Pile of "I Vote" buttons
Main Library
Meeting Rooms A, B & C
Tuesday, September 27 at 6:30 pm

Hear from candidates for the 2022 General Election at this candidate forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters. Attendees will have an opportunity to speak one-to-one with the candidates following the forum.

Sponsored by Vigo County Public Library, the League of Women Voters, Vote Vigo, NAACP, and Tribune-Star.

Pile of "I Vote" buttons
Main Library
Meeting Rooms A, B & C
Tuesday, September 20 at 6:30 pm

Hear from candidates for the 2022 General Election at this candidate forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters. Attendees will have an opportunity to speak one-to-one with the candidates following the forum.

Sponsored by Vigo County Public Library, the League of Women Voters, Vote Vigo, NAACP, and Tribune-Star.

Diverse members of the LGBTQIA+ community
Main Library
Meeting Rooms A, B & C
Wednesday, September 14 at 6:00 pm

Ages 16 & Up: In June, 1969, patrons of the Stonewall Inn in New York City staged a series of spontaneous demonstrations against the constant harassment and raids they endured. This historic event marked a turning point for the LGBTQIA+ community, as pride marches spread throughout the United States every June. Learn more about Pride Month, the reasons why it’s celebrated, and how to honor LGBTQIA+ history with the Pride Center of Terre Haute.

Young girl dressed up as superhero
Main Library
Conference Room
Thursday, July 28 at 11:30 am

Ages 5–19: Your child can develop strong life and leadership skills, prevent bullying, and become a positive role model with Girls of Excellence Mentoring. Each session, Executive Director Tante Vaughn will encourage girls to examine the complex issues they face through group discussion, bolster their self-esteem, and teach them how to set goals for themselves.

Young girl dressed up as superhero
Main Library
Conference Room
Thursday, July 21 at 11:30 am

Ages 5–19: Your child can develop strong life and leadership skills, prevent bullying, and become a positive role model with Girls of Excellence Mentoring. Each session, Executive Director Tante Vaughn will encourage girls to examine the complex issues they face through group discussion, bolster their self-esteem, and teach them how to set goals for themselves.

Young girl dressed as superhero
Main Library
Conference Room
Thursday, July 14 at 11:30 am

Ages 5–19: Your child can develop strong life and leadership skills, prevent bullying, and become a positive role model with Girls of Excellence Mentoring. Each session, Executive Director Tante Vaughn will encourage girls to examine the complex issues they face through group discussion, bolster their self-esteem, and teach them how to set goals for themselves.

Young girl dressed up as superhero
Main Library
Conference Room
Thursday, July 7 at 11:30 am

Ages 5–19: Your child can develop strong life and leadership skills, prevent bullying, and become a positive role model with Girls of Excellence Mentoring. Each session, Executive Director Tante Vaughn will encourage girls to examine the complex issues they face through group discussion, bolster their self-esteem, and teach them how to set goals for themselves.

Teenagers hanging out together
Main Library
Teen Space
Wednesday, July 13 at 6:30 pm

Ages 12-19: Do you want to impact what you see at the Library? As a Teen Advisory Board member, you can plan incredible programs, implement popular trends, and serve as a positive role model for your peers and community. TAB meets monthly and welcomes all newcomers.

Bag of groceries with staple foods
Community Locations
630 Wabash Avenue
Saturday, July 9 at 10:30 am

Ages 0-10: Not everyone has access to fresh fruits and vegetables, but spaces like food pantries and community kitchens ensure that everyone can enjoy a decent meal. Learn more about food insecurity and the measures that can be taken to combat it with age-appropriate stories, open discussion with peers, and helpful tips and resources to keep the conversation going with your child after storytime has ended.

Illustration of woman wearing Pan-African flag blowing in the breeze
Main Library
Lobby
Thursday, June 30 at 12:00 pm

Even though Juneteenth has only recently been recognized as a federal holiday, observations of this date has played an important role in the development of American culture. Dr. Kimberly Stanley, assistant history professor at Indiana State University, will explain the history of Juneteenth and the impact that its celebration has had over the past 150 years.

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