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Reading to the Dogs!
Saturday, February 16th: 2 to 3 p.m.

There are a few spaces available to read to the dogs. If you are interested in reading to a friendly therapy pet, please contact the children's department of the library.

Registration is required by Friday, February 15, at 5:00.
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The Library is now automatically renewing your items that are overdue, provided there are no holds or you've used up you maximum number of renewals.

Of course, if you have any questions about your items, please call us @ 765.743.2261. And, remember, we no longer charge late fees!

 

We ask for your patience during the months of January and February as we adapt our Payless West book drop to the winter storms that our city is experiencing.

 

If you find the Payless Drop Box full, please use the dropbox found at Lommel Park or at Lincoln Park in West Lafayette.

 

We intend to be proactive with ALL of our library drop boxes moving forward.

 

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We are excited to be offering a series of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) programming again this spring, led by our dynamic STEM Assistant duo. Watch the Children’s page for info on programs for kids currently enrolled in grades 4-6 (or homeschool equivalent), and our Teen page for events for grades 7 – 12.

Program registration is strongly encouraged for each event. Follow the links on each page to our sign-up forms and for contact information.

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Thanks to an exciting new partnership with Purdue's Reach Out for Computer Science (ROCS) students and a grant from Tipmont REMC, we will be offering a weekly drop-in Coding Club Feb 19 - April 30 for any students currently in grades 4-12 or homeschool equivalent. Each week is an opportunity to dip your toe into a new project or continue to increase your skills under the guidance of Purdue Computer Science student! Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for questions.

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