are held in the library's board room located behind the main circulation desk.
Come and collage with us! Bring an assortment of photographs (duplicates or we can make copies!) and create a memorable gift for this holiday season. All ages are welcome! FREE. Supervision required for kids under 13. All other supplies will be provided. To reserve a spot …or if you have any questions, contact us at (765) 818-1718 or email@example.com.
This is a book group geared toward those in 3rd-5th grades. We meet on the third Thursday of each month in the youth department! We’ll talk about Firegirl by Tony Abbott on November 21 at 4pm (…and maybe talk about some other books that you like too!).
Anniversary Open House! The Velma Wortman Morristown Branch is celebrating its five year anniversary this November! Stop by between 9am-5pm on Sat., November 23 for refreshments, crafts, and the Grand Opening of our newly renovated Teen Space, thanks to a grant from the Blue River Community Foundation.
This club is exclusively for high school students! We will meet at the library’s teen space on Thurs., November 14 at 5pm. This month we will talk about the science fiction book genre. Contact Dustin Jones for more details at 317-398-7121 ext. 244 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kids, get ready to Jingle and Mingle with Kris Kringle and special guests, the Roz Puppets!! Santa and Mrs. Claus will be at the library on Tues., Dec. 3 (Puppet Show 5pm; Santa & Mrs. Claus 6pm) for our annual holiday event. This free event is a beloved tradition at the library!
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!! If you would like to be put on a waiting list, please contact Laura at email@example.com or 317-398-7121 ext. 241. **Celebrate 2020 with an after-hours 1920's Murder Mystery Dinner at the Shelby County Public Library on Sat., January 11. Dolls and grifters... pull out your best duds and join us for a roaring good time! GET TICKETS!
Unplug from the digital world and relax! Join us for socializing and coloring! The Color Club will meet on Sat., November 9 from 11am-1pm. No registration is required. We will provide coloring pages and colored pencils but feel free to bring your own pages and art supplies!
The Genealogy & History Dept. cordially invites members of the community who are current members of the military or veterans and their families and friends to a reception to honor their service. Gulf War veteran Edie Seiler and Iraq War veteran Judy Brown will speak. Light refreshments to follow.
Explore Wind! All ages are welcome to attend this science workshop and learn all about wind and how it moves us! If you have any questions, contact us at (765) 818-1718 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
An Indiana History Book Club meets monthly in the library's Genealogy and History Dept. of the library. INDIANA ORIGINALS: HOOSIER HEROES & HEROINES by Ray E. Boomhower will be discussed in November
Join Monica from Twin Oaks Flow for a special yoga story time. Wear comfy clothes, and let's get flexible! This story time is best suited for ages 3-5, but older or younger siblings (and parents!) are welcome to attend.
Are you beginning an ancestry project and need help? All ages are welcome to come to the department to learn how to trace their ancestry! A workshop is held on the last Wednesday of every month. This workshop will be "Using 'Find a Grave.'"