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By: Julie Armstrong Calling all witches, wizards and muggles of all ages. Join us for some spellbinding fun during our eighth annual Harry Potter event at the Hamilton East Public Library in Fishers. This year’s theme is Magical Journeys, and I think we can all agree...

Save the Date! HEPL's Books Build Bridges 2022 Featuring Authors Jamie Ford and Kelly Yang 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 the HEPL community...

Composed By: Allison Kartman, Youth Engagement Coordinator  Join the HEPL community of readers by enrolling in the Oceans of Possibilities 2022 Summer Reading Program! Read and keep an online log during June and July to participate. Registration begins Monday, May 16. Sign up by clicking the...

The Hamilton East Public Library (HEPL) is pleased to announce the return of our local author fair, a free open house-style event for all ages. The event will be held on Sunday, April 10, from 1:00 – 5:00 PM at the FORUM Events Center, 11313...

By Maggie Chen Unlike the previous college application blog sections that were writing based, this section does not have an essay to write and submit. Much of this section deals with you requesting either your guidance counselor or  College Board to send official materials like your transcript, test scores, and AP scores to...

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...

By: Allison Kartman Magic awaits at our annual Harry Potter Book Night reimagined into a fully virtual week of everything magical and fantastical! Beginning on February 1 and continuing through Sunday, February 7, join us virtually for our Week of Wizardry and Wonderment. If you are...

By: Allison Kartman Young children learn in many different ways, including through play! During National Library Week we are encouraging families to “Find the Library at Your Place.” Read through the following library-inspired pretend play ideas with your children and see what excites them!   Storytime!   Host your own...

Vote for the Indiana Firefly Award! By: Allison Kartman The Indiana Early Literacy Firefly Award is an initiative of the Indiana Center for the Book. The award is administered by the Indiana Early Literacy Firefly Committee. The Indiana Early Literacy Firefly Committee is made up of professionals in...