CCPL April Newsletter


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PAWS For Reading

Archer Smith reading to Charlie

Archer Smith reading to Charlie (Pictured Above)

It’s beginning to feel like old times again in the library.  Mrs. Kim had a full house this morning for Mother Goose Story Time for the first time since before the pandemic.  Our Friends of the Library have been working hard sorting through many boxes of new donations for the ongoing book sale. The Board Room and quiet areas of the library are being used for tutoring sessions and meetings more often.  People that we haven’t seen for a couple of years are coming back in to find books to check out.  Dogs are in the library for PAWS for Reading again!

Emerging and beginning readers of all ages will enjoy practicing reading with Amanda Corman’s trained therapy dogs at PAWS for Reading.  April PAWS for Reading dates are scheduled for Wednesdays, April 13, 20, and 27 from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm.  Colt and Charlie are sweet dogs who enjoy helping children learn to read.  Pre-readers are also welcome!  You may read books to a pre-reader in the PAWS program.  Reading to a patient, non-judgmental canine friend can help people feel less nervous and self-conscious about sounding out words.

April Book Clubs

Midnight Library

Evening Book Club meets Tuesday, April 26 at 6:30 pm at the Cambridge City Public Library at 600 West Main to discuss The Midnight Library by Matt Haig.  Our group welcomes new members!  Call 765-478-3335 to reserve your book now.


Our Senior Center Book Club meets Wednesday, April 27, at 1:00 pm at the Golay Center, 1007 East Main in Cambridge City.  This group is also discussing The Midnight Library by Matt Haig.  Copies of the book are available to pick up at the Golay Center.  

April News


Calling all toddlers and preschoolers!  Mother Goose Story Time happens on Wednesdays, April 6, 13, 20, and 27 at 10:30 a.m.  Mrs. Kim will share stories, songs, rhymes, music, movement, and fun with your child.  All ages are welcome to enjoy the fun, and the program is especially geared towards toddlers and preschoolers.  No pre-registration is necessary.

We can print off tax forms for you from at the library, but we did not receive any federal tax booklets or forms this year.  We do have a limited supply of Indiana state forms to pick up.  You can always fill your taxes out online, using our public computers, but if that doesn’t appeal to you, you can request free copies of IRS tax forms and instructions be mailed to you by calling 800-829-3676.

One-on-one Computer Help:  Do you need help with a job application, a resume, or just general help navigating the computer?  Call 765-478-3335 to sign up for an appointment for one-on-one help with retired business instructor Jodi Johnson.

Cambridge City Public Library
600 W. Main Street
Cambridge City, IN 47327

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