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Library of Trees

We are excited for the 3rd annual Library of Trees event at the New Castle Henry-County Public Library. Organizations and members of the community are encouraged to visit and or…

Late fine free: what does that mean?

Starting September 1, 2022, the library will stop charging late fines on all library materials. The library started eliminating late fines for children’s books in 2019. With the success of…

New Self-Checkout Stations

The library has three new self checkout stations, two at the main circulation desk and one in the children’s department. Our recent visitors Elephant and Piggie decided to study them…

Adult and Teen Summer Reading 2022

Summer Reading is here again and we are excited to introduce a new way to log your minutes. Reader Zone is an easy to use app that not only helps…
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Upcoming Events

  • Bookmobile Stop: N CR 200 W & Sulphur Springs Rd.

    11/29/22 @ 10:00am - 11/29/22 @ 10:45am Bookmobile Get a library card and borrow books, DVDs, eBooks, and much more.  All ages welcome.

  • Morning Movie: Ice Age-Dawn of the Dinosaurs

    01/14/23 @ 10:00am - 01/14/23 @ 12:00pm AUDITORIUM Main Branch After Sid (John Alberto Leguizamo) pilfers some dinosaur eggs, Manny (Ray Romano), Diego (Denis Leary) and the rest of their […]

  • First Chapter Friday

    01/27/23 @ 12:00pm - 01/27/23 @ 12:15pm Main Branch Watch the library's YouTube Channel for a reading of the first chapter of The Dinosaur Hunter by Homer Hickam  here.