Featured Events

eBook Tinker Stations

eBook Tinker StationContinuing through 2014, patrons are invited to learn how to select and use eReaders, as well as search and download materials from the Library's extensive collection of eBooks, audiobooks and digital music by visiting the "eBook Tinker Station" at various Indy Library locations

Patrons can drop in anytime during the scheduled two-hour Tinker Station visits which are staffed by an eReader expert who can answer questions about the equipment and collection. The Tinker Stations provide reliable and unbiased information about this growing technology.

Tinker Stations will be available at several times and locations throughout the system.

For individuals who cannot visit a Tinker Station in person, they may call the eBook Tinker Hotline at 275-4500 to have questions answered by qualified staff. 

 

Women in Jazz Celebration

Individuals of all ages are invited to examine the contributions of American women to the jazz movement between the 1920s and 1970s during the "Women in Jazz Celebration," on Monday, April 13 from 5:30 - 8 p.m. at Central Library, in the Clowes Auditorium, 40 E. St. Clair Street.

The evening begins with a jazz performance by noted pianist and recording artist Monika Herzig and her band, followed by a screening of the documentary, "Lady Be Good: Instrumental Women in Jazz" by Kay Ray, which describes the development of all-woman jazz groups through rare footage, photographs and provocative interviews with women musicians. At 7:30 p.m., Ray will discuss the film and answer audience questions.

Call 275-4099 for more information about this free Library event.

 

Ask-a-Lawyer

Adults in need of legal assistance are encouraged to take advantage of a free public service presented by The Indianapolis Public Library, the Indianapolis Bar Association and Indianapolis Bar Foundation entitled "Ask-a-Lawyer" on Tuesday, April 14 from 2 - 6 p.m. at various Library locations.

Qualified, licensed attorneys will provide free, one-on-one legal consultations as a community service.

"Ask-a-Lawyer" will be presented at Central Library as well as the Brightwood, College Avenue, Eagle, East 38th Street, East Washington, Nora, Haughville, Pike, Southport and Lawrence branches.

If individuals are unable to visit any Library location during this prescribed time, they can call 317-269-2000 between 2 - 8 p.m. to speak with an attorney at no cost.