(219) 873-3042 | 100 E. 4th Street, Michigan City, IN 46360 | Open Monday-Saturday, 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
The library is open while under construction. The front entry is closed. A temporary public entrance is available through the east-side doors, located near the drive-up book drop. Find out more about the renovation project...
To support the health and safety of our community, public seating, puppets, puzzles, blocks, and AWE computers are unavailable in Youth Services until further notice. Thank you for your understanding!
Tinker, design, and explore in the new Makerspace available in the Youth Services department! The Makerspace includes technology and supplies for imaginative projects and library-led activities. Kids ages 6 to 18 can use the Makerspace with permission from their parent/guardian. A parent or guardian must first complete and sign a Makerspace agreement. Find out more…
The library now offers Launchpads, tablets pre-loaded with apps just for kids and teens. Launchpads include interactive learning apps, games, comics, and casual games. From math and monkeys to science and superheroes, every Launchpad is a new adventure. Check one out today.
Celebrate the joy of reading and earn a fun reward along the way. You can sign up at the library’s Youth Services Desk. Everyone is welcome to participate–children, teens, and adults. The Summer Reading Program begins in June and ends in August.
The Young Hoosier Book Award encourages Indiana students to read for fun. There are three levels of nominees: Picture Books (kindergarten-3rd grade), Intermediate (4th-6th grade), and Middle Grade (6th-8th grade).