The Huntington City-Township Public Library is a public library serving the residents of the City of Huntington, Huntington Township, and the town of Markle in northeast Indiana.

Tuesday Tip: Use our databases for test prep, scholarship searching, career guidance, and more

Continuing on our education theme with Tuesday Tips, this week we’re showcasing a couple of our databases that help with test preparations and generally furthering your education! If you’re studying for tests such as the GRE, SAT, ACT, Advanced Placement, or even the US Citizenship Test, the Gale Testing & Education Reference Center‘s here to…

Tuesday Tip: Take free online courses with your library card and our new online database, Gale Courses

We’ve added a new online database to our arsenal – Gale Courses! Gale Courses offers interactive, instructor-led online courses in a variety of topics, including Career Training. These courses are free with your Huntington City-Township Public Library card. Courses are six weeks long and new sessions begin every month. Instructor-Led Courses feature professional development and…

Learn to keep your party on budget with Huntington Library’s Party Trays that Don’t Break the Bank session

Throwing a party can be fun, but it’s often costly — especially providing the food. But it doesn’t have to be! Join Linda Smith, library Reference Staff member and party planner extraordinaire, as she hosts Party Trays that Don’t Break the Bank at 11am on Saturday, April 25th. She’ll walk participants through how to shop…

Get your poem published in the Indiana Bicentennial “Birthday Book” by entering the Huntington County-themed poetry contest

To celebrate Indiana’s Bicentennial, the Indiana Bicentennial Commission is helping Brick Street Poetry, Inc. create a “birthday book.” The book will contain poems featuring Indiana’s 92 counties, including Huntington. The Brick Street Poetry, Inc. board will hold a poetry contest for each county so that residents can write and submit the poetry themselves for a…