February is Library Lovers’ Month!

February is Library Lovers’ Month, “a month-long celebration of school, public, and private libraries of all types. This is a time for everyone to recognize the value of libraries and to work to assure that the Nation’s libraries will continue to serve.”

A library is much more than a place to borrow books or to study. Libraries offer educational, civic, and entertaining programs and continue to play an important role within local communities. The entire month of February is dedicated to the people who love whole buildings devoted to the reading, housing, organizing, categorizing, finding, studying, and otherwise loving books.  It’s National Library Lovers’ Month!

Libraries provide so much more than a place for us to enjoy great novels or to discover amazing adventures and untold history.  Yes, they help us ace our research papers and provide a quiet space to study, but they do so much more.

For preschoolers, libraries entertain them with hands-on activities and expose them to their first friendships.  Many communities rely on their libraries for a meeting space for public meetings, social events, and classes.  Libraries lend not only books, but magazines and movies.  Libraries offer many kinds of programs for all ages all year long.

When was the last time you spent time in the library?  If it’s been awhile, there’s no better time to stop in at Kewanna Union Township Public Library than during Library Lovers’ Month.  Browse the shelves, check out a book or two, sit down and read, or attend an event. Fall in love all over again!


2023 February Programs @ the Library

                         “Warm Up to a Good Book”

Adult Winter Reading Program Jan. 3-Feb. 28

Librarian Laura “Chilling Thrillers”-Wed., February 1 @ 11:00

Family Bingo Night- Thurs., February 2   4:00-5:00

Zak’s Tech Time – Mon., February 6  10:00-12:00

Teens & Tweens Art Club- Tues., February 7 @ 4:00

Being Crafty: Clay Pot Snowmen – Wed., February 8 @ 11:00

Adult Book Club- Wed., Feb. 8 @ 2:00 or all month on  Facebook

Lego: Build the Change- Thurs., February 9   4:00-5:00

Nutrition Program- Wed., February 15 @ 11:00

Homeschoolers @ the Library “Rocks”- Wed., Feb. 15 @ 2:00

Makerspace- Thurs., February 16 4:00-5:00

Closed in observance of Presidents Day on February 20

Back to the Past: “Our Kewanna”- Wed., February 22 @ 11:00

CATCH Kids Club – Thurs., February 23   4:00-5:00

Story Time- Sat., February 25 @ 11:00

Zak’s Tech Time – Mon., February 27 10:00-12:00

Library Board Meeting- Mon., February 27 @ 6:00

                              Regular Weekly Events

          Teens N Tweens- every Tuesday @ 4:00

          Coffee & Tea Time every Wednesday @ 10:30

Lego Club every Wednesday @ 4:00

Kids Night every Thursday @ 4:00

Euchre Night every Thursday   5:30-8:00

Coloring Club all month long! Pick up a page @ the library to color soon!

 “Chilling Thrillers” by Librarian Laura

Laura Jones, Indiana State Library Northwest Regional Coordinator, will be giving a Book Talk on her list of the latest “Chilling Thrillers” on Wed., February 1 @ 11:00 in Kewanna Union Township Public Library.  Kewanna Union Township Public Library is located at 210 E. Main St., Kewanna, IN.

Librarian Laura’s “Chilling Thrillers” include:

NO EXIT by Taylor Adams


GIRL IN ICE by Erica Ferencik

THESE SILENT WOODS by Kimi Cunningham Grant

FIVE TOTAL STRANGERS by Natalie D. Richards

HIDDEN PICTURES by Jason Rekulak


ALL GOOD PEOPLE HERE by Ashley Flowers

ICE HUNT by James Rollins



THE WIDOWMAKER by Hannah Morrissey


Librarian Laura is well known for her book talks about adult fiction and book reviews.  Many of her book talks can be found on her YouTube channel.  Everyone is welcome to attend this fun program.

Lego: Build the Change

Kewanna Union Township Public Library will begin a new monthly youth program on Thurs., Jan. 19 @ 4:00 called “Lego: Build the Change”.   Kewanna Union Township Public Library is located at 210 E. Main St., Kewanna, IN.

Lego’s will be used to help children explore climate change and the impact it has on animal habitats.  The children will be working together to come up with their own solutions to a real world problem.  All children are welcome to attend.