Beginning June 15, both branches will re-open for Grab and Go Services during normal business hours. Patrons will be asked to find what they need and leave.
This article was published in the May 5, 2020 issue of the News & Tribune. To read the article in its original form on the News & Tribune website, please click here. SOUTHERN INDIANA — Libraries in Clark and Floyd counties continue to serve the community outside the walls of their buildings during temporary closures.Continue reading “NEWS & TRIBUNE: Southern Indiana Libraries increase digital presence and closures”
No internet during this pandemic? Look no further than your local Jeffersonville Township Public Library for help! Our Wi-Fi internet has been extended to include the parking lots of our Jeffersonville and Clarksville branches to help meet the needs of our community. The service is free of charge, and is in line with our state’s order ofContinue reading “Free Public Library Wi-Fi During Pandemic”
The library may be closed, but we’re introducing a new curbside pickup service! Call one of our branches to put books on hold and we’ll bring them out to you in your car!
With the holidays in full swing, sometimes it’s easy to forget about those in need. It’s even easier to move beyond the holidays without thinking about local non-profits that help those very people. That’s why on Tuesday, Dec. 3, the Jeffersonville Township Public Library Foundation is asking for help with the Jeffersonville Township Public Library’sContinue reading “JTPLF Asking for Help on #GivingTuesday”
The Jeffersonville Township Public Library has been working on a major project for 2019-2020: a Makerspace. A Makerspace is a room that contains tools and components, allowing people to enter with an idea and leave with a complete project. The best part is that makerspaces are communal. The goal is to work together to learn,Continue reading “Makerspace Beginning to Take Shape”
We wanted to take a moment to highlight our latest partnership with the WHAS Crusade for Children. Thanks to a grant from the Crusade For Children and the JTPL Foundation, Bookpacks were distributed to students in need around Clark County. The Bookpacks are a kit that includes books and a device that aids in the readingContinue reading “JTPLF & WHAS Crusade for Children Team Up to Distribute Bookpacks”