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Library offers vision, hearing, crafting and more

Posted: Friday, February 24, 2017

Want to learn more about what it is like to have vision impairment? How about learning more about what it is like to experience auditory hallucinations/voices in your head? Want to meet Hope, a certified therapy dog? Then join the library for an enlightening, educational and interactive session on Thursday, March 9, at 6 p.m. at 255 W. Park Drive. Nicole Scheiman, director of Huntington University’s Occupational Therapy program, will present. The program is geared towards adults.

There will be crafting projects available for those wishing to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day or Pi Day at both the Huntington and Markle Libraries. The St. Patrick’s Day crafts will be available all day March 17, and the Huntington Library will have crafts available for Pi Day all day March 14.

The Vice President Learning Center will hold an informative presentation at the Huntington Library about the various Hoosier vice presidents who have served the United States thus far. Join the library and Daniel Johns, from the museum, on Thursday, March 16, at 6 p.m. to learn the history and impact of the vice presidents who hailed from the Hoosier state. The program is open to the public and geared toward adults.

For more information on these or other programs, visit the library’s website at, or call the Huntington Library at (260) 356-0824. The Huntington Library is located at 255 W. Park Drive; the Markle Branch Library is located at 155 W. Sparks Street, Markle.