Even though our Jeffersonville branch is closed for renovations still, our Clarksville branch is open and the gardens are in full bloom! Such beauty!
Just a reminder - if you were planning on going to the Jeffersonville Township Public Library, you will need to wait until May 21 due to ongoing construction presenting safety concerns for visitors. But book drops are still open if you have a book due date coming up!
We're so glad the weather cooperated enough for the Jeffersonville Township Public Library to use the Mobile Book Tricycle! Be on the lookout for it throughout the summer around town! If you missed it, here's the story of the Book Bike: https://jefflibraryfoundation.org/…/book-bike-helps-librar…/
"National Library Week (April 7- 13) is a great time to remind yourself of all your library has to offer. Whether you check out the library in person or online, you’ll be contributing to your community." USA Today Article
Don't forget the Jeffersonville Township Public Library will be temporarily closed for construction beginning April 1, until April 9. While we wait the closure, the changes will make it seem like a brand new library, and frankly, we can't wait! Evening News & Tribune Story
Today is the last day of the Jeffersonville Township Public Library 'STEAM' Break week as families are welcome to attend the Family STEAM Day from 11-12:30 for Greater Clark County Schools students. The goal is to keep kids' brains working during their week off of school by introducing science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) concepts. The week was … Continue reading ‘STEAM’ Break Activities Available for GCCS Students
Article and Video from WLKY-32 News | March 26, 2019 CLARKSVILLE, Ind. — Jeffersonville Township Public Library is keeping kids brains running with a week full of STEAM break activities while students are on break. Organizers said students will learn important computer science and computational thinking skills through games and hands-on activities. This program is for … Continue reading ‘STEAM’ Break Activities Featured on WLKY
This original article appeared on March 23's Salon.com webpage. For many years, the Library of Congress categorized many of its books under a controversial subject heading: “Illegal aliens.” But then, on March 22, 2016, the library made a momentous decision, announcing that it was canceling the subject heading “Illegal aliens” in favor of “Noncitizens” and “Unauthorized … Continue reading Ros: The Bias Hiding in Your Library