Hamilton East Public Library Tag

Welcome to the 2019 Summer Reading Program at the Hamilton East Public Library! Readers of all ages are invited to explore all things space this summer as both the Fishers and Noblesville Library present “A Universe of Stories”. Activities include space-related crafts, art projects, science...

Hamilton East Public Library is planning for the future with a focus specifically on our facilities – the buildings, layout of amenities, use of indoor and outdoor spaces, and future needs of our community. Area residents who are interested in sharing their insights and being...

Books good enough to eat! Edible Book Festival is coming to HEPL. Are you addicted to cake decorating shows such as Cake Wars, The Great British Bake Off, or even Nailed It? Think you’d like to try your hand at sculpting a confectionary masterpiece? Celebrate Edible...

We’re chatting LIVE with author John Green! Thanks to the creative work of the Fishers Teen Advisory Board, the Library is proud to present a VERY special opportunity to chat live (via Skype) with award-winning author and all-around great guy John Green. This after-hours Q and...

Are you registered to vote in the upcoming election?  If you are registered, do you know where you should go to vote? Check out more information on the League of Women Voters here, or stop by any Public Service desk at the library for more information....

Our new eNewsletter, Bright Ideas, is here! The first issue of our new eNewsletter has officially launched.  We are excited to provide yet another way for you to receive news about your library, programming highlights and new services!  We will be sending it each monthly and...

History of Hamilton East Public Library: Dr. Haymond W. Clark By: David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian Of the two men who rescued the library after the Civil War, Dr. Clark was the most significant.  Haymond William Clark was born in what is now West Virginia in 1803.  He came...

History of Hamilton East Public Library: The Founding By: David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian In the first real dictionary of the English language, published in 1756, Dr. Samuel Johnson defined a library as “A large collection of books, publick or private.”  The idea of the books themselves being the...