CCPL June Newsletter


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This June, the Cambridge City Public Library’s Summer Reading Program kicks off with exciting events for all ages. Readers of all ages are welcome to compete for drawing prizes, with more books read increasing your chances of winning in your age category.

This summer, we are again partnering with the Golay Center to host larger programs in their meeting room. Kids enrolled in the Super Summer Fun program can attend these events. On June 5th at 2 pm, Kristi Ridgeway from Indiana DNR will present at the Golay on native Indiana animals. On June 12th at 6 pm, enjoy “Wizard of Oz” by Steven Puppets at the library. Additionally, on June 19th at 2 pm, storyteller Celestine Bloomfield will entertain the crowd at the Golay Center!

You can sign up for the Summer Reading Program online at, and see the full summer schedule at


Join us on Tuesday, June 25th, for an enlightening session titled “Empower Me to be Clutter Free,” presented by Elisa Worland of Purdue Extension Wayne County. Recommended for ages 18 and up, this workshop will delve into the theory and practice of decluttering. Elisa Worland will share practical tips and strategies to help you organize your space and reduce clutter, making your home more functional and serene. Whether you’re looking to simplify your living environment or gain a better understanding of decluttering principles, this event offers valuable insights and actionable advice. Don’t miss this opportunity to take control of your space and create a clutter-free life!

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Join us for the Evening Book Club on Tuesday, June 25th, at 6:30 pm as we dive into the thrilling pages of “Drowning” by T.J. Newman. This high-stakes novel plunges readers into a gripping tale of survival and heroism. When a commercial flight crashes into the ocean, the survivors must navigate the treacherous waters and their own fears to stay alive. As the clock ticks down, the characters face impossible choices and unexpected alliances, making “Drowning” a heart-pounding read that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Don’t miss this exciting discussion on a novel that explores the limits of human endurance and the power of hope.

The Senior Center Book Club will meet on Wednesday, June 26th, at 1:00 pm at the Senior Center at the Golay to discuss “The River We Remember” by William Kent Krueger. This evocative novel takes us to the heart of Minnesota, where retired sheriff Cork O’Connor embarks on a mission to uncover the truth behind a friend’s mysterious disappearance. Set against the backdrop of the American wilderness, Krueger’s tale weaves themes of redemption, memory, and the relentless pursuit of justice. Join us for an afternoon of engaging conversation as we explore the deep currents of this beautifully crafted story and its memorable characters.

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Join us for the Gamers’ Guild on Mondays, June 3rd and June 17th, at 4:00 pm for exciting sessions of Dungeons and Dragons. Recommended for ages 9-17, these gatherings offer young adventurers the chance to embark on epic quests, develop strategic skills, and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow gamers. Whether you’re a seasoned player or new to the game, come and be part of the adventure!


Our beloved Mother Goose on the Loose program continues to enchant little ones through June and July! Join us every Wednesday at 11:00 am for a delightful mix of stories, rhymes, and songs. Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers, this program offers a fun and interactive way for children to develop early literacy skills while enjoying quality time with their caregivers. Don’t miss out on the fun!

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

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