Library Crawl Showcases Numerous Public Libraries

If you love public libraries and are feeling adventurous, you may want to participate in the 2022 Library Crawl!

The Library Crawl is a “free range” experience where people are encouraged to visit participating public libraries during the month of September and learn more about their services. Each participant will receive a Library Crawl Passport at their home library. Just ask for one at our circulation or reference desks. Visit your choice of any of the participating libraries. Once you’ve visited 5 other libraries and had each of them stamp your passport, you can return your passport to us (your home library) and you’ll be entered into a drawing for a prize!

Be sure to take the time to walk around each library (including our own) and see what they have to offer. You may be amazed at all the services and resources that our public libraries provide for our communities. We’d love to tell you more about the Westfield Washington Public Library, too! We hope you’ll join the 2022 Library Crawl and expand your library world!


Participating libraries include:
Westfield Washington Public Library
Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library
Lebanon Public Library
Brownsburg Public Library
Danville-Center Township Public Library
Coatsville-Clay Township Public Library
Clayton-Liberty Township Public Library
Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library
Mooresville Public Library
Johnson County Public Library – White River Branch
Johnson County Public Library – Clark Pleasant Branch
Johnson County Public Library – Franklin Branch
Johnson County Public Library – Trafalgar Branch

Your 2022 Library Crawl Passport will include directions to each library, as well as a bit of information about their history and surrounding area.

The 2022 Library Crawl is organized by the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library.