Text Size
Saturday, October 01, 2022

Card Catalog  

CALLING ALL VENDORS!
The annual Arts & Crafts Fair is scheduled for Saturday, October 15 from 9:00-3:00 p.m.
If you have questions, please contact Angie at 812.937.7170
for more information, click this link 
==========
Academic Resources
Community Resources
Genealogy Resources

TEEN PROGRAMSDiscover free programs throughout the year for teens in 6th-12th grade. Check the calendar of events for details on STEM activities, movies, crafts, summer reading, and much more! If you have questions, please call Shannon Werne, youth librarian at 812-937-7170 or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We have many free programs, events, and services for teens. They can get help with their homework or take part in summer learning programs. We also offer homeschool help and resources for parents, caregivers, and teachers who work with teens. There are always new ways for teens and their families to stay engaged! 

Libraries today offer much more than books, movies, and quiet spaces! Literacy, adventure, and STEM exploration are built into our teen programs, so they can enjoy the Library in new and exciting ways as they read, learn, connect, and create!

Our teen collection includes materials for ages 6th-12th grade including fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, audiobooks, playaways, and DVDs.  We also have an extensive eLibrary collection! To learn more about how we choose materials, see our Collection Development Policy.

tbh Dale: Teen: TBH (Teens Being Helpful):  (ages 11-18)  4th Tuesday 
Tuesday, September 27, October 25, November 22, and December 27 at 5:30 p.m.
Lincoln Heritage Public Library is looking for Tweens/Teen Volunteers who want to be a part of a social group called Teen: TBH (Teens being Helpful). The program is meant for those who want to work together to help others with projects and other miscellaneous organizations.  Everything you do will be based on a point system and you can earn prizes.  During the meetings, there will be refreshments and snacks.  For more information or to sign up please contact Mrs. Shannon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 812.937.7170 between 9-5 weekdays.  A sign-up sheet will be located at the front desk after 5:00 p.m. through the week and on Saturdays. 
 
homeschool solutions
Dale: Homeschool Solutions:  (all ages) 1st and 3rd Fridays
October 7 & 21; November 4 & 18;  December 2 & 16 from 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Homeschooling has been becoming popular in our area. Here at LHPL, we are exploring different types of resources for our patrons. We provide art activities, socialization, and resource materials for our young patrons so parents can get together and talk about issues, achievements, and any other situations that may arise. 
backpack special olympics websitespecial olympic website Special Olympics Young Athletes Backpack:

Lincoln Heritage Public Library was fortunate to receive three amazing backpacks to get all kids outside and moving. Rainy day no problem. There are so many activities you can do with the included items. These are for LHPL patrons and will not transit. Please stop by and check out yours this weekend.

The Chrisney Branch has one backpack and Dale has two backpacks that can be checked out for a week, with no renewals.
  • each backpack contains sports equipment (1 ball, 4 scarves, 2 tennis racquets, 2 fun birds, 4 bean bags, 1 ringed set of activity cards- as seen in the picture attached)
  • 3 books in each bag from the following list:
    • "Unstuck" by Stephen Groner
    • "Say Something" by Peter H. Reynolds
    • "Do Unto Otters" by Laurie Keller
    • "Pass It On" by Sophy Henn
    • "My Brother Charlie" by Holly Robinson Peete
    • "I am Jackie Robinson (Ordinary People Change the World)" by Brad Meltzer
    • "I Like Myself" by Karen Beaumont
    • "Not Your Typical Dragon" by Dan Bar-el
    • "Giraffes Can't Dance" by Giles Andreae

silent auction

 

 

 

Dale: Friends Silent Book Auction:
The Dale Friends of Lincoln Heritage Public Library are offering an opportunity to shop at the library for gifts. Silent book auction items will be displayed at the Dale Branch near the circulation desk. Bids are made in increments of no less than $.50 and accepted until noon on the last Friday of the month. You may place a bid in person OR by calling the library at 812.937.7170. Monthly winners will be notified by phone. All monies brought in by the silent auction are used on Dale Programming (youth, adult, homebound).
=============================================
September Silent Auction Items: Accepted until noon on Friday, September 30, 2022 
Starting Bid - $3.00
"The Return: Fathers, Sons and the Land in Between" by Hisham Matar 
"The Diary of Mary Berg: Growing up in the Warsaw Ghetto" by Susan Lee Pentlin
"The Broker" by John Grisham 
"All-American Murder" by James Patterson 
"65 Things to do When You Retire" by Various Contributors 
October Silent Auction Items: Accepted until noon on Friday, October 28, 2022 
Starting Bid - $3.00
"The Midnight Library" by Matt Haig
"The View from Alameda Island" by Robyn Carr 
"The Brethren" by John Grisham
"Killers of the Flower Moon" by David Grann
"Players First: Coaching from the Inside Out" by John Calipari 
November Silent Auction Items: Accepted until noon on Friday, November 18, 2022 
Starting Bid - $3.00
"Never Tell" by Lisa Gardner
"Half Broke Horses" by Jeannette Walls 
"Cold Cold Heart" by Tami Hoag 
"Silverview" by John Le Carre
"Live Free or Die" by Sean Hannity 
December Silent Auction Items: Accepted until noon on Friday, December 23, 2022 
Starting Bid - $3.00
"Dear Edward" by Ann Napolitano 
"Look for Me" by Lisa Gardner
"Shakespeare for Squirrels" by Christopher Moore 
"The Confession" by John Grisham
"Creme de Colorado Cookbook" by Junior League of Denver

WOWBRARY PEN PAL CLUB Dale: LHPL Pen Pal Club:
Join our LHPL Pen Pal Club for our local Homebound & Nursing Home Residents. For ages 7 yrs. & up Simply request an application and we will match you with a pen pal. You can write your letters at the library or home. Simply sharing a handwritten note, a funny story, or your favorite poem, can make a senior feel connected with their community and overcome any feeling of loneliness they may be experiencing.  Registration forms, letter templates, and free envelopes are available at LHPL.  To register, please email Justine Thomas at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Your message or hand-written note is a simple gesture that can go a long way and will make a Senior’s day. We will mail them to you no postage is required.