Local art, purse make & take craft for teens, and candymaking for giftgiving workshop among upcoming opportunities offered by Huntington Library

Did you know you could check out art prints with your library card? It’s true! And now you can not only check out art prints, but original art by Indiana artists as well. The Huntington Library is proud to add 8 original pieces of art—ranging from paintings to photographs and papercraft—to the collection. The art…

Ghost hunters, pumpkin decorating, & urban legends among Halloween programs at Huntington, Markle Libraries

October will be a spooky, activity-filled month at the Huntington and Markle Libraries. Get ready for the fall season by learning about Halloween folklore and urban legends at the Huntington Library on Thursday, October 8th. From 6-7pm, Linda Urschel, Professor of English at Huntington University, will talk about the beliefs, traditions, and urban tales surrounding…

April Fools’ Day party, bookmark & bookstacking contests for children & teens kick off April events at Huntington, Markle Libraries

April is packed with exciting parties and contests for children and teens at the Huntington and Markle libraries. On April 1st at 6:30pm, kids grades 1-6 are invited to our April Fools’ Day party at the Huntington Library! Wear your clothes inside out or don’t match, wear different socks on each foot, bring your favorite…

Celebrate Pi Day with pie judging contest, games and crafts for the whole family at Huntington, Markle Libraries

Pi isn’t that delicious dessert often filled with fruit, chocolate, or nuts, but we think it’s just as great. Pi is the mathematical ratio of a circle’s circumference in relation to its diameter, and is often represented with either the Greek letter “π” or its full name “Pi”. While pi’s decimal point never ends, it’s…