READING AT WASHINGTON CARNEGIE PUBLIC LIBRARY
A Center of Knowledge
Washington Carnegie Public Library offers a variety of free programs for the wider community. From interactive story times and author visits to educational classes and book discussions, we have activities for all ages and interests.
We offer a variety of curbside services that include: book pickup, mobile printing from a cellular device, faxing/coping documents.
For those who suffer from transportation issues or are home bound, please call 812-254-4586 and ask for Rick to arrange accommodations.
COFFEE & A CHAT
Adults are welcome to come stop in the meeting room for a cup of coffee or tea and a chat with Rick. Have a cuppa and make new friends!
OPEN STEM LAB
Wednesdays, 2:00-5:00 p.m. Grades K-12 Weekly hands-on exploration of science, technology, engineering & math with a variety of fun learning activities. These activities are self directed with supervision of the STEM Coordinator. *Children 8 and under must have parental/adult supervision. Cost is free.
STORYTIME WITH MS. ERIN
Thursday Storytime is available in person at 10:30am & 3:30pm. Ms. Erin will have fun activities, snacks, and an awesome story.
The last Saturday of each month will have a virtual storytime at 3:30pm that can be accessed via Facebook, YouTube, and the Storytime page on this website.
WORLD BOOK EBOOKS
World Book has ebooks available to every interest. View simultaneously in a classroom with students, in a small study group, or with parents/friends. Access the world through World Book.
Mon - Wed: 10am - 7pm
Thur - Fri: 10am - 5pm
Sat: 10pm - 2pm
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