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Welcome to the Kirklin Public Library

We are open on Monday’s from 12-5, Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 10-5, Friday’s 12-5, and Saturday from 10-3.

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As libraries phase in services, the library experience will be different for staff, residents, and community partners than in pre-COVID-19 times.

•Staffing – Indiana’s library staff are its most valuable resource. Library staff will follow guidance from the CDC and new processes to maintain health and safety for all. Staff will work in shifts to limit contacts. 

•Hours – Library hours will be limited. Online resources will continue 24/7.

  1. We offer “Parking Lot Wifi” if you need access to the internet. You can park on the North side of the building, the username is PublicLibrary and the password is kirklinlibrary.
  2. We also offer online books and audio books through OverDrive and the Libby app. All you need is your Library card barcode and 4 digit pin. If you need either of these items, please email hturner@kirklinlibrary.com and we will get that information to you.

Click here for Libby App tutorial

  1. Also, if you are a resident of Kirklin Township and do not currently have a library card, you can click  the link below to Pre-Register for a library card.

Pre-Registration for Evergreen Card

The Kirklin Public Library provides the residents of Kirklin and Kirklin Township with materials and programs for their educational, informational, and recreational needs. The library also provides access to electronic resources, on-line services, and Inter-library loan services to other libraries in the United States. Materials and services are available to all members of the community on a suitable basis.

“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”
Dr. Seuss

“Wrinkles should merely indicate where the smiles have been.”
Mark Twain

“It takes a great deal of courage to stand up to your enemies, but even more to stand up to your friends.”
J.K. Rowling

“Although the world is suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it.”
Helen Keller