All posts by Jennifer Cygert

Story stroll

The Walkerton-Lincoln Township Library is excited to announce our new Story Stroll at Miller’s Merry Manor in Walkerton, IN. The Story Stroll is outside along the walking path past the residents windows which will allow children and families to wave and interact with the residents, hopefully providing joy for them and the visitors of our Story Stroll. Miller’s Merry Manor is also providing candy canes for children from the Walkerton Elementary School the week of December 14th when they come to visit.

Playing with Fire

Ready for a family friendly comedy filled with laughs for parents and children. Come to The Walkerton Parks Department Soccer Plex on September 18, 2020 to see Playing with Fire!! As usual there will be free popcorn and drinks and hot dogs to purchase. Admission is also free! Great Friday Family Night option.

Movie in the park

Thanks to the sponsorship of the Walkerton Town Board, August 21, 2020 at 9:30 pm Eastern the Walkerton Parks Department and Walkerton-Lincoln Township Public Library will be showing Trolls World Tour at the Walkerton Soccer Plex.
Please join us for a fun evening with free popcorn and free admission! The concession stand will be open with hotdogs, chips, and drinks.

Angels in the outfield movie night

July 17, 2020 the Walkerton-Lincoln Township Public Library and Walkerton Parks Department will be bringing Angels in the Outfield to the Walkerton Soccer Plex. Movie will play at 9:30 PM EDT. You are welcome to begin arriving to find the perfect seat at 8:30 PM. The Parks Department Concession Stand will be open and FREE popcorn will be available in limited quantities. Huge THANK YOU to the Walkerton Chamber of Commerce for Sponsoring our first outdoor movie of the year!

Coming soon

We will be starting by appointment only document services next week. Call the library at 574-279-0177 to schedule an appointment to come in to print, fax, or copy documents. Need to use a computer to file your unemployment paperwork or other important documents, call us and schedule an appointment. This is not for playing games on the computers or checking social media, those things can be done from the parking lot with out free WiFi and your electronic devise. This is a service we will be offering for free to assist in a challenging time. The number of people in the library will be very limited. We request you wear a face mask in the library (for our protection and yours) and do not request an appointment if you have a fever, cough, or any other COVID-19 symptoms. Thank you for understanding and working with us to keep everyone safe.