NORTH WEBSTER — Whether you are a business person doing market research or a student with a term paper due, North Webster Community Public Library is a resource for just about any kind of information patrons need.
Although the library has an inclusive reference department, its ability to provide information goes beyond its brick and mortar walls. The library offers 12 searchable online databases available on its website. Just go to the library’s website at www.nweb.lib.in.us, click on the “Research Tools” tab and the databases are listed at the right of the page. Additional local and genealogy databases can be found by clicking on the “Local History and Genealogy” tab. The “Youth Resources” page also offers resources for kids and teens.
Those visiting the library in-person can access the genealogy website ancestry.com free of charge using the computers inside the Local History and Genealogy Room.
While visiting the library, stop by the youth department and check out the new arrivals. The youth department has updated its collections with many new children’s books, which are on display for easy browsing.
The library, in partnership with The Watershed Foundation, is proud to announce it has been selected by Indiana Humanities to host a Smithsonian-curated traveling exhibit as part of the Museum on Main Street program. The exhibit entitled “Water/Ways” will be on display inside the library from June 26 to Aug. 8. Watch for more details in the coming months.