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Per our policy of closing when the FCSD closes, FCPL.Will be.closed on Friday, February 24.  FCPL will postpone our Friday, February 24 showing of "Loving" for Oscar Movie Night.  We will announce a new showing date shortly.  We apologize for any inconvenience- stay safe, Fall Creek!

Village Hall Construction Underway!

The Fall Creek Village Hall improvement project has begun!  This project includes updated siding and roofing; an ADA-compliant front entrance; new signs; and new windows.  As a result, in-person visitors to Fall Creek Public Library may experience some construction-related inconvenience.  

For a period of time, the only access to the building (including the library) will be through the back door of the Village Hall.  Signs are posted.  In addition, the library dropbox will be temporarily unavailable.  As an alternative, we ask that patrons use the secure dropbox located outside of the Fall Creek Valley Care Center.  The total project is expected to last about one month.  The library and Clerk's Office are open during construction.

Due to construction vehicles, the side parking lot will be more crowded than usual.  Also, our Facilities Department will salt/sand the back lot more than usual to accommodate the public.  We apologize for any inconvenience, and ask that our patrons be patient while the Hall undergoes its "facelift!"  


Job Opening: Youth Services Assistant

FCPL is looking for a part-time Youth Services Assistant.  The position is 15 hours per week, and 18 hours per week during the Summer Reading Program (June-August) with a flexible schedule.  

Under supervision of the library director, the Youth Services Assistant will develop and implement the library's program of service for children and their families, and encourage use of the library.  High school diploma or equivalent is required; previous experience working in a library or educational environment preferred.  View the complete job here.


 Pardon Our Dust!


We are currently re-organizing our kids section. Please let us know if we can help you find something!


Fall Creek Public Library CHALLENGES YOU!

Will you accept our challenge to you and your little ones to read 1,000 books before Kindergarten? We certainly hope so! By registering for this program at the library not only will you help your child become better at comprehension, but also help them learn to love books and reading, and help promote early literacy.   

There are landmark prizes throughout the challenge, as well as an exclusive pizza party for the kids who complete the challenge! 

You can do it! You can get more info and register for the program at the Fall Creek Public Library- as well as get some great book recommendations! 
 Read 1 book a day for 3 years = 1095
Read 10 books a week for 2 years= 1040
Read 3 books a day for 1 year = 1095 


We're on Facebook!

Consider yourself a library aficionado?  Want more FCPL in your life without leaving home?

Join us at www.facebook.com/fallcreekpubliclibrary (or simply search for "Fall Creek Public Library" on FB) to keep up with FCPL events, fun facts, trivia, breaking news, and all things book-related.


Here in the Libraries, we are always trying to improve our game. To help us serve our students and faculty better, we conduct periodic surveys to understand how you view our services, spaces, and materials, and how satisfied you are with your overall library experience.

From now until December 2, we will be conducting a brief user survey, which you can find linked prominently on our library homepage. Please take a moment and tell us how we’re doing.

The survey takes only 4-5 minutes to complete. All responses are completely anonymous.

The more feedback we get, the better equipped we will be to improve our existing services and develop new ones to meet emerging needs.

So please take a moment to complete the survey. We value your feedback. And we look forward to reporting what we learn from the survey results in the coming weeks. Thank you!

- See more at: http://blogs.library.duke.edu/blog/2013/11/12/how-are-we-doing-take-our-...