Ready to help boost your child’s kindergarten readiness before they start school in the Fall? KiPS is a “jumpstart” into kindergarten program sponsored by the Jay County Public Library and Jay Schools. Any child who is eligible for kindergarten in the Jay Schools for the 2021-2022 school year can register. This year KiPS will be… Read more »
JCPL wants to share our love with our military community in May. With your help we plan to send care packages to more than 10 active duty service men and women who have a connection with Jay County. We will be collecting items to send between May 1 and May 22. Packages will be mailed… Read more »
Our News Notes Newsletter for May 2021 is available along with our program calendar.
Jay County Public Library will be accepting submissions of original poetry from April 1st – April 20th, by Jay County residents. The rules for the contest are pretty simple. The poem must be from Jay County, your poem must be all original content and be able to be read in 3 minutes or less. It… Read more »
The April News Notes Newsletter is now available. Click here for April’s issue and all back issues.
The Jay County Public Library is accepting applications, accompanied by resume and letter of interest, for a full-time library assistant. Job description and requirements for the position are available at the following links. Application Job Posting Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
March NewsNotes is now available. Click here to access current and archived issues of the library’s newsletter and event calendars.
Our February News Notes Newsletter and calendar are available for viewing or printing. Follow this link for current issue and back issues or our newsletter.
The Indiana Department of Revenue recently made the decision to stop printing State tax forms for distribution at public libraries. The State made this decision partly to cut costs and partly to encourage tax-payers to begin filing their taxes on-line. So, with that in mind, starting February 1, JCPL will print the State tax booklets… Read more »
Keep your New Year’s Resolution simple this year. Just resolve to “Read More!” Your ‘More’ can be anything you want it to be. You could read more books about health, more books about historical people or events, more classic books or debut books, maybe read more books to your kids, or even more magazines. Maybe… Read more »