More Changes

The big shift has happened in the Children’s Area of the library and all that’s left are finishing touches. There will be new tops and ends on the children’s shelving, along with some new pieces of furniture. These will appear gradually over the summer. We all love the new layout and appreciate the positive comments from patrons.

Since we’ve moved so many things and keep shifting books within their areas, we are also updating the signage at the ends of the rows. Our new style of sign will be easier to change, and possibly easier to read, than the old style was. Additionally, there will now be signage at both ends of the rows, making it easier to find your way around.

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On Display

The display case at the library is available to any individual or non-profit group to use. If you have a collection you would like to share with the public, or your non-profit group has an event to promote, you can reserve the display case for two weeks at a time. Come in to the library or call 812-988-2850 to reserve your spot!

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Every Hero Has A Story

Summer Reading starts Monday, June 1. All ages, preschool through adult, are invited to participate in this free program. Register at the main library in Nashville (beginning June 1), or at the branch at Cordry-Sweetwater (beginning June 2), and pick up your bag with the summer reading calendar and reading log. Read daily, stamp your reading log, solve puzzles, attend programs, win prizes! Summer Reading is all about reading for fun. Join us for a great time at the library.

 

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National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month!  Look for displays, poetry scrolls to take home and posters about programs.  There will be a free program on Sunday, April 19, for adults and teens from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. downstairs in Room B.  The children’s program will be Tuesday, April 21, from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m., also in Room B.  Come to create and listen to poetry art.  More to come!  Watch for info.

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Tolkien Reading Day is March 25th

Enjoy a cup of English tea and join others in reading and listening to the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.  Bring your favorite passages to read or share your own writings inspired by the author of the HOBBIT and LORD OF THE RINGS.  Any Tolkien related activities are welcome including music and games.   Meet at the Brown County Public Library at 11am in the lower level meeting rooms.  The door prize this year will be a three volume hard bound box set of LORD OF THE RINGS.  For more information call the library at 812-988-2850.

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Brown County Public Library
205 Locust Lane, P.O. Box 8
Nashville, Indiana 47448
(812) 988-2850 ph
(812)988-8119 fax

Nashville
Monday-Thursday 9am-8pm
Friday-Saturday 9am-5pm
Sunday 1pm-5pm

Cordry Sweetwater
8751 Nineveh Road
317-933-9229
Tuesday 2-5 pm
Wednesday 3-6 pm
Thursday 3-6 pm