There are lots of new faces in the Children’s and Teen’s Area at the Frankfort Community Public Library, so now it is time to meet your library staff. Be sure to drop by the library and tell our talented educators …
Parents and caregivers interested in learning more about homeschooling and finding resources are invited to a Homeschool 101 session with Kathy Hodge
All Together Now! Frankfort Community Public Library and the Branches in Michigantown, Rossville, and Mulberry invite community members of all ages to come “All Together Now” for Summer Reading! The theme this year is kindness, friendship, and unity and we …
The Frankfort Community Public Library is excited to announce a poetry writing workshop featuring the president of the Poetry Society of Indiana, John Hinton, on Saturday, April 1, at 11:00 a.m. at the Library’s Teen Department. The event is in coordination with the FCPL’s inaugural literary journal, The Edge, which will feature the work of local teen writers and authors.
Our circulating book club kits contain 10 books, a discussion guide, and sometimes a few surprises. Kits are available to check out for free with your library card.
Natalie D Richards is great at writing suspenseful, perilous novels. I’m hoping to get the chance to meet her at my library soon!
Frankfort Community Public Library is excited to announce a visit from NY Times best selling author, Natalie D. Richards. The free event, held in Skanta Theatre at the Frankfort Community Public Library, is Wed., March 8, at 1:00 p.m. and is open to the public.
The Clinton County Youth Theatre is excited to announce that their next show will be Disney’s Moana JR. In anticipation of the musical, the Frankfort Community Public Library is holding two audition workshop opportunities. The workshops are on Saturday, March 4 and 5, from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. in Skanta Theatre
CCYT returns to the Skanta Theatre to present Sideways Stories from Wayside School on Thurs.-Sat., Jan. 26-28!
FCPL’s first TeenTober program, Scary Stories in the Library, will take place all month in October. To participate students may visit the Teen Department to share a frightening, or silly, tale. Youth may create their stories individually or team up with a friend(s). Everyone who participates will receive a small prize.