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2021 Summer Reading Program

Discover! June 7 - July 31 for kids, teens, and adults.

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Central Library Engraving Project

We are seeking the community’s help to add literary leaders of color to the list of notable authors etched into the interior walls of Central Library.

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ISCR Lecture Series: Indianapolis Divided Debate on Sex

ISCR Lecture Series: Indianapolis Divided Debate on Sex

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This presentation will explore how the national divide between radical and liberal feminists on the issue of pornography is reflected on a local scale through the methods of Indianapolis feminists to contend with violence against women.

Playdate With a Book

Playdate With a Book

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Play with library friends and have fun developing early literacy skills! We will read stories and sing songs. Demonstrate a craft or activity together with materials you might have at home.

After School Play Date: Kid’s Coding Club

After School Play Date: Kid’s Coding Club

Online

Kids ages 8 and older and teens can join the Learning Curve online to learn about the Scratch programming language and work on a coding project. The emphasis will be working on different long-term Scratch projects, whether by oneself or with a partner and socializing with other attendees!

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