Indiana State Park Passes are available for check out for two weeks at both the Fort Branch and Haubstadt Libraries. Call 812-753-4212 or 812-768-6005 for further details.
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After School Game Day will be at the Fort Branch Library Learning Center, Tuesday, May 16, 3:30-5:00 pm. Grades K-5 will enjoy games of various kinds. Last one until the next school year.
Build a Better World-2017 Summer Reading Program begins Monday, May 22. Register at either the Haubstadt or Fort Branch locations. Toddlers-Adults can participate in the summer program. Make sure you get a flyer with all event details happening this summer.
Andrew Carnegie: Maker of Libraries is next in the series of 100th Anniversary Events. Emily Bunyan, Director of the Knox Co Public Library, will speak about Carnegie and his valuable contributions of libraries all over the United States. Fort Branch Library was a recipient of his generosity in 1917. $100 drawing. Fort Branch Library Learning Center, Tuesday, May 23, 6:30 pm.
Fort Branch Library Make and Take Craft will be Wednesday, May 24, 9:00 am-5:00 pm. All kids may come at any time during the day and make a craft to take home.
CLOSED Memorial Day at Haubstadt and Fort Branch. Normal hours will resume on Tuesday, May 30.
Summer Reading Program Kick-off at the Fort Branch Library Yard. Pet Partner (therapy animals), hotdog lunch, snow cones, popcorn and face painting. And miniature horse rides. Weight limit 55 lbs. June 2, 10:30 am.
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.