"A library book...is not, then, an article of mere consumption but fairly of capital, and often in the case of professional men, setting out in life, is their only capital." — Thomas Jefferson
HOOSIER QUEST has begun! We urge readers of all ages (babies to senior citizens) to come in an join in the fun! Let's celebrate Indiana's 200th birthday all summer long.
Hoosier Quest begins Monday, May 16, and ends on Saturday, July 9. The reading program was even endorsed by the Bicentennial Commission!
This is one of our mascots this summer, Theodore the Explorer:
Mark Twain mingled, attendees ate and drank, and money was raised for new carpeting/flooring and paint during the Rushville Public Library's Fund-Raiser on Saturday, April 16th.
Nearly 75 people attended the event which featured microbrewery beer from the Wooden Bear, wine from Buck Creek Winery, and pulled pork sandwiches made by Gettingers Family Meats.
Join us for our brand new adult program at the Rushville Public Library that we started in January. Men and women are invited to Color to Relax each fourth Wednesday of the month from 1 to 3 PM. The next Color to Relax is Wednesday, May 25. There's no registration. Just bring yourself and be ready to enjoy some relaxing coloring and refreshments! We also might have a door prize!
eBooks are HERE!
Here's what you need to do:
1. Get or renew your Rushville Public Library card. Pay any fines you might owe.
2. Ask us to give you a 4-digit PIN number
3. Rev up your e-reading device (iPad, iPhone, Kindle, Android device, etc)
4. Get ready to follow the links on this website!