View The Eclipse At The Warsaw Community Public Library

By Amanda McFarland, Adult Programming Coordinator WARSAW — The All-American Solar Eclipse is coming and Warsaw Community Public Library has just the thing to help community members enjoy it. WCPL has applied for and received 1,000 pairs of Solar Eclipse glasses. The glasses will be available at WCPL’s … Read More

August Programs At The WCPL For Adult And Teens

By Amanda McFarland, Adult Programming Coordinator Though the Summer Reading Program has ended for the year, there is still plenty to do at Warsaw Community Public Library. Sally Reuter will lead a primitive American flag painting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 1. Register. Teens can play video games, … Read More

Library Craft Event Benefits Local Charities

WARSAW — Wednesday, July 26, at the Warsaw Community Public Library, the Pay It Forward craft event was held. The free event allowed participants to make two crafts – one to take home and another to be donated to a local charity. Tables were set up with supplies … Read More

WiFi Printing / Print From Home Available At the Warsaw Community Public Library

By Amanda McFarland, Adult Programming Coordinator WARSAW – Printing documents at Warsaw Community Public Library has never been more convenient, thanks to newly added Wi-Fi printing and print-from-home technology by PrinterOn. Typically, when someone wants to access the library’s printing services, they need to be on-site and access … Read More

Summer Movie Releases

By Melissa Chapman, Cataloging Supervisor With the summer being unusually cool and wet, where can one go to find affordable entertainment? The Warsaw Community Public Library has a plethora of things to keep you entertained when the weather is not cooperating. We offer a wide range of DVDs, … Read More

Escape Room Popularity Is No Puzzle

  WARSAW — Tuesday, June 27, the Warsaw Community Public Library hosted two escape room events – one for teens and one for adults. The teen and adult escape room games were very similar, with only minor changes in difficulty. An escape room is an adventure game in … Read More

Warsaw Community Library Summer Programs

By Amanda McFarland, Adult Programming Administrator Take a break from summer’s heat with these upcoming, “cool” programs at Warsaw Community Public Library. Chess Club meets at 10 a.m. Saturdays. Jon Siesennop presents, “Travel to Israel” at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 3. Register. Ages 13-18 can “drop in” to … Read More

Lusk Promotes Message Of Unity Through Magic And Humor

WARSAW — Daniel Lusk, a professional entertainer from Indianapolis, performed his new show, “Leggo My Magic Show,” Friday, June 16, at the Warsaw Community Public Library. Lusk entertains and educates thousands of people each year through magic, comedy and puppets. He performs hundreds of shows every year at … Read More

Fab Fridays At Warsaw Community Public Library

By Katie Warrener, Children’s Services WARSAW — Do you have young innovators in the family? We invite all budding builders, engineers, architects, and artists to make it a “Fab Friday” at the public library this summer. Fab Friday is a pop-up makerspace, a place for school-age children to … Read More

Paczkowski Honored For Serving As Library Trustee

WARSAW — During the Warsaw Community Public Library Board of Trustees meeting held Monday, June 12, library trustee Rick Paczkowski was honored during his last meeting for serving on the board for eight years. Paczkowski has decided not to pursue another term with the library board after his … Read More

Warsaw Library Hosts Stories In The Park Program

WARSAW — Every Monday from 11 to 11:30 a.m. during the month of June, Warsaw Community Public Library will be offering Stories in the Park at Central Park, Warsaw. This will include stories, songs and rhymes with special guest readers. No registration or library card is required in … Read More

Science Central Presents Program At Warsaw Library

WARSAW — “What’s the Matter,” a program about solids, liquids, gas and plasma was presented by Science Central, Fort Wayne at Warsaw Community Public Library Thursday, June 8. The presentation included demonstrations and interactive experiments. Dry ice, balloons, rubber nails and other items were used during the demonstrations. … Read More

Build A Better World At The Warsaw Community Public Library

By Ann M. Zydek, Library Director I invite you to visit Warsaw Community Public Library this summer as we celebrate 100 years of service and to register for the library’s summer reading program, “Build a Better World” during the months of June and July. Explore program activities at … Read More

Adult And Teen Summer Activities At The Warsaw Community Public Library

By Amanda McFarland, Adult Programming Administrator WARSAW — Teens and adults can participate in the following activities this summer at Warsaw Community Public Library. Adults Build self-defense skills with Steve Zorn from 6-7:30 p.m. Monday, June 5. Register. Paint a masterpiece with Carl Mosher from 5:30-8 p.m. Wednesday, … Read More

One Hundred Years and Counting at Warsaw Public Library

One hundred years after its construction in 1917, Warsaw Community Public Library is once again getting crowded. The original structure was called the Carnegie Library, named after the corporation which provided the grant for its construction: $15,000 for a 6,134 square foot building. There was a librarian and … Read More