Lawrence Public Library

Lawrence Branch Library

Category: Library

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7898 Hague Road Indianapolis, Indiana 46256



The Lawrence branch of the Indianapolis Public Library has been a member of the northeast Indianapolis community since 1967. It was the first library branch to open within an incorporated town in Marion County. Renovated in 2020, the Lawrence Branch re-opened to changes that maximized access to the library’s services and collections, created engaging and functional spaces for those of all ages, and increased access to new technology. The project also provided group study and tutoring areas, improved lighting, more outlets for charging stations, and updates to the entrance, public restrooms, and interior finishes.
In addition to reading and viewing material in various formats, the library offers traditional programming such as story times, the summer reading program for children and adults, an adult book discussion, and other programs of interest. Additionally, the library branch has free wi-fi available, computers for public use, a meeting room, study rooms, a color copier/printer/scanner, outgoing fax service, exam proctoring, and a seed library (available March – October).

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