Less stress. Help for families. Energizing a love of reading. In February 2022, Elkhart Public Library went fine free. The reason? Everyone should have access to books and resources, and […]
The Booker T. Washington Community Center closed its doors in February 1956. It took just over 34 years for ground to break on something to replace it. But the couple […]
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 […]
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 […]
A brigade of men in light-colored suits moved confidently on the sidewalk leading to the Elkhart County Courthouse. In the middle of this who’s who of local lawyers was the […]
The Arch was memorable, costly and criticized as a short-lived 1960s Main Street attraction.
A KKK grand dragon wielded great political power in 1920s Indiana. But one man made sure he knew he wasn't welcome in Elkhart.
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. […]
Elkhart Public Library has made searching for local history and paying for research easier than ever with the addition of a shopping cart and PayPal payment features to our website. […]