• Monday - Thursday
9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
• Friday & Saturday
9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
• Noblesville Library
• Fishers Library
Board of Trustees:
Robert G. James, Jr.
Both libraries will close at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, November 23 and will remain closed Thursday, November 24. Both libraries will also be closed Friday, December 23 through Monday, December 26. Book drops at both locations will remain open.
November is going to be a busy month at the library. This month we have two special exhibits, a giant LEGO® creation entitled Pirates of the Bermuda Triangle created by Dr. Brian Darrow using 75,000 LEGO® brand pieces, and the Hamilton County Artist Annual Exhibit and Grand Opening. On Saturday, November 5, all day at the Fishers Library, dozens of competitors will be demonstrating their mastery of the Rubik’s Cube at the Rubik’s Cube Indiana 2011 regional competition. Stop by and watch as they compete to be the fastest to solve cubes of various sizes, two or three at a time, and blindfolded. If you like art, photography, and Indiana history, don’t miss “Capturing the Soul of Indiana—A celebration of our overlooked cultural heritage.” Hoosier photographer, John Bower, will take you on a visual journey of exploration to remnants of Indiana's rapidly disappearing past.
On November 8, at both library locations, we are offering a very special opportunity for local business owners. Lisa Yankey , Staff Attorney with the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic, where she serves as the department head for the Immigrants in Crisis Program, will present “Keep Your Business Legal: Immigration Law.” At this program you will learn about Indiana immigration laws, the relevance and importance to business owners, and have an opportunity to ask questions.
Would you like to save money this holiday season? Join the Coupon Clippers & Super Savers Club on November 10. They will be discussing how to save money on packaging, shipping, and entertainment. If you feel overwhelmed during the holidays, Margie Beiswanger, Certified Life Coach, can teach you some techniques so this year you can “Have a Stress Less Holiday Season.” If you want to make a holiday craft, you can attend a One-Stroke painting class, an Iris Card Folding class, or create a snowman ornament at a counted cross-stitch class.
If you’re a senior citizen, it may be time to brush up on your driving skills at the AARP Drivers Safety class. The November 17 class will be free for veterans and their spouses. Seniors, don’t forget Senior Bingo Days at the Noblesville Library and the Fishers Library and don’t miss your annual Medicare review on November 10.
If you have ever thought about adopting a child, but you weren’t sure if it was for you. On National Adoption Day, Adoption Champion Lizbeth Curet-Nava, will be at the Fishers Library to share information about the Indiana Adoption Program and answer your questions. For those of you taking care of an elderly or disabled family member, CICOA, a caregiver’s support service, will present a workshop for caregivers and the people who care about them. At this free seminar you will learn about valuable resources that can make a difference in your everyday life. As our population ages, more and more of us are going to have family members who are approaching the end of their life. Before the crisis hits, spend an hour learning how Hospice services can help you in your time of need.
Every month at the library you can brush up on your computer skills, your English skills, learn how to research your ancestors, take your children to a story and craft time, attend a book group, or get help with your anxiety or depression. Teens can play Wii, watch a movie, join a Teen Advisory Board and help develop programs for teens.
There is a lot to do at your local library. Visit the full event calendar to plan your November today!