The Friends of the Huntington City-Township Public Library invite the community to attend their annual Holiday Book Boutique, to be held from 9am – 4pm on Saturday, December 7th at the Main Library, 255 West Park Drive, Huntington. Items offered for sale will include very gently used books, movies, music, and other items of gift-giving…Details
Do you enjoy singing traditional carols and holiday songs? Huntington City-Township Public Library and the Altrusa Club are sponsoring a free, community Holiday Sing Along for joyful noise-makers of all ages, which begins at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, December 3rd at the Main Library, 255 West Park Drive, Huntington. A song leader and accompanist will be on hand to keep the music…Details
Huntington City-Township Public Library offers Discovery Crew programs this fall at both the Main Library in Huntington, and the Markle Branch in Markle. Discovery Crew members meet for stories and crafts, sessions last 45-60 minutes. Through books, Discovery Crew kids will explore different weekly themes and enjoy related books, crafts, games, silly songs, and activities.…Details
Registration for Fall Story Time is underway at both locations of Huntington City-Township Public Library. Weekly Story Time sessions will be offered to children ages birth – 7 years at the Main Library in Huntington on Tuesdays & Wednesdays beginning on September 17 and 18. Children ages 3 – 7 are invited to Story Time sessions on Thursdays at the Markle Branch Library beginning on September 19.
Story Time introduces the child to children’s literature and provides a group experience for the young child, while encouraging listening skills and the development of lifelong reading interests. The library incorporates the Every Child Ready To Read @ Your Library pre-reading skills into their story time programs. These six skills that children can start learning from birth are narrative skills, phonological awareness, letter knowledge, print awareness, vocabulary, and print motivation. Story Time also introduces children to many concepts on the list of Indiana’s pre-K (3 – 5 years) Academic Standards, including word recognition, fluency, vocabulary development, reading comprehension, literacy response and analysis, listening, and speaking.Details
Huntington City-Township Public Library invites movie lovers of all ages to an encore showing of The City of Ember, a science fiction/fantasy film based on the young adult novel by Jeanne DuPrau. The feature will begin promptly at 4:30 pm on Friday, August 9th at the Markle Branch, 197 E Morse Street, Markle. Bring your own snack…Details
Huntington City-Township Public Library invites everyone to the Scholastic Book Fair from June 17-21 in the Children’s Program Room at the Main Library. The book fair is jam-packed with books from over 150 publishers. Offerings will include fiction & non-fiction books for kids ages birth – 18, including popular series, activity & science books, and…Details
We’ve got Summer Reading Programs for ALL ages!
The Summer Reading Program is designed to be a motivational element in encouraging children and families to read together and to broaden their reading experiences during the summer months. Club participants of all ages may come and participate in Reading Club any time the library is open. Please remember -
- All materials are now checked out at the main circulation desk located inside the library entrance.
- Books that children wish to count for Reading Club credit need to be returned at the children’s information desk.
- Books will not count for reading club credit if they are returned in the library drop boxes.
Library, Master Gardeners present Father’s Day garden gift workshop for kids Huntington City-Township Public Library and Huntington Area Master Gardeners will present a Father’s Day make & take gardening craft workshop on Saturday, June 8th at the Main Library, 255 West Park Drive, Huntington. Kids ages 4 years to Grade 5 are invited tolisten to a gardening story,…Details
Huntington City-Township Library and Flint Springs Drama Club invite the community to a special public performance of three little plays based on fractured fairy tales: Little Red Robin, The Emperor’s New Hair, and Spiderella. This is a free event that will be held at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, March 27 in the Children’s Room at the…Details
Huntington City-Township Public Library invites students in grades 6 – 12 to visit either library location to create their own Make It & Take It Valentine Box, anytime during regular library hours from January 30 – February 28. The Library will provide the materials and directions to create and decorate the box, and candy to fill it; participants need only to bring their creativity, and are encouraged to include a valentine poem inside, which can be chosen fromDetails