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2020 Tax Forms
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 »
Easy New Year’s Resolution
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 »
Get WalkIN’ in 2021
Set your own goals and track however you wish in this Virtual Walking Club sponsored by the Jay County Public Library and Purdue Extension Jay County. Register here.
December Newsletter is Available Now!
View our December NewsNotes ready for you to view. NewsNotes archives are available here.
Virtual Santa Visits!
Give your child the gift of a virtual Santa visit this year! Jay County Public Library is offering a free opportunity for you and your child to talk with Santa via Zoom from the comfort of your own home. Simply go to the library’s Facebook page or come to the library to fill out a… Read more »
The Evergreen Indiana system will be upgraded starting late on November 25th and will be down until November 29th. This will impact your ability to renew materials, place holds, get a new card, and all other My Account functions. This upgrade will improve staff functions in the system and provide more information on the patron… Read more »
November News Notes is Available
View your newsletter and calendar for November.
NEWSNOTES is Back!
Get your October newsletter and calendar online. Note the new time for Mother Goose who is flying back to the library in October.
A New Way of Doing Things
Change is often a good idea but not always. Sometimes changes are forced upon us and we have to choose how we respond. Lately it seems there are new instructions every week as to what we can do and how to do it. Nobody imagined that a new Roaring ’20s would involve all the roaring… Read more »