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By: Heidi Herald Welcome back to the What’s Cooking @ HEPL blog! I am Heidi Herald, a Public Services Librarian at Hamilton East Public...

By: Heidi Herald Welcome back to the What’s Cooking @ HEPL blog! I am Heidi Herald, a Public Services Librarian at Hamilton East Public...

The Hamilton East Public Library (HEPL) is pleased to announce the return of our local author fair, a free open house-style event for...

By: Heidi Herald Welcome back to the What’s Cooking @ HEPL blog! I am Heidi Herald, a Public Services Librarian at Hamilton East Public...

During the icy chill of late winter, we long for the tentative warmth of early spring and the opening of the 2022 HEPL...

By: Heidi Herald Welcome to the What’s Cooking @ HEPL blog! I am Heidi Herald, a Public Services Librarian at Hamilton East Public Library....

By Christy Franzman The theme for HEPL’s next Teen Writing Challenge is poetry to celebrate the upcoming National Poetry Month in April! Aspiring teen writers,...

By: Lori Holewinski Hamilton East Public Library’s annual Cozy Winter Reading Program runs from February 1-28, 2022. This program gives readers of all ages...

  In response to the recent rise in COVID-19 transmission locally, the Hamilton East Public Library has temporarily suspended in-person programming and events at...

By: Heidi Herald Welcome to the very first What’s Cooking @ HEPL blog! I am Heidi Herald, a Public Services Librarian at Hamilton East...

By Erin Weir As the Teen Librarian at our Fishers location, I am often asked about what volunteer opportunities the library has to offer...

Written by: Nancy Massey, Indiana Room Coordinator Hamilton County will celebrate its 200th birthday in 2023. In preparation for this bicentennial celebration, a new...

By Christy Franzman Aspiring teen writers, or teens who want the chance to win gift cards (no judgement here!), can submit their original short...

Written by Ally Muterspaw Pride parades and festivals commonly take place in the United States during the month of June to commemorate the...

While COVID-19 continues to shape our lives, we are future-focused and continue to press forward to safely provide library resources, programs, and services...

We offer contact-free curbside holds pickup by appointment. Once you place a hold and receive an email or text notification that your holds...

Written by: Nancy Massey, Indiana Room Coordinator If you are a genealogist, someone researching the history of your home, or a student researching a...

Celebrate Disability Awareness Month by exploring these books for all ages! For more Disability Awareness events and activities, click here.   Kids  Hello Goodbye Dog by...

By David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian An announcement was posted in the local newspaper, the Noblesville Plain Dealer, on December 26, 1850, which said: “NEW...

Written by: Nancy Massey, Indiana Room Coordinator November’s genealogy roundtable was all about genealogy gratitude.  In keeping with HEPL’s Season of Gratitude celebration now...

Celebrate National Aviation History Month By: Anders Arnold Look! Up in the sky. It’s a bird…it’s a plane…It’s…a plane. Seriously, we’re going to celebrate aviation this...

By David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian I’ve been watching the discussion on how to have fun and stay safe on Halloween this year, and...

By David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian A topic that many people are discussing these days is the issue of African Americans and a number...

Written by: Nancy Massey, Indiana Room Coordinator Land records can be an invaluable resource for genealogists. At the August genealogy roundtable, attendees mentioned that...

Hamilton East Public Library seeks proposals for an Integrated Library System delivered as SaaS and a Discovery Layer solution. Proposals may include one or...

Written by: Allison Zafiratos With the opening of HEPL’s Seed Library this past March, I began wondering how these seeds would be used in our...

By: Missy Flanagin It’s nothing new that young students love unicorns. Unicorns are literally everywhere you turn. They can be found on the cereal...

Beginning on August 10th, we are expanding our daytime hours and reopening our Ignite Studio Kit Library by reservation only. Our hard-working staff...

To read the full notice, please click here. The Hamilton East Public Library ...

Written by: Amy Norris Many of us in Hamilton County take for granted the quick 30-mile drive in the car to Speedway. Race fans...

Written by: Nancy Massey, Indiana Room Coordinator Although this is at the start of July, September is just around the corner with a special...

By David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian When Franklin D. Roosevelt took office in March 1933, his administration immediately created an overlapping “alphabet soup” of...

The Fishers Library & Ignite Studio will have a construction related closure on Thurs., May 19 - Wed., May 25.
Noblesville Exterior Book Drop is closed - return library materials inside. | See Construction News Here