Highlighting this year’s Summer under the Stars – Celebrating 200 Summers in Indiana theme, the library has planned numerous programs and adventures. Start exploring the rich history of your community through a countywide passport program developed by the five library systems across the county and Hamilton Tourism. Learn something new and collect a stamp for each location you visit.
At both the Fishers Library and Noblesville Libraries, the entire family can enjoy a wide variety of programs, many highlighting all the things that make Indiana special – the state fair, monarch butterflies, birds, gardens, camp outs, and more! Professor Steve will amuse and delight on June 9 at the Noblesville Library as he presents the Science of Basketball. Learn more about Hoosier critters as Animali’s Indiana Animals brings a red-tailed hawk, opossum, raccoon, skunk and map turtle for you to experience at the Fishers Library on June 9 and then the Noblesville Library on July 28. On July 29, you won’t want to miss Summer Reading Program finale events at both library buildings.
For a full listing and specific details about the library’s programs, visit their calendar of events at hepl.lib.in.us.