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Meth in Southern Indiana Lunch & Learn

It’s not too late to sign up for this Lunch & Learn. Methamphetamine use and production are issues that affect the safety and welfare of everyone in the community.  State Representative Ron Bacon will discuss the history of methamphetamine, its effect on our community, and what is being done to combat this growing problem. Join […]

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Author Annie Barrows Coming to Victory Theatre

Don’t forget, one of the authors of “The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society” will speak at the EVPL sponsored “One Book, One Community” on Wednesday, November 16 @7:30 pm.  She will answer questions and sign books also. The event is free and open to the public.  Previous authors who spoke in  Evansville include: […]

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Lilian Jackson Braun

Sadly, author of the popular “The Cat Who” series Lilian Jackson Braun, 97 passed away Saturday, June 4.  She published 31 books (2 collections of short stories and 29 “Cat Who” books) and wrote all her books in long hand – the books have been translated into 16 languages, distributed worldwide and sold in the […]

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2011 Adult Summer Reading Sponsors

We are so grateful to our wonderful sponsors that have given generously to our 2011 Adult Summer Reading Program @Central.  They are (in alphabetical order): Anonymous Staff Member Curves Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union Friends of Ohio Township Public Library System Holiday World/Splashin’ Safari Knob Hill Mesker Park Zoo Sunburst Stained Glass Co. Toyota Motor […]

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Mike Whicker to Attend Upcoming Book Discussion

Sunday, May 22 @2 we’re discussing “Blood of the Reich” by local author Mike Whicker at Central in Newburgh.   We’ll be in the Young Adult Activity Room.  Whicker has also written “Invitation to Valhalla” (which takes place in and around Evansville)  and “Proper Suda” (written w/his students at Reitz).   “Blood of the Reich” is […]

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