Free writing funshop for teens and adults! Whether you want to get a head start on NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month in November) or you just want to sharpen your creative writing, this is for you. Mike Mullin is the Emerging Author Winner of the 2013 Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Author Awards. His "Ashfall" trilogy for young adults has garnered rave reviews. Mike also holds a black belt in Songahm Taekwondo, so be prepared to participate or else!
Everyone will leave with an idea and plan for a novel. Signing immediately following the funshop. Bring your own book to be signed or buy them at the library. This event made possible by Indiana Humanities’ Novel Conversations program, with the support of The Glick Fund, a fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation.
Grades K-6: Every Wednesday from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Jr. High and High School: Every Thursday from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Homework Help is not held on holidays or school vacation days. Students must be attending Speedway Schools, St. Christopher School, or live in Speedway to participate in this program.
We want to hear from you! The Speedway Public Library belongs to the citizens of Speedway, Indiana. If any Speedway citizen has an idea to make the library better, please click here to add your suggestion to the suggestion box.
The library has changed the price of black and white copies to 15¢ apiece. Color copies will remain the same price at 25¢ apiece.
We have expanded our language tutorials to include Mango Languages. Like Rosetta Stone, that we have in our study rooms, Mango Languages teaches through interaction. Mango also teaches about the cultures of the countries where people speak those languages.
Ever forget when your library materials are due? Sign up for email notifications and get a reminder message three days before the due date!
If your email address is on file at the library, you will start receiving notifications three days before your library materials are due. If you would like to receive these notifications but have not given your email address, please visit the circulation desk on your next visit to the library.
Do you get frustrated using a computer because you type slowly and make errors? We have a solution! The Library's word processing computers now have Mavis Beacon typing tutorial software installed. Come in whenever the library is open to get started. A valid Speedway Library card is required to access the word processing computers.
The library now has a collection of adult literacy books available for checkout. These are books for beginning adult readers and their tutors. They are high interest, contemporary stories with a low reading level.
You can find the adult literacy collection in the Reference Room. These books may be checked out five at a time for three weeks.
This collection is a result of the Long Range Planning Committee’s hard work and dedication.
The Speedway Public Library will send overdue notifications by email. If your email address is on file, you will automatically receive electronic notices. If your email address is not on file and you would like to receive overdue notices by email, talk to the staff to submit your email address. The library will continue to send out paper notifications to those who do not wish to receive them electronically. Please speak with the library staff about options.
The Speedway Public Library will clean and repair up to five scratched DVD, CD, or video game discs per person at a time. Drop off your discs at the library, then come back in one full week to pick them up clean and refreshed! A charge of $1.00 per disc will be assessed to go to the Friends of the Speedway Public Library for future library programs.