Welcome to the Rushville Public Library

"A library book...is not, then, an article of mere consumption but fairly of capital, and often in the case of professional men, setting out in life, is their only capital." — Thomas Jefferson

Autumn Programs at the Library

     There is something for library patrons of all ages this autumn. All programs are FREE! We just ask that you give the library a call or send an email or message to let us know if you (or your child) are attending.
     Storytimes have begun. There are still many spots available for boys and girls from toddler to 5. Find out what's available and sign your little one up.

STORYTIMES BEGINNING IN SEPTEMBER

Storytimes begin the week of September 9th. The first session will be six weeks. Please register little children for one of the following times/days:

NEW SERVICE AT THE LIBRARY

The Rushville Public Library is kicking off a new, very cool service this week. Beginning August 21st, the Library will start circulating T-Mobile hotspots!
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History in Your Own Backyard Video

Check out this terrific video about the history of library services in Rushville and Rush County and our Rushville Public Library.
Click HERE.
See other History in Your Own Backyard Videos at www.historyinyourownbackyard.com.

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E-Books

First, follow these easy steps:

1. Renew or get a Rushville Public Library card. Be in good standing (pay your fines). Ask us for a 4-digit PIN number.

2. On your device, go to the Google Play store or Apple App store and look for Axis360. Download the app and search for Rushville Public Library (Indiana, not Illinois!). 

3. Use your Library ID (barcode number) and the 4-digit PIN number to log in. 

4. Browse our collection and make your selection! Please return books promptly when you are finished reading them.

5. Ask any of our library staff members for assistance either in person or over the phone.

Already know what you are doing? Click here to visit our "Magic Wall" to check out E-Books!

Need help installing the Axis360 on your Kindle device? Click here!

General information on getting started with E-Books through Axis360 - click here.

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HeritageQuest

Start your genealogy research with HeritageQuest! Access it from a library computer or log in from home with your library card. 

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Thanks to the Rushville D.A.R. for donating our subscription.

Ancestry.com

You can use Ancestry.com free in-library ONLY.

Newspapers.com

Discover the history in Indiana newspapers.
Click the icon below for in-library use only.

Click HERE for remote access from home.
(You will need a valid Rushville Public Library library card)

Find Books and More!

You can search our card catalog system to find the book, movie, or other library item you need.

Hours

Monday 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM 
Tuesday 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Sunday Closed

Phone - (765) 932-3496

Location

The library is on the northeast corner of Third and Morgan Streets


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You can visit or send us mail at 130 W Third St, Rushville, IN, 46173
You can also contact us by email or phone or find us on Facebook

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Willkie Days 2018

Learn about Willkie Days and the awesome Covered Bridge Bike Ride HERE

INSPIRE

INSPIRE is Indiana's Virtual Library.

INSPIRE is a collection of academic databases and other information resources that can be accessed by Indiana residents.

Adult Literacy & Education

Learn About Caring Facilities

To learn more about senior resources in and around Rushville, please click here.

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Learn about Indiana tax rates and how your taxes are used in Indiana.