Noblesville Tag

We are loving the Season of Giving celebrations happening at the library during this time of year! You’re helping us raise funds and supplies for HamCoLove and our local townships, pack meals for IDES, create handmade gifts, and more. Every year, you also give to...

The Creation of a Myth By David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian In Hamilton County, as in other places in the United States, the study of Native American life can be cluttered by myths. As if the interactions between settlers and Natives were not complex enough, there are...

By Erin Weir The third HEPL Teen Writing Challenge has concluded and 3 winners were chosen out of 23 entries from teens. The Teen Writing Challenge was the idea of a student who shared it with the library’s Teen Advisory Board (TAB). The TAB loved the suggestion...

By Erin Weir The theme for HEPL’s next Teen Writing Challenge is fantasy! Think spells and fairies and dragons galore! Aspiring teen writers can submit an original, fantasy themed short story for HEPL’s 3rd Teen Writing Challenge! Let wonder and magic inspire your work! WHO: Students in grades 6-12...

By Christy Franzman The second HEPL Teen Writing Challenge has concluded and 3 winners were chosen out of 46 entries from teens in grades 6-12! The Teen Writing Challenge was the idea of a student who shared it with the library’s Teen Advisory Board (TAB). The TAB...

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 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, or teens who want the chance to win gift cards (no judgement here!), can submit an original poem for HEPL’s 2nd Teen...

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...

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...

By David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian Every Memorial Day, we look at various sites and objects that recognize the sacrifice of American soldiers. Here in Hamilton County, there is one site that is less noticeable and maybe doesn’t get attention like the monument at Veteran’s Plaza...