Programs & Events
Engage, Connect, and Grow
From children’s dance events to genealogy discussion groups and everything in between, it’s easy to find something at the St. Joe County Public Library that sparks a connection.
Events for Adults, Teens, and Kids
Programs & Activities
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Dolly Parton’s book gifting program mails FREE, high-quality books to children from birth to age five.
Each fall, young writers (grades 3-12) are welcome to submit a terrifying tale (1-5 pages) to delight and fright readers of all ages.
Each winter, children and teens (grades 3-12) are invited to create their own shoe designs for the Library’s Fresh New Kicks contest.
Each year, Indiana librarians nominate five picture books with high artistic quality and compelling narratives that support early literacy, but it is children who ultimately decide the winner.
Expose the littlest readers to the magic of storybooks, the power of curiosity, and the magic contained within the library!
Capture what makes our community great and submit your photographs to any library location.
Every year in April, the community comes together to read and discuss one book together.
Spill the Ink is an annual poetry contest for all ages. Each Spring the community is encouraged to spill the ink and share their voice.
STEM is for everyone! Learn about science, engineering, and math programs for all ages.
Storytimes are a great way to foster a love of books and prepare your child for future learning success.
Text and Learn for Kindergarten is a free text messaging service that sends fun activities parents can do with their babies and preschoolers to make any time learning time.
Unfold is a quarterly magazine highlighting new events and activities at the Library.