Whiting's Carnegie Library Serving the Community Since 1906
The Whiting Public Library is a service institution. It seeks to inform, educate, entertain, and culturally enrich the entire community by providing books, services, and other library materials free for all to use.
Laura Keyes will present her program titled Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Real Story on Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 2 p.m. Hear the real history of Wilder, and discover the times, places, and people who inspired her wonderful books. Please register for this program by calling the Whiting Public Library at 659-0269 x110.
The Library is Open 24 Hours a Day
If you want to download an ebook, audiobook, or stream a movie then click on Overdrive. Want to learn a new language why not try Rocket Languages. Likewise, for our younger patrons we have Tumble Books. Sony music's complete catalog of mp3 files is available for you to download at Freegal. If you want to browse through popular magazines then Zinio is the link for you. Finally, if you are interested in discovering your family history then click on Heritage Quest. The only thing you need to access these free entertainment venues is a Whiting Public Library card. If you have any questions stop by or call (219) 659-0269 x110.
The Escape of Caroline
Bob Sander and Deborah Asante will be at the Whiting Public Library on Saturday, February 27th at 2 p.m. to perform their dramatization The Escape of Caroline. Audience members will be thrilled by harrowing moments of decision and danger in this true life story of Caroline as she and her children face capture while traversing Decatur County via the Underground Railroad. Please register for this program by calling the Whiting Public Library at 659-0269 x110.