Our Adult Services Department strives to provide an innovative and personalized approach to customer service by assisting and supporting all of our communities’ ideas. Through our print, digital, music and film collections and our extensive programming we find new and exciting ways to engage, educate and entertain our patrons!
By: HEPL Staff
The Witches’ Tree: An Agatha Raisin Mystery By: M.C. Beaton I really enjoy listening to the audiobook versions of the Agatha Raisin mysteries by M.C. Beaton. We have a large selection of these mysteries both in CD format and in Overdrive. There are 28 mysteries…
Join us for beginner level ESL classes with instructor, Rehab Morsi. Rehab has her Masters Degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from Ball State University plus 8 years of experience teaching ESL. In these classes you...Time: 10:00 AM Location: Fishers Library at Fishers Center
In Excel Part I we will learn how to create and format simple spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel 2016. Participants must have some familiarity with computers and know how to use a mouse. Registration is required.Time: 2:00 PM Location: Fishers Library at Computer Training Lab (Only reservable for computer training)
Noblesville Adult Services Team Leader
Brad began working at the Hamilton East Public Library in 2014. He is most passionate about helping his community use technology more effectively as well as connecting those people with resources they need. “Overall, I enjoy serving those around me!” Brad’s favorite part of teaching technology is when those who attend his classes become more proficient and less afraid to utilize their devices more effectively.
Favorite Book: The Complete Stories, Flannery O'Connor
Super Power of Choice: Time travel.
When I dance, I look like: Gene Kelly (in my mind)
If I were an animal, I would be: A dolphin. They're graceful, intelligent, playful, friendly, and great surfers.
Fishers Adult Services Team Leader
Kirsten joined the Hamilton East Public Library in 2013. She started in academic libraries, but felt that she wanted to reach more people and help her community. “In addition to helping people, I also love to read and talk about books.” Her favorite moment was helping a woman who was new in town to set up a library card, register for a programs, and locate enough books to last her a month!
Favorite Book: The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald
Super Power of Choice: The ability to fly (I love to travel!).
When I dance, I look like: Elaine Benes
If I were an animal, I would be: A polar bear. They are fluffy and adorable, plus they have no natural enemies!