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About Indianapolis Public Library

Indianapolis Public Library is the community's place to access essential information resources, technology, foster reading and learning, and promote social, economic, recreational, and lifelong learning. It offers career services, immigrant services, mobile printing, public health partnerships, and much more. It was formerly known as the Indianapolis–Marion County Public Library. It was founded in 1873 and is based in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Headquarters Location

40 East Saint Clair Street

Indianapolis, Indiana, 46206,

United States



Latest Indianapolis Public Library News

Author John Green to join Indianapolis panel during Banned Books Week

Sep 25, 2023

Author John Green to join Indianapolis panel during Banned Books Week Author John Green is shown in an undated photo. (Provided Photo/ by: Gregg Montgomery / Updated: Sep 25, 2023 / 03:02 PM EST INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — “The Fault of Our Stars” author John Green will help the Indianapolis Public Library kick off Banned Books Week in October. The library said in a news release Monday that Green, 46, will lead a moderated conversation about banned and challenged books, and intellectual freedom with educator and Indiana state Sen. Andrea Hunley, a Democrat from Indianapolis. The conversation will be at 6 p.m. Oct. 2 at the Clowes Auditorium in the downtown Central Library , 40 E. St. Clair St. Free tickets will be available beginning Tuesday on Eventbrite . The Indianapolis library says Green’s books in its branches have not been reshelved and have been “in demand.” National Banned Books Week, which has been observed for more than 40 years, will be Oct. 1-7, 2023. “Across the nation, efforts to ban books have increased over the last couple of years. Schools and public libraries are impacted by these efforts and must navigate requests to see books relocated or restricted. The Indianapolis Public Library holds intellectual freedom as a critical value. It is important to understand and help educate others on the value of intellectual freedom. Therefore, we are excited to welcome John Green to lead a discussion about this important and timely topic as we start Banned Books Week and celebrate our freedom to read.” Gregory Hill, chief executive officer of the Indianapolis Public Library

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    Indianapolis Public Library's headquarters is located at 40 East Saint Clair Street, Indianapolis.



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