Decorate your walls with your favorite celebrities, their love of libraries and reading with our collection of vintage read posters. These posters were as ubiquitous in the ’90s as ‘got milk?’ campaign and acid-washed jeans. These posters have been used and loved at Elkhart Public Library but are now ready to find new homes. They […]
The Digital Library is full of amazing resources that are available anytime, even when the library buildings are not. So how do you do it? Watch this video and get a walkthrough of the Digital Library, how to use it and how to access some of our most popular resources.
The 1995 election was intense. And the campaign did not end on Election Night.
Commercial driver’s license practice tests are available for free through the Elkhart Public Library’s Digital Library. EPL cardholders can access driving-tests.org through the library’s Digital Library page on their website. There they will find a number of practices tests to use, broken down into a full-on practice test that mimics the real test by pulling […]
Elkhart Public Library locations will serve as donation sites for the Elkhart Education Foundation’s Tools for School program. Teachers in the Elkhart Community Schools system report spending an average of $1,000 of their own money on supplies and hygiene products for their students each school year, according to EEF. To combat this, the foundation set […]
Here is a short video walking you through how to place a hold on an item through our online catalog. Placing a hold is easy and fast. It allows you to pick up the item you wish to have at the library branch of your choice. Currently books, audiobooks, CDs and DVDs are available to […]
Our library locations are finally open for browsing, but not programming, however with take-home programs and virtual meetings, we’re still putting on great activities for your family. Here are the programs going on Aug. 17-22. Click on a program to register for it. Bedtime Stories – Join us at 7 p.m. Monday for a snack, […]
Gary Sosniecki, like most journalists, is naturally curious. Growing up, he knew that there was a family secret, about a death in the family years ago, the type of thing that was whispered about at holiday gatherings. “I knew that there was a death,” Gary says. “I’d overhear things at Christmas or Thanksgiving at my […]
In 2019, Elkhart residents came together at Canaan Baptist Church on the city’s south side to celebrate freedom. Today, the Juneteenth celebration will be renewed – part of a growing movement across the country to recognize the immensely important event of June 19, 1865. On that date, the delivery of the official military order freeing […]
Reading Roundtable, normally a once-a-month gathering at Cleveland, goes online Monday, April 20. Keep reading to find the link to join.