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Ebooks & Audiobooks

**The Wolcott Community Public Library is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. **

Library Hours

 Monday 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Tuesday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Wednesday  CLOSED

Thursday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Sunday  CLOSED


The library first opened above the Peoples Co-operative store in 1923. It first served the town residents of Wolcott until 1953 when Princeton Township merged with the town. In 1960, the library was able to move into the former location of the Bank of Wolcott at West Market Street. In 1981 a lot was purchased with the groundbreaking held on May 5, 1983. The library has been serving patrons at present location since March 1984. We presently serve over 1,000 residents from the three townships. Our collection has grown to house over 25,000 books, 1,000 DVD materials, 500 audios, and 27 different periodicals. We circulated 13,000 materials in 2017, including e-books. Presently we have 2 Internet computers and 1 laptop for patron use.  WI-FI is available for patron's to use.  Must have password to connect during library open hours.


Library Staff

Deanna Dreblow- Director
Marty Winger- Circulation Clerk
Megan Oilar- Program Director

Dakota Jackson - Helper with programs and circulation


Board of Trustees

Stan Cook: President
Matt Hall: Vice President
Jenna Demerly: Treasurer
Kelli Pritts : Secretary
Morgan Gretencord
Mark McClure                                                                                                                      Wendy Hancock



Books, Newspapers, Magazines, DVD's, Large Print Books, Adult & Juvenile Audio Books, CD's, Pamphlets, Reference Materials
Computers: Reference, Learning Games for all ages
Scanner, Internet Access: Must register at Desk. We also have WI-FI

Downloadable books

Available to : Residents and Non-Residents (who have paid to use our library)

Download from Overdrive to your e-reader device or to your computer.

Must have a library card and requires a login name and password.  Visit Library 1 time to set up.



Link for Doyne Carson, Professional Storyteller : LIVE RECORDING  


Links for registration  for Summer Reading Programs                                                                    

Summer Reading - PRE-READER TO 5TH GRADE

 Teen Reading - 6TH  - 12TH GRADE

Book Request Form:



Curbside service is still available for card-holding patrons. We will also provide faxing and copying needs by calling ahead and upon arrival.  Patrons need to call the library to request materials or if familiar with our Evergreen system may place a hold on materials from our library only for pick up during designated hours. Safe materials handling practices may limit the number of items or may delay the time required to process materials for pickup.  There will be a 1-2 hour wait after calling the library or placing holds for materials to be ready for pick up.  Upon arrival at the library, patrons must call the library for further instructions.

Hours beginning May 26th for Curbside, faxing and copying is Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 10 am – 4 pm and Saturday 10:00 am – 1:00 pm.

*PLEASE NOTE all materials returned will not be checked in for 2-3 days.  No late charges will occur.

IF you have any questions or concerns please call the library 219-279-2695.

The Virtual programming for Story Hour and Lego challenges continue to be posted on our Facebook page.  Look under the tab:  Virtual Programs.

Reminder, if you have items still checked out, they have been renewed until July 2nd. You are welcome to return those anytime in our Book/Media Drop.

 **We hope to open our doors with restrictions sometime in June. **

** Check out our Virtual Programming under heading Virtual Programs **

Even though the library is closed, we are still working for you!

  • Access to the library’s online services, such as Overdrive will continue to be available without interruption. If need assistance in having access to OverDrive, please call the library.  
  • IF you do NOT have a library card and would like to apply for one.  Please call the library and we will be glad to assist you in obtaining a library card.
  • Do not forget to go online at  to fill out your information for the census. 


** LOOK UNDER DROP DOWN MENU YOUTH PROGRAMS - SPECIAL PROGRAMS for activities and Free Books online from Book companies during the COVID-19 Pandemic. **


 Book Authors Reading their Books:


Indiana State Library - Digital Collection


The Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.


*Our Library Board will hold their monthly meeting by Zoom.  If you have an interest of attending please email or call the library for further instructions. *






Mailing address:

PO Box 376


 “The mission of the Wolcott Community Public Library is to serve the community by inspiring the lifelong love of reading and learning. The library strives to offer access to varied collections, stimulating programs, provide current technology needs, and a responsive staff in a welcoming environment. Our vision is to strengthen community, develop relationships and encourage collaboration.”

*  Library Board meets the second Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm *


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