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-Checkout eBooks, audiobooks, magazines and much more by visiting: http://mybcpl.org/digital-library


-Don't have a library card?  Sign up here for a Digital Access Card!  


-We are offering lots of virtual programming: https://www.mybcpl.org/virtual-childrens-programs


-Visit our recommendations for events/activities to do while staying at home: https://www.mybcpl.org/6076


-Take this time to learn a new language, work on your family tree, learn to play the piano, learn a new skill by visiting our extensive list of learning resources: https://www.mybcpl.org/resources


-Utilize our WiFi that extends into the streets/parking lots around our buildings. 
 

-Email [email protected] for any question you need help with!


-View our COVID-19 information page: http://mybcpl.org/coronavirus


-Information for those needing to file for unemployment or start job-searching: http://mybcpl.libnet.info/unemployment


-For information about the Bartholomew County Emergency Child Care Taskforce: https://www.cydbartholomew.org/emergency-child-care-bartholomew


Summer Learning Challenge Starts June 1!

Earn prizes for reading and participating in programs through the library or community partners.  Log your books/minutes online or use BINGO activity cards.  Weekly drawings!

Prize pickup will begin Monday, June 15, when patrons are able to come into the building.

For full details, Click Here 


To sign up and start tracking progress, click here


For a listing of Summer Learning Activities, click here

Online Book Discussion!

Join our "Reply All" email book discussion group! Sessions ongoing- join at any time!  

Learn More

New Podcast

We have a podcast,  "Random Lines." Staff reads and chats books, their passions, and more.  Find it on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify

LISTEN HERE

Racial Equity

Our librarians have curated a listing of age appropriate books that hopefully will stretch you to learn more about systemic racism and how the entire community can change our attitudes, policies, and actions to create a better society for all.

LEARN MORE