Kewanna Fall Festival Events @ Kewanna Public Library

Kewanna Public Library has planned several special events on Saturday, September 30 in conjunction with the Kewanna Fall Festival.  These events include a Free Book Give Away, Meet & Greet for Fulton Co. Nonprofits, Patron Appreciation Day, and Story Time on the Lawn.

Kewanna Public Library will be hosting a Free Book Give Away on Sat., Sept. 30 from 9am-2pm.  Everyone is welcome to come and select books of their choice from our free give away selection.  We have books for all ages.  Stop in and pick out a bagful!

The library will also be hosting a Meet & Greet for Fulton Co. Nonprofits in our Performing Arts Room.  The Meet & Greet will be held 9am-2pm for community members to learn about local service organizations and to find out what they have to offer.  Be sure to visit the library for this special opportunity!

Kewanna Public Library will be holding a Patron Appreciation Day on Sat., Sept. 30 during the Kewanna Fall Festival.  Food will be served 11am-1pm.  Everyone is welcome to attend this annual event to show our appreciation to our library patrons!

Story Time on the Lawn will be held at 12:00 pm on Sept. 30.  Children of all ages are welcome to relax in front of the library and listen to a variety of popular children’s books.

Good’s History Review for September

Good’s History Review topic for September will be “Towns in Fulton County” on Wednesday, Sept. 13 @ 3:00 and Sept. 27 @ 11:00. These programs will be held at Kewanna Public Library 210 E. Main St., Kewanna, IN.

Local historian, Marvin Good, will be sharing his knowledge about events of the past and make history come alive!  His programs will include our community history, as well as, many historical events and memorabilia of the early days in Indiana.

Stop in at Kewanna Public Library & go back in time with us.

Don’t miss Good’s History Review!

September is Library Card Sign-Up Month

Transform your school year with a library card – September is Library Card Sign-up Month!

Kewanna, Indiana – The value of today’s libraries goes beyond books. Librarians are leaders in their communities – helping people of any age to find what they need to help improve their quality of life. This September, Kewanna Union Township Public Library is joining with the American Library Association and libraries nationwide for Library Card Sign-up Month, an initiative to make sure that every student has the most important school supply of all – a free library card.

Libraries build a foundation for children’s future success starting from the earliest stages of development. Librarians play a key role in helping children develop the basic tools for school readiness by teaching families the components of early literacy. As of 2010, children’s programs accounted for nearly two thirds of library programming in the United States, with more than 2.3 million children’s programs nationwide. Older students can also find tools for success at their local libraries, where they can access high-speed Internet and digital tools.

Resources at the Kewanna Union Township Public Library are available to anyone with a library card. Students can turn to the library for materials, programs and knowledgeable library staff that support academic achievement.

“Our library provides access and programs for students of all ages,” says Linda Ruhl, Programming Librarian. “For preschool-age children, we offer early literacy resources and story times to encourage school readiness; for older children and teens, we supplement education with multidisciplinary programs; and for nontraditional students, we have GED resources. There’s really something for everyone, and it’s all free with a library card.”


Read Down Your Fines Sept. 1-Dec. 30, 2017


Kewanna Public Library will be offering a fine forgiveness program “Read Down Your Fines!” to patrons 18 & under.  Readers may sign-up to participate in “Read Down Your Fines!” beginning Sept. 1, 2017.   Readers with fines over $9.99 accumulated at Kewanna Public Library will be eligible to participate.  The reader and their parent will be asked to sign a reading contract.  The reader must receive approval at the library in order to participate.  All books that will be used as credit for this program are to be checked out or read in the library by December 30, 2017.   Start the New Year with no library fines!   Stop in at the library to sign up soon!

September 2017 Programs

Library is closed in Honor of Labor Day on Sept. 4

Chocolate “It Can Be Good for You!”- Wed., Sept. 6 @ 11:00

Game On- Wed., Sept. 6 @ 4:00

2nd Saturday Coloring Circle-Sat., Sept. 9 @ 1:00

Adult Book Club- Tues., Sept. 12 @ 2:00

Counted Cross Stitch Greeting Cards- Wed., Sept. 13 @ 11:00

Good’s History Review “Towns in Fulton County”-Wed., Sept. 13 @ 3:00

Family Bingo Night- Wed., Sept. 13 @ 4:00

Benefits of Massage Therapy- Wed., Sept. 20  @ 11:00

Make-it Take-it Craft – Wed., Sept. 20 @ 4:00

Computer Tech Time – Mon., Sept. 25   10:00-12:00

Library Board Meeting- Mon., Sept. 25 @ 6:00

Good’s History Review “Towns in Fulton County”-Wed., Sept. 27 @ 11:00

Family Game Night- Wed., Sept. 27 @ 4:00

Free Book Give Away- Sat., Sept. 30   9-2

Meet & Greet for Fulton Co. Nonprofits- Sat., Sept. 30   9-2

Patron Appreciation Day- Sat., Sept. 30   11-1

Story Time on the Lawn- Sat., Sept. 30 @ 12:00