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The phones at the Main Library are working again! It's been a long quiet week, so give us a call if you need us! ... See MoreSee Less

The phones at the Main Library are working again!  Its been a long quiet week, so give us a call if you need us!

We haven't forgotten about our Winter Reading Program! A big thank you to everyone who participated this year. Let's congratulate our grand prize winners Gavin, Pearl, and Amber! ... See MoreSee Less

We havent forgotten about our Winter Reading Program!  A big thank you to everyone who participated this year.  Lets congratulate our grand prize winners Gavin, Pearl, and Amber!

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Thank you for the awesome opportunity and prize!! I love my local library ❤️

Gavin thanks you! He loves picking out books after story time!

So exciting!!!!

The Morgan County History and Genealogy Asscociation will be presenting programs once-a-month at the Monrovia Branch Library (145 S. Chestnut St., Monrovia, IN) on Saturdays. The next program on Saturday, February 29 will feature Morgan County Historian Don Adams talking about the journals of William Gregory Harrison, a farmer in Jefferson Township during 1880-1881. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks for "bearing" with us! Internet, faxing and printing services have been restored at the Main Branch, but our phone lines remain down. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks for bearing with us!  Internet, faxing and printing services have been restored at the Main Branch, but our phone lines remain down.

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Sounds like you all have had a rough day.

We're experiencing some difficulties this morning at the Main library. We have no public computers, no faxing, and no printing. Hopefully, we'll be back up and running soon! Stay tuned. ... See MoreSee Less

We spoke too soon! We can call out of the Main Library, but you still can't call in. Please call our Waverly Branch (317) 422-9915 or our Monrovia Branch (317) 996-4307 if you need assistance over the phone. ... See MoreSee Less

We spoke too soon!  We can call out of the Main Library, but you still cant call in.  Please call our Waverly Branch (317) 422-9915 or our Monrovia Branch (317) 996-4307 if you need assistance over the phone.

The phones at the Main Library are back up (Sort of!) You can reach both the Adult and Children's check out desks, but you may have to leave messages if you want to reach anyone else in the building. Thank you for patience! ... See MoreSee Less

The phones at the Main Library are back up (Sort of!)   You can reach both the Adult and Childrens check out desks, but you may have to leave messages if you want to reach anyone else in the building.  Thank you for patience!

The phones are down at the Main Library today, but we are open! If you need assistance over the phone, please call either our Monrovia Branch (317) 996-4307 or our Waverly Branch (317) 422-9915. They can answer your questions, and assist you with your account. ... See MoreSee Less

The phones are down at the Main Library today, but we are open!  If you need assistance over the phone, please call either our Monrovia Branch (317) 996-4307  or our Waverly Branch (317) 422-9915.  They can answer your questions, and assist you with your account.

It's time for our Monday Night Book Discussion! What are you reading?? ... See MoreSee Less

Its time for our Monday Night Book Discussion!  What are you reading??

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"From Materialisation to Healing (Evidence of Both)," by Isa Gray.

Woman In Blue, by Elly Griffiths.

A biography of Winston Churchill.

The Eighty Dollar Champion- by Elizabeth Letts

Shirley Jackson- The lottery and Other Short Stories...

Some scary shorts .... 'Something Came Through: And Other Stories' ... Joe Hart. 😱

I'll be starting Timequake by Kurt Vonnegut this evening.

Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky

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We're closed today for staff training, but you still have access to some amazing stories! See you tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less

Were closed today for staff training, but you still have access to some amazing stories!  See you tomorrow.
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