Library News

The April 2021 regular meeting of the Hamilton East Public Library Board of Trustees will be held 4/22/21 at 4:15 pm in the Center Meeting Room at the Fishers Library located at 5 Municipal Drive Fishers, IN.  In addition to in-person attendance subject to COVID...

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 to our community. While vaccine rollout is proceeding at a steady pace, masks are still our first line of defense against COVID-19...

The March 2021 regular meeting of the Hamilton East Public Library Board of Trustees will be held 3/25/21 at 4:15 pm via Zoom.  Comments submitted here by March 25 at 12:00pm will be read at the meeting Information on how to attend this meeting virtually is available...

Enjoy these titles for all ages and learn more about sustainability and the small changes we can all make.  Search for one of these titles by visiting our HEPL website here or download the HEPL app and reserve your copy today. Digital versions are also...

In order to keep our patrons safe, we offer contact-free curbside holds pickup by appointment. Once you place a hold and receive an email or text notification that your holds are ready for pickup, you will need to access the library’s website to schedule a...

The February 2021 regular meeting of the Hamilton East Public Library Board of Trustees will be held 2/25/21 at 4:15 pm via Zoom.  Comments submitted here by February 25 at 12:00pm will be read at the meeting Information on how to attend this meeting virtually is available...

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 Maria Gianferrari I Am Not a Label by Cerrie Burnell I Talk like a River by Jordan Scott Teens It's My Life by Stacie Ramey Show me...

By: Danielle Acton March is Disability Awareness Month, sponsored by the Indiana Governor's Council for People with Disabilities. While HEPL's events are virtual this year to ensure everyone's safety during the pandemic, our goal is to promote awareness of disabilities, provide resources for caregivers, and highlight...

The January 2021 regular meeting of the Hamilton East Public Library Board of Trustees will be held 1/28/21 at 4:15 pm via Zoom. Comments submitted here by January 28 at 12:00pm will be read at the meeting Information on how to attend this meeting virtually is...

By: Lori Holewinski Bedtime stories are a traditional way to help children transition into sleep after a busy day. The Mayo Clinic suggests that bedtime rituals, like reading, can help all of us ease from wakefulness into sleepiness. (Imagining a bear settling down with a good book...