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  • Broadway Art Show 2022

    Broadway Art Show Patron of the Arts Reception

    July 29th from 5 pm to 8 pm

    Individuals, businesses, and civic organizations become Art Patrons by pledging to spend a minimum of $50 at the Broadway Art Show. Should your business or organization choose to be an Art Patron you will receive publicity for your pledge in addition to obtaining beautiful artwork. If you are unable to attend the Broadway Art Show this year, please consider making a donation towards supporting a new accessibility ramp.

    Broadway Art Show (open to the public)

    July 30th from 9 am to 4 pm

    The Broadway Art Show is a fundraiser for the library to support funding building and grounds projects. Thirty percent of sales from the Broadway Art Show will support adding a new accessibility ramp at the front entrance of the library. This ramp will provide the assistance our patrons need in accessing the library.

    For more information click here!

  • Curbside Service

    Would you like to pick up materials without coming in the library? Use our Curbside Service to request up to 10 items for curbside pick up.

    You can browse our online catalog and see what materials we have available to borrow. Contact the library to reserve your items and receive a pick up time at 574-583-2665 and 574-583-2665 ext 3312.

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  • Now Hiring

    The Library is now hiring! We are looking for a full-time Adult Services Manager. There are educational and experience requirements for the position, which you can view on the Employment page.

    The Employment page includes information on the job opening with a link to the full job description. For further details and to apply, visit the Employment page.

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  • It's Our Shot, Hoosiers

    Who is eligible and where can I receive the vaccine? The COVID-19 vaccine has arrived in Indiana. Any Hoosier age 5 and older is now eligible to schedule a vaccination appointment. If you are a first responder or work/volunteer in a healthcare facility you can receive the vaccine.

    You can visit the Indiana State website to read the eligibility requirements, information on the COVID-19 vaccine, and find a location to receive the vaccine.

    Indiana State Vaccine Information

    Order at-home Covid-19 tests here

  • Wowbrary

    Would you like to be among the first to know what new books, DVDs, and CDs have been added to the Monticello Public Library collection? Sign-up using your email to receive weekly newsletters about new materials.

    From this newsletter, you can explore the variety of genres and then be directed to the library's catalog to place a hold on the item.

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    • Exciting News in time for Summer Reading! No More Overdue Fines!

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      The Monticello-Union Township Public Library is pleased to share exciting news in time for summer reading. The library’s board of trustees approved to eliminate late fees on materials for all ages. Patrons will no longer be charged overdue fines for borrowed materials. Fines for lost, damaged and replacement materials will remain. As a welcoming place for all, our mission and goal is to increase access and remove barriers that keep patrons from using the library. By eliminating the overdue fine, we want to encourage patrons to come visit the library not only for our summer reading program but for everyday use. 

      In other exciting news, join us this summer as we kickoff the 2022 summer reading program, “Oceans of Possibilities.” We invite readers of all ages to dive deep and earn prizes. The summer reading program will begin June 1st and end July 15th. Get signed up and come to our first big program of the summer on Wednesday, June 1st from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Enjoy live music from the 50s and 60s from rock ‘n roll band The Moon Cats. Bring the family and your lawn chairs to enjoy the music, games, and face painting on our south lawn. There will be tasty snow cones, cotton candy, and popcorn from our friends at Alliance Bank. 

      We will feature a new easy to use reading challenges application called Beanstack. Use this new app to sign up and log reading for the summer! Complete the reading challenge for summer and earn a completion prize and enter tickets for the grand prize drawings. Prizes are awarded for all ages. Paper copies of the registration and summer reading log will be available for those who prefer this format. 

      Seas the possibilities this summer at the library! Like and follow us on Facebook and Instagram to receive updates on events. Download the full listing of adult and youth services events.

      Join us to receive information about mental health, discuss warning signs and symptoms of mental illness, and ask questions to the agencies and organizations attending the mental health fair. We will have a special presentation at 2 pm to discuss the history of mental illness: present, past and future presented by Mental Health America CEO Brandi Christiansen.



      Brandi Christiansen is the CEO of Mental Health America and has spent her professional career advocating to improve the lives of those affected by mental health and substance use disorders. Brandi's own experiences have shaped her drive to confront the discrimination embedded in social stigma and the institutionalized policies that reinforce the uninformed beliefs that mental illness is different from other diseases.

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    Exciting News in time for Summer Reading! No More Overdue Fines!

    Summer Reading 22 Kick Off Fb Cover

    The Monticello-Union Township Public Library is pleased to share exciting news in time for summer reading. The library’s board of trustees approved to eliminate late fees on materials for all ages. Patrons will no longer be charged overdue fines for borrowed materials. Fines for lost, damaged and replacement materials will remain. As a welcoming place for all, our mission and goal is to increase access and remove barriers that keep patrons from using the library. By eliminating the overdue fine, we want to encourage patrons to come visit the library not only for our summer reading program but for everyday use. 

    In other exciting news, join us this summer as we kickoff the 2022 summer reading program, “Oceans of Possibilities.” We invite readers of all ages to dive deep and earn prizes. The summer reading program will begin June 1st and end July 15th. Get signed up and come to our first big program of the summer on Wednesday, June 1st from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Enjoy live music from the 50s and 60s from rock ‘n roll band The Moon Cats. Bring the family and your lawn chairs to enjoy the music, games, and face painting on our south lawn. There will be tasty snow cones, cotton candy, and popcorn from our friends at Alliance Bank. 

    We will feature a new easy to use reading challenges application called Beanstack. Use this new app to sign up and log reading for the summer! Complete the reading challenge for summer and earn a completion prize and enter tickets for the grand prize drawings. Prizes are awarded for all ages. Paper copies of the registration and summer reading log will be available for those who prefer this format. 

    Seas the possibilities this summer at the library! Like and follow us on Facebook and Instagram to receive updates on events. Download the full listing of adult and youth services events.

    Join us to receive information about mental health, discuss warning signs and symptoms of mental illness, and ask questions to the agencies and organizations attending the mental health fair. We will have a special presentation at 2 pm to discuss the history of mental illness: present, past and future presented by Mental Health America CEO Brandi Christiansen.



    Brandi Christiansen is the CEO of Mental Health America and has spent her professional career advocating to improve the lives of those affected by mental health and substance use disorders. Brandi's own experiences have shaped her drive to confront the discrimination embedded in social stigma and the institutionalized policies that reinforce the uninformed beliefs that mental illness is different from other diseases.

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