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Children's Programs
Kids play table at the library, with wooden trains on it.
Tot Time

Children ages 2-5 are invited to Tot Time at the library. This program is held at various times throughout the year. Activities include stories, fingerplays, music, and reading. The program meets from 10:30 am – 11:00 am on Wednesdays. Please contact us at 765.942.2456 or if you are interested in registering your child for Tot Time.

Library Fun Days

Check our Events Calendar for the most recent events!

We are busting out the Cricut again to make even cooler projects! During this program, ALL ages will be able to craft with us! There will be projects for all ages but individuals who enjoyed Teen Thursdays will be able to do more advanced bling on their projects. Parents are not required to stay during the duration but it is encouraged for those with littles.

Snacks and drinks provided during craft time.

BINGO will follow directly after with a bunch of new prizes!!

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MEET THE AUTHOR! October 6th @ 12:30pm

Mariah Julio has published stories and articles in newspapers and periodicals, most recently in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Nurses, Woman’s World, Tulip Tree Press, Angels on Earth, a member of the Guidepostsgroup, Good Old Days, Reminiscence and Country magazines.

Snowflakes, a memorial for her late brother, and From Time to Timing placed in recent annual Writer’s Digest story contests.

Mariah has recently discovered a passion for writing children’s literature. Her stories have placed in international story contests, most recently in the 2021 Writer’s Digest annual contest.

Mariah likes to cook. She’s thankful her skills have evolved from the days when the dog couldn’t chew her Swiss steak.

A retired nurse, she enjoys travel, writing, painting, and futile attempts to outwit her cat.

Adult Programs
Adult Book Discussion

The library holds an Adult Book Discussion from 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm on the first Wednesday of each month. In the fall of 2017, the group chose its official name, the Happy Bookers. Please contact us if you would like to learn more about our Adult Book Discussion. The Happy Bookers have met continuously for more than 18 years, with some original members still in attendance.

Interlibrary Loan

The Ladoga-Clark Township Public Library is a member of the Evergreen Indiana library system, a consortium of over 100 libraries. If you find that the library does not have an item that you would like to borrow, the library may be able to request the item from another library through interlibrary loan.

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