Elkhart Public Library Archives
Growing up as the son of pastors in Elkhart, Sam Que didn’t hear a wide variety of music. “I listened to church music,” he says with a laugh. And while […]
Cameras, lights, wires and microphones fill the lounge area at the Dunlap Branch one early summer morning. A film crew for Siemens Healthineers prepares to record their latest interview on […]
The library bookmobile was invented right here in Elkhart. A century later, it's now the vehicle for Free Books to Feed Minds.
The hotel never quite delivered on its promise, but it gave life to the city's biggest event.
Elkhart’s story is about to be told “On The Heritage Tale.” Authors, musicians and other creatives will be featured in a week-long celebration at the downtown library the week of […]
Editor’s note: This is the third part in a series documenting one parent’s approach to 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten. Part 1 can be found here Part 2 can be found here […]
Meet Al and Helen Free. They raised six kids, committed themselves to educating youth, served the community, and changed the world.
We don’t want to repeat 2020, but it will be a year that Elkhart Public Library can look back on and feel pride in the services we offered the community. […]
Role model, author, leader - Ben Barnes was a powerful and caring presence for Elkhart