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Face Masks are Advised at Libraries

Beginning Tuesday, April 6th, 2021, face masks will be advised for all patrons and staff of the Newton County Public Library.  

 

Patrons 8 years of age or older are advised to wear face masks to enter the Library.  The Libraries will have a few masks for patrons that do not have them.

According to the Mayo Clinic, face masks, combined with other preventive measures, such as frequent hand-washing and social distancing, help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has altered his mandate to advise facemask use beginning April 6th, 2021.

The Newton County Public Library Staff and Board thank you for your understanding and support as we move forward in preventing the spread of COVID-19.

NCPL Enters Phase 6 of COVID-19 Response

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Newton County Public Library system is pleased to announce that we have entered Phase 6 of our COVID-19, which means we are in full, normal operations.

As of Monday, June 1st the community rooms at Lake Village, Morocco and Roselawn Libraries will be available for full Library and public use as stated in the Library's Community Room Use Policy. 

Groups and organizations may use our facilities on weekends, patrons may rent our facilities, and we will are now able to book multiple events each day.

"Please keep in mind that should we experience a resurgence of COVID-19 we may have to change this usage," state Library Director Mary K. Emmrich.  "It is our hope that we continue to move forward with case counts improving from vaccination."

Visit your branch of the Newton County Public Library to schedule community room use, ask questions, or learn more.

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Register online for Evergreen Indiana Library Card

If you do not have an Evergreen Indiana Library card, and you want to use our electronic books, magazines, or downloadable audiobooks, you may register online for a card.

Staff will review your request, finalize it, and approve it. You will be mailed your Evergreen Indiana library card and Personal Identification Number (PIN) so that you may take advantage of our great selection of materials in downloadable format.

Newton County Public Library is committed to helping our communities work through this difficult time.

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Newton County Public Library is proud to be an Evergreen Indiana Library - Evergreen Indiana is a growing consortium of more than 100 public, school and institutional libraries located throughout Indiana that use the Evergreen ILS. Patrons of member libraries can use their Evergreen Indiana library card to view the catalogs and borrow materials from the other member libraries, and are always welcome to visit member libraries.

Coronavirus Information

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) summary of information COVID-19 is being updated constantly, and is available to you.  Please click on the attached link for further information. 

Call 211 to schedule a time to received a COVID-19 vaccination in your community.

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The Indiana Digital Consortium is our consortium's online presence at OverDrive. The consortium is comprised of more than 100 public libraries across Indiana that are pooling funds to purchase digital content for their patrons. If Newton County Public Library is your home library you are welcome to checkout Ebooks/audiobooks from our collection.

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The Indiana Gateway for Government Units is a data collection and transparency portal supported by the State of Indiana and Indiana University and used by thousands of local government officials, academic researchers, and taxpayers. 

Gateway collects and provides access to information about how taxes and other public dollars are budgeted and spent by Indiana's local units of government.

INSPIRE is Indiana's Virtual Online Library. INSPIRE is a collection of online academic databases and other information resources that can be accessed by Indiana residents. INSPIRE began in January 1998 as a project of the Indiana State Library, funded by a one-time development grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc. Since that time, INSPIRE has been supported by the Indiana General Assembly through Build Indiana Funds and the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA), and through a partnerhsip with the Academic Libraries of Indiana (ALI).
INSPIRE includes full-text magazine and journal articles, websites, pamphlets, images, almanacs, full-text historic newspapers, multimedia, library catalogs, and much more. 
INSPIRE is a free resource available to all Indiana residents who have Internet access. Other states may offer similar services to their own residents.