All branches are closing at 1pm due to weather. We’ll be back again when the weather’s nicer 🙂
36 years a teacher in the Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation, he now does oil painting, ceramics, weaving, print making, calligraphy, acrylics, stained glass, glass blowing and jewelry.
Jon says, “I liked beautiful things I couldn’t afford, so I made my own”.
See his work in the Art Gallery in the Grand Hall at the Rochester Branch Library.
Brought to you by the Times Theatre Arts Committee and the Fulton County Public Library
See the tale of the leader of the Underground Railroad, from her escape from slavery to her courage, ingenuity, and tenacity to help free hundreds of slaves and change the course of history.
Thursday, February 6th @ 2:00 in Meeting Room B
Got a bunch of overdue fines? Bring in some canned food to wipe them out!
$1 for each can donated. No expired food. Only for FCPL overdue fines. Not for Lost items, or other libraries fines, etc.
Tuesday February 11th at 10:15am
Sign-Up at Circulation. Rochester Branch Library.
January 27, 2020, marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp, which was used by the Nazis to exterminate the Jewish people and others during the Holocaust.
Eva Kor was a child survivor of the Holocaust and the experiments that Nazi Doctor Josef Mengele performed on twins at Auschwitz.
To celebrate Eva Kor’s life and contributions to our state and the nation, Governor Eric Holcomb has declared Monday, January 27, 2020 as Eva Education Day.
The Fulton County Public Library (Rochester) will be celebrating the life of Eva Kor by showing the DVD “Eva : A-7063 : an Auschwitz Survivor’s Fight to Heal the World”. Monday, January 27 @ 3:00pm in Meeting Room A.
All branches of the Fulton County Public Library will be closed on Monday January 20th for Inventory.
We will open as normally the following day.
Thank you for your understanding!