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14th Annual Cemetery Walk

Sunday, Sept. 13
This year’s Cemetery Walk will take place inside the library’s large meeting room. Live enactors will portray individuals buried in the North Webster Cemetery in front of a large TV screen showing their grave sites. There will be four performances at 1:00, 1:30, 2:00 and 2:30 to ensure plenty of room to social distance with chairs spaced apart and separate entrance and exits doors.

Individuals being honored this year are:
Isaac Johnson (1824-1911) portrayed by Stuart Smith
William Wallace (1849-1945) and Emma Buell Upson (1955-1934) portrayed by Matt Pulley
Marshall Makemson (1845-1928) portrayed by Gary Earnhart
Thomas Crouch (1881-1950) portrayed by Victor LaBarbera
Come out and enjoy this traditional living history event at the new Library!



Friends of the Library Book Sale


inside the library’s event room
Thursday, Sept. 24, 10:00-6:00
Friday, Sept. 25, 10:00-5:30

Hundreds of good quality, gently used books, DVDs, and puzzles at bargain prices. Proceeds go to support the work of the library.



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          






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.







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