Nearly 100 people turned out Friday, to meet author Beverly Lewis. Ms. Lewis spoke about her writing (“It is not what I do; it is who I am.”) and her new book, The Bridesmaid, answered questions– many about Amish culture, and signed copies of her books for appreciative fans.
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Stop by the Main Library Children’s Room, Young Adult Desk, Reference Desk or any Branch for assistance and information.
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Explore our Online Resources, accessible to anyone with a Resident Elkhart Public Library card. These Library-subscribed databases are credible sources of information not widely available elsewhere. For general research, try the Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. (Select the + next to Encyclopedias and choose Grolier)
In partnership with National Honor Society high school students, EPL offers homework help for students in grades K-12. Bring your homework questions or assignment, whether math, reading, science or anything else!
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Cleveland Branch - Thursdays from 4 to 7 p.m.
Osolo Branch – Thursdays from 4 to 7 p.m.
Pierre Moran Branch – Tuesdays from 4 to 7 p.m.
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The days are getting cooler, children are in school, and soon the leaves will be changing colors. It is time to say goodbye to Summer, but not before we show you a few pictures from some of our fabulous Summer Programs! Thank you to all who attended and made it a wonderful summer at the library!
Harpist at the Tea Party
Ronald McDonald at the Library
Storytelling at the Ice Cream Social