trevorw, Author at Elkhart Public Library
When Civic Plaza was built, downtown finally had its meeting spot. But the story may be ending for the looming clock tower and often-dry fountain.
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is now in our community. But parents also can use Elkhart Public Library in plenty of ways to build up the home bookshelf with free books. […]
When you share your ideas, you help Elkhart Public Library get better. Join us for one of these one-hour discussions and help us as we write our new strategic plan. […]
Downtown music all weekend long – Elkhart Jazz Fest turns 35 this year. And Elkhart Public Library will be a prime destination for music lovers. Here’s what you need to […]
Library trustees are uniquely qualified to serve the Elkhart community. Get to know more about these volunteers.
Johnson Street bridge improvements took 20 years to plan. Construction delays and political squabbles turned it into a project to forget.
The homecoming queen didn’t receive her honors, and the football crowd was subdued. Racial tensions were at a boiling point in 1969 Elkhart.
When a 19-year-old man died tragically in September 1993, the community’s heart began to beat with purpose. Rev. Duane Beck and artist Kelby Love were anxious to help.
The library bookmobile was invented right here in Elkhart. A century later, it's now the vehicle for Free Books to Feed Minds.