Leap Day Sing-Along!

Join us for a super fun sing-along program for kids and caregivers, highlighting the importance of singing for early literacy! Local musician Nathan Dillon and his guitar will provide an hour of fun and educational entertainment. Feb. 29th at 10am  No registration required.

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Family History/Genealogy Program

How do I start?  Where do I go from here?  If you have always wanted to find out about your ancestors or are currently working on your family tree and need some help, join us at the library on Tuesday, February 23 for a free program.  The program, presented by genealogist Kathy Evans, will take place from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. downstairs in Room B.  Please register at the library or call us at 812-988-2850 to sign up or ask questions.

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Indiana State Park Centennial Annual Pass

Brown County Public Library does have ONE State Park Pass which is available for check-out now! Our library will have this pass until December 31. This gives free admission to any of the 32 state parks and Indiana’s state forest recreation areas where admission fees are charged.

The “park pass” is available at our circulation desk. It is housed in an orange case and may be checked-out on your library card for ONE WEEK. There are no holds or renewals. There will be fines of a $1.00 per day if returned late. Lost cards will cost $50.00.

This program is a partnership between the Indiana State Library and the Indiana State Parks. The goal is to provide library patrons the opportunity to visit the many beautiful Indiana state park locations.

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Warm Up from Within

In the middle of the winter what could be more comforting than fresh baked bread and a pot of homemade soup? If you think you have no time for Click for more information on this titlebaking, check out the library’s newest addition to the baking section, The New Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day.
With recipes for classic artisan loaves, sandwich breads, pastries and even gluten free breads you’ll find a bread for every occasion, and they really do only take 5 minutes to prep! Find it on the shelf at 641.815 HER.

For more traditional artisan bread recipes take a look at The Bread Baker’s Apprentice, by Peter Reinhart, Click for more information on this title and
The Bread Builders: Hearth Loaves and Masonry Ovens, by Daniel Wing and Alan Scott.

If you need ideas for a great soup to go with your bread, try something from Sunday Soup, by Betty Rosbottom, Click for more information on this titleSoup Night by Maggie Stuckey,
or The Best Recipe Soups & Stews, from Cook’s Illustrated.

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JANUARY THAW

Stressed by the holidays or by life in general?  Come to the library on January 13 to attend the STRESS REDUCTION AND RELAXATION WORKSHOP.  This is a free program presented by well-known practitioner Lee Edgren, MS, CYT, E-RYT-500, who will show us techniques that will help us feel calmer and healthier.  There will also be a segment on coloring as a method of reducing stress and calming the mind.  The program, January Thaw, will take place downstairs at the library in Meeting Room B on Wednesday, January 13, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.  Look for the posters in the library.  All are welcome.  If you have questions, call the front desk at 812-988-2850.

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Visit Us!

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