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December Murder at the Library

On Wednesday December 2 at 7:00 p.m. hear Author Stuart Turton talk about his murder mystery novel, “The Devil and the Dark Water”.  Copies of his book are available in… Read More

Middlebury Candy Madness: We have a winner!

After four rounds of voting for the Middlebury community’s favorite candy, we have an answer.  Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup was the overwhelming winner.  And for those who have a peanut… Read More

In-Depth Resources

Explore a wide variety of topics including: Pandemics, The Gun Debate, Nations of the World, Treaties, Working Americans through the decades, the Value of a Dollar, Privacy Rights, Immigration, the… Read More

Lego Club on Zoom

We are having Lego Club via Zoom on Tuesdays, November 3 & December 1 from 4-5 pm.   This is an informal way to get together and share what we’ve built… Read More

Looking for Middlebury Groups and Businesses

We are looking for Middlebury Groups and Businesses who want to participate in our drive thru “Trunk or Treat” on October 31 from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm. Call Beth… Read More

October Murder at the Library

On October 28 at 7 PM, Author Caroline B. Cooney talks about her book, “Before She Was Helen”.   Electronic copies are available in different formats, hard copies are at the… Read More

Story Time on Zoom

Storytime is now for the whole family via Zoom on Wednesdays at 10:00 am. This is open to all families who are at home and wanting to hear good stories. … Read More

Indiana Second District

Need help with a  federal agency? A representative from Congresswoman Jackie Walorski’s office will be at the library on Friday, October 9 from 1:00 – 2:30 pm to assist with… Read More

Crafts-To-Go Kits for Kids

Pick up a different Craft-To-Go kit each week in the Children’s Dept. We have a special kit for Preschool kids and another for our School Age friends.  Please limit them… Read More

Let’s Talk About It on Zoom

Join our lecture/book discussion series (held over from Spring) on the French Revolution.  The series will be held on Tuesdays this fall.  IUSB’s Lisa Fethergill Zwicker lectures on the next… Read More

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