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DeKalb Central students working to complete their eLearning assignments from Friday, February 17 – Monday, February 27 can do so at Eckhart Public Library! Click here for more information.

Say “Hello” to the newest member of the Eckhart Public Library family! Thanks to the generosity of longtime library patron Ginger Post, Eckhart Public Library is able to add one more “staff member” – “The Librarian,” a stainless steel sculpture by James Havens of Woodville, Ohio. Post has purchased the sculpture and donated it to […]

Eckhart Public Library has limited quantities of federal and state tax forms and instructions available now. Patrons who need additional forms, instructions, or publications can print them at the library for $0.15 a page.  Forms, publications, and instructional booklets are also available on the IRS’s website.  Patrons can also order tax products online or by […]

A new year means a new start. Whether it’s getting organized, traveling more, staying fit, eating healthier, or learning something new, Eckhart Public Library has you covered. For a good start to 2016, stop by Eckhart Public Library Thursday, January 7, from 1:00 – 2:30 pm or 6:00 -7:30 pm for information on health and nutrition […]

The weather may be unseasonably warm, but the holiday shopping season is definitely here. Holiday shopping is increasingly done online with Cyber Monday deals competing with in-store sales. Online shoppers can do many things to protect their privacy online. Try not to shop using a public computer. If you must use a public computer, be […]

Saturday, November 14, at 1 pm, members of the Indiana Bigfoot Research Organization will be at Eckhart Public Library to discuss their research methods and findings. Stop by to learn about Bigfoot sightings in Indiana and other Midwestern states. Refreshments will be served. If you’re interested in Bigfoot or other cryptids, check out these books!

Eckhart Public Library requests the community’s input as it plans for the future. In creating its new strategic plan, the library hopes to respond to the needs of the community with an openness to change and a focus on outcomes, Director Janelle H. Graber said. This includes exploring fluctuations in circulation and a downturn in […]

As part of the Eckhart Summer Read Grand Finale, the library is holding a superhero costume contest for people of all ages!   Children, teens, and adults can dress up as their favorite heroes.  This includes popular superheroes, historical heroes, and original superheroes; use your imaginations!  Costumes do not need to be completely homemade, but they […]