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
Written by Nolan Brewer Staff of the Jeffersonville Township Public Library (JTPL) would like to give a big THANK YOU to the JTPL Foundation and JTPL Friends of the Library for the purchase of a new Book Bike! We are very excited to add this new service. Think of a Book Bike as a mini … Continue reading Book Bike Helps Library Become Mobile
Report from Jeffersonville Township Public Library Youth Services Dept. on progress of Giving Tuesday STEAM Grant Written by Jennifer Harl As of Jan. 31, 2019, all items requested in the JTPL Foundation Giving Tuesday Grant proposal have been purchased and received. The grant awarded the library’s youth services department $1,202.75 to purchase coding products that … Continue reading JTPL Foundation ‘Giving Tuesday’ STEAM Grant Report
from The Evening News & Tribune Story by Brooke McAfee | Photo by Tyler Stewart CLARKSVILLE — After months of renovation and construction, the transformation of Clarksville's library is complete. The Clarksville branch of the Jeffersonville Township Public Library, at 1312 Eastern Blvd., held a ribbon cutting Thursday to celebrate the recent completion of its … Continue reading Clarksville library renovations feature new technology, expanded space
You can view ALL of our January class offerings on right side of this page. The Lunch Bunch: Lunch & Learn @ the Library Friday, Jan. 11 | 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | North Program Room Terry Chambers, author of Rose Island: An Almost Accurate Account of Days Gone By, a historical fiction, will be … Continue reading CLASSES: January 2019
You can view ALL of our December class offerings on right side of this page. Holiday Arts and Crafts Monday, Dec. 10 | 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. | North Program Room Are you struggling to come up with some last minute holiday gift ideas? Well Brenda Hunter is here to help! During this hour-long … Continue reading CLASSES: December 2018
If you're a resident of Clarksville, Ind., you may have noticed the local Clarksville Branch of the Jeffersonville Township Public Library under construction over the past few months. That is because the library is in the midst of a $1.7 million renovation and expansion, thanks to a donation from the Duke Energy Foundation and the … Continue reading Foundation Plays Role in Awarded Grant
Black Friday. Cyber Monday. Giving Tuesday. On November 27th, we are participating in a national day of generosity, #GivingTuesday. This year, we are aiming to raise $1,000 to enhance our STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) programming with the addition of new coding kits. Code.org states that the lack of exposure to coding and computer science … Continue reading JTPLF Participates In #GivingTuesday
South Bend (IN) mayor Pete Buttigieg claims 'key to happiness might be as simple as a library or a park' in his New York Times book review.
Interested in what's happening at the Jeffersonville Public Library during November 2018? Check it out!
Thanks to grants from the Town of Clarksville Redevelopment Commission and the Crusade for Children, both the Jeffersonville and Clarksville libraries will see new equipment, expanded space.
Jeffersonville Township Public Library Foundation awarded the WHAS Crusade for Children Grant.
New changes are coming to the Jeffersonville Township Public Library Foundation. Make sure to keep checking back on our new digs!
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