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FREE online classes now offered under the "Learn Online" tab. One patron writes: "Dear Ms. Geiger, Thank you for offering thee free online classes. I'm taking two and have already had opportunity to apply new skills to benefit both my family and the community. I hope more people hear about these courses and give them a try!." Course List

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May I bring my school class for a library tour?

Yes you may! School tours are especially encouraged in the month of May as we set aside time from programs to allow for the scheduling of local school groups to tour the library before the end of the school year and Summer Learning or Summer Reading activities begin. Please see the following policies regarding school tours.

 

PRIVATE SCHOOL POLICY

(adopted 19 May 2010)

 

The Indiana Free Library welcomes the opportunity to serve students.

School staff should contact the Children’s Librarian to schedule visits.

Visits will not be scheduled during established story times.

Students from private schools may check out materials using a valid Indiana Free Library card.

The school assumes the responsibility for all books checked out.

The Children's Librarian can offer an orientation to the library; further library instruction should be done by the school staff.

A rental room is available if the school wishes to teach library instruction at the library.