We are experiencing intermittent issues with our program registration calendar. If you are unable to register online please contact the library. Sorry for the inconvenience.
In October, share a picture of yourself (or selfie) with your favorite book! Photos will be posted to the library’s Flickr account and may be displayed throughout the library, as well as featured on our website and social media pages.
Photos should be emailed to email@example.com along with your name, town, phone number, email address, and library card number. Only one photo per cardholder, please, as all participants will be entered into our October Junction drawing.
If you would like library staff to take your photo, visit the Ask Us Desk on Tues., Oct. 7, 6-8 p.m. or Sat., Oct. 18, 10 a.m.-noon.
Did you know that we offer free e-magazines to our cardholders? E-magazines can be read on computers, tablets, or smart phones through a provider called Zinio. All you need is an IPPL card and an email address! Visit http://ippl.info/books-movies-more/emagazines to get started, or to see the list of more than 80 magazines available.
Do you have a collection, or create three-dimensional art such as pottery? If you or someone you know would like to display in the cases of our gallery, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Display cases are available in October, November, and December. Displays stay up for the entire month, and you can book a single case or both cases. Those displaying in the cases will receive an entry into the Junction drawing for that month.
Sign up for an Indian Prairie library card (or renew your expired card) during September for a chance to spin the IPPL prize wheel! In addition, cardholders will receive a ticket for a drawing for a Kindle Fire HD every time they check out materials throughout the month.
Seventy-five years ago this week World War II began in Europe with Germany’s invasion of Poland.
As of September 2nd we are know accepting 3D print requests at the cost of .10 cents per gram with a minimum charge of $1.00. Find out more at 3dprinting.ippl.info
The website will be down for 45 minutes sometime after 9 p.m. this evening for maintenance upgrade. Sorry for the convenience.
During the War of 1812 the British again attacked their former colony, setting fire to one of our most symbolic buildings: the White House.
75 years ago The Wizard of Oz premiered at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Los Angeles. In honor of this event, join as at Indian Prairie for the Sing-Along Wizard of Oz on August 23. 10:30 for families with young children and 2:00 for older children and adults. Prizes for anyone in a Wizard of Oz costume!