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  • Holiday Closing

    The Library will be closed on Veterans Day, Monday, November 12.

    Thank you to all the veterans who have served our nation.

  • Holiday Closing

    The Library will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday. The dates the library will be closed on are Wednesday, November 21, Thursday, November 22, and Friday, November 23.

    We will open back for regular operating hours on Saturday, November 24 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Storytimes

    Storytimes happening this Fall!

    Enjoy stories, finger plays, music and activities in a family, friendly, positive environment. We have storytimes for toddlers on Wednesdays and preschool storyhour on Thursdays.

    Read more about Storytimes here.

  • Wowbrary

    Would you like to know about new releases before they hit the shelves? All you need is an email to join our Wowbrary list.

    You will receive weekly emails on new releases for books, movies, and music.

    Join the Wowbrary List here

  • Genealogy 101: Two Moon Journey

    Join us on November 29 at 6 p.m. for a special genealogy program with author Peggy King Anderson.

    Peggy King Anderson will discuss her novel Two Moon Journey and discuss the history of the Trail of Death.

    Read more about Two Moon Journey.

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    November 29 at 6 p.m.

    Join us at the Library for a special Genealogy 101 on the Trail of Death. The Trail of Death involved the forced removal of the 5AF4AF87BF448.IMAGE A173279Potawatomi from central Indiana and marched across four states to Kansas. Author Peggy King Anderson will discuss the history of the Trail of Death and how it connects to her family and the new book she has wrote. In her book,Two Moon Journey, author Peggy King Anderson tells the story of a little girl's people, the Potawatomi, who were forced to leave their Twin Lakes homeland in Indiana and marched across four states to Sugar Creek, Kansas.  

    The story is based on Peggy King Anderson's husband's ancestors and it tells the tale of the journey known as the Trail of Death. Peggy will be here to talk about her book and to share information about the Potawatomi's journey. Sponsored by the Best Western Brandywine in Monticello.

    For more information, contact the Adult Department at 574-583-2665 ext. 3307 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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