Welcome to the Library!

Fort Branch 812-753-4212         Haubstadt 812-768-6005
107 E Locust Street                   101 W Gibson Street
Mon, Wed, Thurs 9AM-5PM       Mon and Fri 1-5PM
Tues 11AM-7PM                         Tues 9AM-5PM Wed 11AM-5PM
Fri & Sat 1-5PM                          Thurs 1-7PM   Sat 9AM-1
PM


Computer Lab is located in the Fort Branch Learning Center, next to the library. Lab hours are the same as library. Open for Internet, printing and browsing.



Get more event information by pressing the calendar tab on this page.

The Fort Branch All Day Craft Day is Wednesday, January 31, from 9-5 in the library, downstairs. For kids from K to 5th grade. Join in on the fun!

Coloring Fun for Teens and Adults
 meets every First Tuesday of the month. February 6th is the date this month, in the Fort Branch Library Learning Center. Join in on the fun starting from 4-6PM. We provide everything you need to start your masterpiece, or you can bring your creation and work on it in the company of friends. Casual and fun! Hope to see you!

The Haubstadt Book Club meets on every Second Thursday. In February, that is the 8th, at 6 PM. This month we will be discussing 'Hidden Figures' by Margot Lee Shetterlery, about those very first black women who helped shape NASA into what we now know it to be. Fascinating history at its best.



The Fort Branch-Johnson Township Public Library is comprised of the Fort Branch and Haubstadt service area. The library is committed to give access to information, developing programs and services for children to encourage good reading habits; and providing both recreation and educational materials to adults. The library is no stranger to this part of southern Gibson Co. The Fort Branch Library was established 1917 with the Haubstadt joining the system in 1982. A recent building project for Haubstadt expanded room and capabilities for new services in 2013. The board of trustees envision the library as an ever changing entity that is modern and advanced when it comes to the services that it provides to its patrons whether it is educational, technical or recreational. The board will support what ever measures to keep that environment.

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