The Library is partnering with Oaklawn, St. Joseph County Cares, and Self-Healing Communities of Greater Michiana to bring a series of programs focused on mental & emotional health to every Library location.
This past year was a remarkable year for the St. Joe County Public Library. Read about it in the 2021 Annual Report.
Through a grant from the Federal Communications Commission, the Library is making 200 laptops and hotspots available to local nonprofit agencies for community members to use.
Join us for a FREE week of summer camp at Western, with hands-on experiments to expand your knowledge of science, technology, reading, engineering, art, and math.
The Library will host a tribute exhibit of watercolor works by the renowned South Bend artist, Edward Basker (1908-1972).
Abby Bulgrien partnered with Bendable to create a collection of local organizations, books, and other tools to help victims heal from violence-related trauma.
The Library will host a series of programs in May aimed at educating our community on the opioid epidemic.
Kimberly Green Reeves partnered with Bendable to address how to promote health within communities.
April is National Poetry Month! Writing poetry offers an opportunity to connect with the stories of our lives. See all of the opportunities to write, read, and hear poetry at the Library.
Joanne Kelley Cogdell, CEO of Naxos Neighbors, partnered with Bendable to educate the community about the opioid epidemic and connect with our neighbors in crisis.
Join us on April 25th for an evening with Anthony Ray Hinton, who spent 28 years on Alabama's Death Row for a crime he didn't commit.
Brother Sage has been celebrating Kwanzaa since 1967 and believes that the principles of Kwanzaa are a good foundation for establishing family values.