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Sellersburg Library

 Cathy Hoover
- Manager

    430 N Indiana Ave
    Sellersburg, IN 47172
    (812) 246-4493
    fax (812) 246-4382

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Monday - Thursday 9 am - 8 pm
Friday & Saturday 9 am - 5 pm

Sellersburg Library is located at 430 N Indiana Avenue which is State Road 31 in Sellersburg between Interstate 65 and State Road 403.

The library has internet access, word processing, scanning, printing, copying (black/white and color), and fax service available to the public.

In the Indiana Room at Sellersburg Library, there are many resources describing the history of the Cement Factory in Speed, Indiana. Also, there are many letters from soldiers during World War II written to Jesse Dorsey. He corresponded with soldiers and ran the Speed Community Center which hosted visiting soldiers. A list of genealogical resources for this branch can be found on the genealogy page of this website. Sellersburg Library is a wireless hotspot.

Sellersburg Library has a meeting room to accommodate organized community groups. This meeting room can accommodate approximately 25 people. This meeting room may also be divided in half and accommodate 15 people in each half. To register or to see usage guide lines of the meeting room, click on meeting room reservations.

For information about Adult Program at the library, see the Adult Services page.
For information about Pre-school and School Aged Programs at the library, see the
Youth Services page.

Around Sellersburg

Town of Sellersburg

Sellersburg Celebrates!

Area School Websites

Sellersburg Celebrates! is held the 4th weekend in August and runs from Thursday to Saturday. It is held at Silver Creek Township Park on Fern Street.

Art in Speed Park is held the 4th weekend in August and runs Saturday and Sunday. It is held in Speed Park on Highway 31.

Reading Rain Garden for Water Quality

The Clark County Soil & Water Conservation District was awarded a $5,000 grant from Indiana American Water in order to heighten community awareness of water quality concerns in the Silver Creek watershed through educational opportunities.

As part of this grant, one of three Reading Rain Gardens for Water Quality was created at the Sellersburg Library. In addition to the rain garden, books on rain gardens and non-point source pollution were purchased and are available for check out from the library.

To read more about this project, visit the website Reading Rain Garden for Water Quality.


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