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New Library Facility
Now Open
!

The new North Webster Community Public Library building is open to the public.  We are located at 110 E. North Street, directly south of the North Webster Community Center.  To ensure the health and safety of patrons and staff, we are following CDC guidelines.  Staff is required to wear facial masks and patrons are asked to do the same in accordance with the state mandate.  Books and DVDs are quarantined for three days and sanitized before re-shelving.  Sneeze guards are installed at both circulation desks, and surfaces are sanitized throughout the day.  Private glass enclosed study rooms are also available to patrons.  Curbside service is still being offered and can be arranged by calling 574-834-7122 or email circ@nweb.lib.in.us.

Let's Move Online Videos

We've created video playlists for our Let's Move program. Join us at home, watch anytime!

Playlist #1            Playlist #2           Playlist #3           Playlist #4          






Be sure to check out the available online resources.

Tips from staff about library resources.

Did you know that you could access HeritageQuest Online through the Library’s Website? Well, you can. HeritageQuest has U.S. Census Records and some Canadian Census Records available for you to search. They also have U.S. Freedman’s Bank Records, City Directories and US Indiana Census Rolls. You may also search more than 28,000 family and local history books through the site.  Go to the LH&GC page of our website, select HeritageQuest Online on the side tab, enter the last five digits of your library card number and research until you can’t hold your eyes open!  ~ Beth

Using your Evergreen library card, you can download e-books and audio books onto your computer or mobile device by clicking on the e-Indiana icon on the bottom right corner.

E-books and audio books, as well as movies, can also be downloaded from Hoopla using your North Webster Library card.


Visit the Research Tools page to access databases, BrainHQ brain training exercises, Gale Courses, Rosetta Stone Language Program and more.


 Genealogy resources can be found on the Local History and Genealogy Page.




110 E. North Street - North Webster, Indiana  46555
We’re located on the corner of E. North Street and SR 13,
directly south of the North Webster Community Center