Pottery By local resident

Marcia Pendley

Fall 2017 Storytime

Paintings by Bette Bohlander

Autumn Scene has won a best in show award!

Fall 2017 Storytime

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Follow the CPL Event Page too for all of the latest info, pictures, and more!

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For more info about our upcoming computer classes, check out our online course descriptions here.

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Art on Loan from the Richmond Art Museum

Stop by today to see some of Centerville's finest artwork and pottery on display.

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Enchanted Fairy Trail

Enchanted Fairy Trail Display

All across Wayne County, fairy doors, houses, and gardens have magically appeared in various locations. These whimsical settlements include working lights, windows you can peek through to see tiny furniture, décor and even a mystical farm. The Enchanted Fairy Trail takes visitors on a fun and unique adventure through Wayne County stopping at 37 locations offering 42 fairy homes and gardens with more being built and added to the trail. The Visitors Bureau invites you to search for the tiny houses, doors and gardens that are located both indoors and outdoors of local shops, cafes, museums, gardens and businesses in Wayne County. Visitors will be amazed by the colorful array of materials used and the ability to leave letters or small gifts for the fairies at some locations. Those who choose to take off on the trail will enjoy discovering the enchanted world that has come to reside in Wayne County. Enchanted Fairy Trail brochures are available at the Old National Road Welcome Center, 5701 National Road East Richmond, Indiana 47374. Locations for each stop along the fairy trail are highlighted inside the brochure along with hours of business. This free, year round opportunity will provide hours of fun and excitement for everyone, young and old. If you are a local business and would like to participate by building a fairy door, house or garden of your own, please contact Nancy Sartain at (765)935-8687.

All information provided courtesy of Nancy Sartain and the Wayne County Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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Dollar symbolBook Sale


Anytime - Shop our book sale area any time the library is open. We have lots of CDs for sale too. ONLY 0.50 cents each! 

Annual - Once a year, the fourth Saturday of August, we have a giant book sale. 

Books and movies are $1.00 or less. 

                How to Donate Books:

Donations of books, magazines, movies, and CDs are welcome. 

What happens to donations? - Newer titles may be added to the library collection.  Anything the library collection does not need will be added to the book sale, generating money to buy new materials. 

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wheelchairOutreach to Homebound Patrons


Age or a medical condition keeping you from going to the library?  We will bring library materials to you. 

Call the library at (765)855-5223 and ask to speak to Kristie.  She will find out your reading interests and arrange a time to come to your home.  There is no fee for this service.back to top