~Tina Meerzo, Head of Circulation, Main Library
Come celebrate National Library Week with us at Elkhart Public Library April 15-19. Every time you visit the Library this week, enter a drawing to win one of the prizes to be given away daily. During this week, we encourage you to think about all the things available at your library.
The first National Library Week was observed in 1958 with the theme Wake Up and Read. This year’s theme is Communities Matter @ Your Library.
Why do your come to the Library? To check out the latest book in your favorite series or the newest best seller by your favorite author? To catch up on television episodes you might have missed or discover a show you have never seen? Maybe you want to use a computer or just find a quiet place to study.
Whatever your reasons for visiting the Library, the friendly staff at EPL is waiting to help you find what you are looking for. We can help you with research for science fair or another school project. Discover your family history in our genealogy section. Not sure which book to read next? We can help you find the perfect selection. Vacation season is coming soon – those long car trips are so much more enjoyable with audiobooks to listen to as you head down the road.
Taking DVDs home is a great option, but did you know the Library also shows movies? That’s right! Come watch a newly released movie and have delicious popcorn on us. Check out our Events Calendar for show times and other enjoyable activities for all ages at all Elkhart Public Library locations.
So, whether you are seeking knowledge, entertainment, peace and quiet or just a friendly face, join us at the Library. It’s a wonderful place to be. We’d love to hear why you enjoy visiting the Library.
National Library Week is sponsored by the American Library Association.