Huntington Library Heritage Days hours, decorative kite craft for children, and Silent Library game for teens

Due to the Heritage Days carnival festivities being relocated to the southern portion of Cherry Street, the Huntington Library will be closing at 5pm Wednesday, June 15th and will remain closed through the rest of the week. The Markle Branch library will be open for regular hours the entire week, as that location will not…

All are invited to brand-new Markle Branch Open House, teens to Minecraft Mondays this June

The Huntington City-Township Public Library is inviting everyone to the Open House for the brand-new Markle Branch Library. Now located at 155 West Sparks Street, the new library boasts brand new facilities, an updated and current collection in books, movies, and magazines, a meeting room, a children’s area, a branch of the Indiana Room, outdoor…

Olympic Diver to visit, Father’s Day and Bicycle License Plate crafts to take place at Huntington, Markle Libraries this June

The Huntington Library is proud to welcome Mary Beth Dunnichay, Olympic Diver on the 2008 Beijing Olympic Team, to speak at the Huntington Library Tuesday, June 14th at 5:30pm. She’ll speak all about her time at the Olympics, the training involved to get there, and other related subjects. Mary Beth became a U.S. Olympic Team…

On Your Mark, Get Set, Read for the Huntington, Markle libraries’ Summer Reading Program

The annual Summer Reading Program is bringing sports and fitness-themed programs to your summer! This year’s theme is “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read!” and the all-ages program kicks off June 6th to fill the summer with sports and fitness-themed programs and activities. The program is broken into different age groups—toddlers, children, teens, and adults—each…

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Indiana State Police to present Online Safety classes for children and adults at Huntington Library

The Youth Educator from the Indiana State Police Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) taskforce will present online safety for parents at the Huntington Library Thursday, May 19th at 6:30pm. The representative will give a presentation on the safe use of all devices for kids accessing the internet, as well as the various ways kids access…

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Huntington Library to form Teen Advisory Group, Ray Brown to visit in May

Calling all teens — the Huntington Library needs your help. The library is forming a Teen Advisory Group, where teens can come and turn ideas and interests into fun programs and events. Joining also guarantees you volunteer hours, more friends, and pizza. The Teen Advisory Group’s first meeting will be on Tuesday, May 17th from…