Staff Picks For Adults

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 an incentive to stay cozy and read during this cold winter month. Enroll on Beanstack here or at hepl.beanstack.org/reader365. Readers of all ages...

By: Hamilton County Historian David Heighway As we approach the 93rd anniversary of Martin Luther King’s birth, people are looking at various ways to recognize and celebrate it.  Often that involves trying to find some personal connection with the man and his work.  While King never...

With libraries in Fishers and Noblesville, the Hamilton East Public Library (HEPL) is pleased to announce that effective November 1, the library will no longer charge overdue fines on late library materials, including books, audiobooks, and DVDs. Overdue fines are the daily charges that quickly add...

Practicing gratitude and positivity has been found to have a profound effect on the human brain, helping us make happiness a habit. When we focus on the positive our reality becomes more positive. Gretchen Rubin, Habit researcher and author of The Happiness Project, says, “We...

October in Indiana brings to mind crisp fall days, colorful leaves, pumpkins, and Halloween fun. What better way to celebrate fall than to participate in one of the programs on the October menu at Hamilton East Public Library. From informative, to entertaining, to crafty, to...

Written by: Nancy Massey, Indiana Room Coordinator Hamilton County will celebrate its 200th birthday in 2023. In preparation for this bicentennial celebration, a new book is being created! The Bicentennial Book Committee is asking for your help. Photographs capture a moment in time, preserving a part...

Books Build Bridges is a community read program hosted by Hamilton East Public Library each fall to build community through shared experience, provide diverse reading opportunities and engage our community with noted authors. Featured books this year are The Distance Between Us by Reyna Grande...

Written by Hamilton County Historian, David Heighway with special thanks to Lezli Davis for new information and much of the research on individuals Juneteenth Day is a unique and important day to recognize African Americans and their role in US history. Its roots lie in the...

If you have visited or driven by our Fishers and Noblesville libraries lately, you have noticed the initial renovation work required to maintain our buildings into the future and improve access for all. Our libraries will remain open during regular hours throughout the construction unless...

Written by Ally Muterspaw Pride parades and festivals commonly take place in the United States during the month of June to commemorate the Stonewall Uprisings that occurred in New York City in June, 1969. To learn more about the Stonewall riots read The Stonewall Reader,...