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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…

Annual Friends Spring Used Book Sale, Vintage Postcard Appraisal Workshop wrap up April at Huntington Library

April is soon upon us, which means the Huntington City-Township Public Library’s annual Friends of the Library Used Book Sale is almost here! Join us Friday and Saturday, April 29th & 30th, for the annual sale, where used books donated to the library are sold for a fraction of their retail cost. The sale runs…

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz to join Huntington Library in Family Learning Open House April 14th

The Huntington Library will proudly host Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction, Glenda Ritz. She will visit the Huntington City-Township Public Library Thursday, April 14th at 6pm, when the library will hold a Family Learning Open House. She will read a story and follow it with a meet and greet. There will also be various stations…

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Huntington Library to welcome Amish Fiction writer Vannetta Chapman for author visit, book signing on April 20th

The Huntington Library is happy to welcome Vannetta Chapman for an author talk and visit Wednesday, April 20th at 9:30am. She is the author of six different book series, ranging from Amish romance to mystery to suspense – with two series set in Shipshewana, Indiana. In addition to her books, she has published over one…

Cooking with Crockpots, Cards & Cookies some of Huntington Library’s upcoming programs

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Stop by the Huntington Library Thursday, February 4th from 5-7pm for a Cards & Cookies session. Decorate sugar cookies and hand-craft your very own Valentine’s Day cards, ready to be given to that special someone! Supplies and cookies will be provided, but everyone is welcome to bring their…

Learn to balance your budget, paint with Where Does Your Money Go? and Painting 101 workshops at Huntington Library

If you always feel like your income is shrinking and your bills are growing, the Where Does Your Money Go? workshop is for you! Led by Karen Hinshaw of the Huntington County Purdue Extension Office, this workshop covers how spending money today will affect your future spending, how to take control of your money, how…

Huntington Library to highlight community volunteer opportunities in January Volunteer Fair

It can often be tricky to find volunteer opportunities in the community. It frequently means going door to door, checking individual groups and agencies to see what’s available. The Huntington Library aims to make this easier by hosting a Volunteer Fair from 1-4pm Monday, January 18th. Community organizations will have tables set up, allowing those…

Purdue Extension Office teach you how to set S.M.A.R.T. goals, walk your way to fitness at Huntington Library in January

Have you tried to set New Year Resolutions and never been successful? Do you want to make meaningful changes in your life in 2016, if only you knew how to make them stick? Karen Hinshaw of the Purdue University Extension Office of Huntington County understands. She will hold a class Tuesday, January 5th at 6pm…