Library connects you to disability resources
March is National Disability Awareness Month, and the St. Joe County Public Library has resources both for people with disabilities and tools to educate people about numerous types of disabilities.
Library partners with South Bend Symphony Orchestra to offer limited, free tickets
Through a special partnership with the Library, the South Bend Symphony Orchestra is providing community members up to six (6) free tickets to upcoming performances.
Leading architects discuss design of Main Library and Community Learning Center
Lead Architects from RAMSA discuss the decisions behind the design of the newly renovated Main Library and Community Learning Center.
22 ways to use your Library in 2022
Here are 22 ways to make the most of the new year with your library!
St. Joe County Public Library postpones Science Alive
The 30th annual Science Alive has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for later in the spring.
Debra Futa announces retirement as executive director
Debra Futa, executive director of the St. Joe County Public Library, has announced her retirement effective March 31, 2022.
Library offers tax assistance at Main, Western, LaSalle, and Tutt
The Library is collaborating with the Mendoza College of Business and Goodwill Industries to offer tax assistance to local Indiana residents.
Are you still using the OverDrive app? Switch to Libby.
The Libby app is the easiest way to get started with digital books, audiobooks, and magazines from the St. Joe County Public Library!
Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day & Black History Month
Join us for the following events in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Black History Month.
The St. Joe County Public Library, Bendable, and City of South Bend are hosting a series of lifelong learning opportunities this winter.
Beginning January 3, over 3,000 magazines will be available through OverDrive
Beginning January 3, 2022, over 3,000 magazines will be available through OverDrive.
Mental Wellness Grant Outcomes
In September, the Lakeville and North Liberty libraries held programs funded by the Libraries Transforming Communities Grant with the goal of starting a community conversation surrounding mental health.