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Great new things are coming to Eckhart Public Library, and our new “Library of Things” is one of them! These “things” will be available for our patrons to check out and use! These include items such as: Kitchen-Aid Mixer Metal Detector GPS Cookie Gun Microscope Tablets Cameras Projectors Telescopes WiFi Hotspots Museum Passes Park Passes […]

Willennar Genealogy Center’s collection is full of Throwback Thursday potential, so let’s get our #TBT on! Today for Throwback Thursday & Women’s History Month we’re featuring a short visual history of women’s fashion in the United States. The clippings featured in the slideshow below were all scanned from a scrapbook of women’s fashions, originally owned […]

“If you thought you were dying, what would matter most?” Eckhart Public Library and DeKalb Health’s Home Health and Hospice are partnering to present The Being Mortal Project on Saturday, March 11, at 2 p.m. The event will include a screening of the Frontline documentary “Being Mortal,” adapted from Atul Gawande’s bestselling book “Being Mortal: […]

  Our annual Eckhart Winter Read doesn’t begin until January 3, but you can start reading for prizes and chances to win grand prizes beginning Tuesday, December 27! No matter your age, you can pick up prizes beginning on Tuesday, January 3, 2017, but all reading completed beginning on Tuesday, December 27, counts toward earning prizes. […]

Willennar Genealogy Center’s collection is full of Throwback Thursday potential, so let’s get our #TBT on! Today, let’s get cooking with a 1907 cookbook from the John Martin Smith Collection! The cookbook, which contains recipes compiled by Miss Catharine E. Parson of Ontario, Canada, is a promotional piece published for the Malleable Steel Range Mfg. […]