Communications Staff
August 30, 2023

Participate in the NEA Big Read and join the discussion on “There There” at the Library

The Library is proud to collaborate with the South Bend Museum of Art in the NEA Big Read. Both organizations will present a series of exhibitions, ceremonies, performances and book discussions that highlight stories, experiences and identities of Potawatomi Communities in the region.

Communications Staff
August 22, 2023

Library offers resources for teachers

The Library offers countless resources for teachers, parents and caregivers. Below are examples of the free resources that patrons can access both at the library and at home. 

Communications Staff
August 21, 2023

Access free educational resources for all ages

Learning can happen anywhere, anytime, and on your schedule. The Library provides free online learning resources for all ages in a variety of topics ranging from educational, career, and fun recreational areas.

Marenda Escobar
August 16, 2023

Studio 304 Creator Showcase celebrates local artists

Studio 304’s Creator Showcase caps off a summer of creativity by celebrating local artists who participated in the Library’s Creator Meet-Ups. Come experience a culmination of creative summer projects, meet the artists, and learn about their processes.

Communications Staff
July 21, 2023

Limited number of free tickets available for Classics in the Courtyard 

The Library has partnered with the South Bend Civic Theatre to bring you two outdoor performances in the Richard Pfeil Family Courtyard this summer. A limited number of free tickets are available for each performance. 

Communications Staff
July 20, 2023

Exhibit tells the story of refugees becoming neighbors 

The “Blurred Lives: Refugees to Neighbors” exhibit is open at Main Library through August 1. The exhibit tells the stories of 12 refugees who came to Michiana as refugees and asylees fleeing persecution in Vietnam, Bosnia, Iraq, Venezuela and Afghanistan, among other countries. 

Marenda Escobar
July 17, 2023

Damien’s library story

Damien works for the Library's River Park Branch and has an amazing story spanning nine years of service. He’s seen kids become teens, moms become grandmoms, and high school students become college students.

Marenda Escobar
July 10, 2023

Notre Dame professor records podcast in Studio 304

"People have learned and do learn without grades, so they may not be necessary. So then the question is, are they harmful?" - Dr. Susan Blum on an episode of The Higher Ed Spotlight Podcast, which she recorded in Studio 304 at Main Library.

Marenda Escobar
June 12, 2023

Local author writes at German Branch

Meet local science fiction romance author, Vicky L. Holt. Holt has used the Library's German Branch while researching and writing the fourth book in her Predator Planet series.

Communications Staff
June 1, 2023

Summer Reading Club begins at the St. Joe County Public Library 

The St. Joe County Public Library invites everyone to participate in the Summer Reading Club from now through July 31. Children, teens and adults can signup online or in-person at any library location. 

Communications Staff
May 22, 2023

Honor refugees at World Refugee Day

World Refugee Day is Tuesday, June 20. Established by the United Nations, the day honors refugees from around the world. The Library will be hosting the following programs.

Communications Staff
May 15, 2023

Local artist’s work on exhibit at Main Library

The St. Joe County Public Library will showcase the work of local artist, Kamika Perry of KP Art Studios from May 16 through June 16 in the Gallery at Main Library. The community is invited to an opening reception Tuesday, May 16 from 6-8pm.

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