Teens Tag

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: 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...

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: Heidi Herald Welcome back to the What’s Cooking @ HEPL blog! I am Heidi Herald, a Public Services Librarian at Hamilton East Public Library. I will be reviewing one of the library’s cookbooks each month. In this third installment, we will look at the wonderful...

March is Disability Awareness Month, sponsored by the Indiana Governor's Council for People with Disabilities. Throughout March, the Hamilton East Public Library will offer an array of programs and resources for individuals, parents, caregivers, and allies to promote awareness of disabilities, provide resources and opportunities...

By: Heidi Herald Welcome to the What’s Cooking @ HEPL blog! I am Heidi Herald, a Public Services Librarian at Hamilton East Public Library. I will be reviewing one of the library’s cookbooks each month. In this second installment, we will look at the popular cookbook...

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...