Our mission statement: "The Pike County Public Library exists to provide information and services to people of all ages of Pike County for the purposes of: recreational reading; education and reference; and the collection and preservation of local history"
The eIndiana Digital Consortium is now available!
To use this feature, please do the following:
1. Click the 'Log In'link at the top of the eIndiana website.
2. Select 'Pike County Public Library'.
3. Enter your library card and PIN number.
(If you do not know your PIN, you may contact the library to request a new one).
4. Select the appropriate link under 'My Account'.
Donations for the New Library
Buy a brick!
Purchase a brick for $50, and have it engraved with the message of your
choice. All proceeds go to the building of the new library
building, an bricks will be incorporated into the entry way.
Please click here to print out the form and you can then bring
it in, or mail it to the library. You may also stop by any of
our branches to fill out a brick form also. Thank You!
- Donated by Jones and Sons.
Building Pledges. The Pike County Public Library is taking monetary pledges to go toward the building and/or furnishing of the new library to be located at the intersection of 10th and Maple streets in Petersburg, IN. Your donation is greatly appreciated. We plan to have a plaque in the new library with the names of those organizations and individuals who have donated to help make this project possible. The levels will be as follows:
$200-$500=Library Boosters, $500=Pearl Level, $1,000=Bronze Level, $5,000=Silver Level, $10,000=Gold Level, and $20,000=Platinum Level.
The Pike County Public Library is an Evergreen Indiana Library! What does this mean to you as a Patron? It means that with your evergreen card, you are no longer just a patron to the Pike County Public Library, but every Library within the Evergreen Consortium is also accessible to you now. This means that you can walk into a library that is participating within Indiana and checkout books as if you were a patron there. You can also place holds on books from other libraries from home, work, or anywhere with an internet connection, and the books will usually arrive within a week at your home library. Because of this switch, The Pike County Public Library has gone from a collection of 60,000+ items, to virtually 5.5 Million+ items!
For more details visit your nearest branch today for more details.
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