photo of Warren Public LibraryWelcome to the Warren Public Library website.  From here you can access our catalog, learn about upcoming library events, and find links to other resources.  We serve Salamonie Township in Huntington County, Indiana and anyone else with an active Evergreen Indiana library card.  Founded in 1916, we are now over 100 years old!




Take Flight! Wildlife Education with Mark Booth – Wednesday June 16th at 1:00 PM

Take Flight! will be here at 1:00PM on Wednesday, June 16th at Solid Rock United Methodist.

Mark will be sharing a talk called “Birds of Prey and People.” Raptors: hawks, owls, falcons, and their kin have long held our imagination. See what it’s like to be hawk eyed or falcon fast by meeting these magnificent predators up close and hearing the stories of our shared history.

Everyone is welcome to attend, not just those involved in summer reading.



Summer Reading 2021

Hello adults and young readers, we are gearing up for summer reading at the Warren Public Library.  The theme this year is Tails & Tales, a mix of animals and fairy tales.  Our adult program is also scheduled for this summer.

Sign-ups for all ages begin Tuesday June 1st, right after Memorial Day. 

Summer Reading starts Monday June 7th.  Kids and teens will run until the end of July.  Adults run until the end of August.

Stay tuned this week to learn what special programs are visiting the library this year.  We have some returning favorites and some exciting new guests. 


Tails and Tales Summer Reading Guests

Our last special guests for Tails and Tales this year are quite fitting: the Zoomobile crew from the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo.
The Zoomobile will be at 1:00PM on Wednesday, June 30th at Solid Rock United Methodist.
Zoo instructors and some special furry guests will come to talk about animal habitats. Every animal has four basic needs that must be met in their habitat in order to survive.
Everyone is welcome to attend, not just those involved in summer reading.

Our third summer reading guests are returning favorites Brian and Christina Getz from Pretty Funny Balloons. 

Pretty Funny Balloons will be here at 1:00PM on Wednesday, June 23rd at Solid Rock United Methodist.

We will explore the animal kingdom by:

– Reading and acting out a children’s book with audience volunteers and balloon costumes,

– Teaching everyone how to make their own balloon animal to take home,

– Learning about the biggest, smallest, cutest and deadliest animals in the world with high energy balloon sculpting,

– Sharing some of our favorite animal books, and

– Learning how we can protect the environment where animals live (including learning where a balloon comes from.)

Everyone is welcome to attend, not just those involved in summer reading.






The Warren Tribune and the Warren Weekly are now available on the Internet via the Warren Public Library’s (WPL) website.

There are nearly 37,000 searchable pages available of The Warren Tribune (1898-1985), and nearly 8,000 searchable pages available of the Warren Weekly (1986-2000).

The website allows you to search, pan, view, zoom in, zoom out, clip, fit to width, fit to height, rotate, view previous object, view previous page, advance page, and print the newspaper pages with the click of your mouse.




Attention Warren Public Library cardholders, let us introduce you to Hoopla!

Hoopla is a digital service that expands your options even further.  Hoopla offers:

  • Audiobooks
  • Comics
  • eBooks
  • Movies
  • Music
  • Television shows

Very simple instructions to get you started on Hoopla:

  1. To sign up, click the link here.  https://www.hoopladigital.com
  2. Near the top click on “Get Started Today.”
  3. Put in your preferred email address.
  4. Set up a password.
  5. On “Choose Your Library,” select Warren Public Library.
  6. Enter your library card number.
  7. Enter your library PIN.Don’t remember your PIN?  Call us at 260-375-3450 and we can reset it for you.
  8. PLEASE NOTE – As of right now, each card is limited to just FIVE checkouts per month.



Online Database Feature – World Book Online

Did you know the library has access to several research databases, some geared for school curriculum?  World Book Online lists its mission as such:

“To enhance learning and reading for children around the world by developing trustworthy, engaging content to create products that will engage children of all ages at home, on the go, in the classroom or in libraries worldwide. We aspire to establish World Book as a renowned, global, adaptive, and mission-driven enterprise that helps kids learn and read throughout their entire childhood journey.”

Click on the link, enter your library card number, and have access to this up-to-date classic encyclopedia series.



New AWE Learning Computer is at WPL

Look upstairs for a computer designed with engaging activities for our young readers.  Science, technology, reading, engineering, art, and math.

-Ages 1-14: Created specifically for young learners!

-Award-winning content: Providing hours of education and fun!

-70+ Software titles: Over 4,000 learning activities.

-Correlated content: Aligned to STEM/STREAM and correlated to academic standards.

-Safe environment: Self-contained learning solution keeps children away from unwarranted websites and content.

-Engaging and fun! Full of child-friendly images, sounds, songs & videos.

-Ideal for all learning styles: Auditory, visual, tactile & kinesthetic learners.

-Enhances school readiness.