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Our mission is service. One of the best ways we serve our community is through our programs and events. We have events for all ages. Explore storytime sessions for kids, teen council meetings, or book clubs for adults. Use the calendar to find events for the entire family. Check back for events, special sessions, and opportunities to get involved with the Library and your community!

EVENT FAQ

WHEN DO EVENTS MEET?

Programs and events meet at various times. Please check our event calendar for specific times when registering. For storytime, remember to register your child for one storytime series. Select the time that works best for you since most storytimes meet once per week.

WHAT PROGRAM SHOULD I CHOOSE?

We specifically create programs and activities to cater to specific age ranges. Please review our event calendar to find a program fit for you and/or your child. If you have any questions, we are happy to help.

WHAT ARE HOLIDAY HOURS FOR EVENTS?

Most library programs and events do not take place when the Library is closed. Please review the holiday schedule to see holiday closures. Please check our event calendar to find programs and events that may be offered when the Library is closed. If you have a question, please contact the Library.

UPCOMING EVENTS

We’d love for you and your family to come join the fun and learning that is happening at our Library! Our events calendar is always busy with events, classes, courses, book clubs, gatherings, and more. Take a moment to check out our online calendar and see upcoming events for all ages.

  • 22 Jan
    Virtual Program: Fun For Fridays Digital Break-ins: Winter Wonderland

    Grades K-5th. Digital break-in boxes for youth (grades K-2) and tweens (grades 3-5) to enjoy from home, whenever works best for your family schedule! Sign up to receive class codes that will enable your children to access a selection of...

  • 22 Jan
    Virtual Read Aloud: Black Beauty

    Join the Youth Services librarians each evening as we read Anna Sewell's Black Beauty.  A new chapter, read by a different librarian each night, will be available on the  HMMPL Read Aloud Playlist  at 6:00pm, beginning December 11th.

  • 26 Jan
    Virtual Program: Stories with Miss Robyn and Red

    Sign up to receive a link to hear a story read by Miss Robyn and her dog, Red. This link will be sent to you through email, and you will be able to access it throughout the week.

  • 28 Jan
    Moving with Mother Goose

    For families with babies, toddlers and interested preschool children. Take a little time to sing a rhyme with your child. Register to receive a YouTube link every Thursday morning or just click on the playlist.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Community Schools

Chamber of Commerce

Town of Zionsville

The Lebanon Reporter

Current In Zionsville

Zionsville Monthly

Zionsville Magazine

Town of Whitestown

Lebanon Community School Corporation

Worth Township Trustee’s Office

Boone County Convention & Visitors Bureau

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