North Judson-Wayne Township Public Library
208 Keller - North Judson, Indiana 46366
Phone: 574-896-2841 Fax: 574-896-2892
A mask is now required to enter the Library. If you do not have a mask, please use our curbside services.
Beginning July 6th, we will be returning to our regular hours.
Meeting rooms and library use will return to normal. Meeting rooms will have a limit to partcipants to allow for social distancing.
Fines and fees for overdue or lost books will be reimplemented. You can no longer put discs in the book drop.
We encourage you to please continue social distancing.
You can now apply for a NJWTPL library card online!
Just fill out the Google Form and we will send you a library card number. Your card is temporary and will last for three months but will give you access to our digital resources, such as Libby/Overdrive! After the library reopens, please come to the library with your drivers license or other form of ID and we will get you set up with a permanent card with full privileges.
North Judson-Wayne Township Library hours:
Monday - Friday
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
Monday - Thursday
10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
To see our Card Catalog click below.
You can renew your library books online if they aren't overdue and/or haven't been renewed before. Click on the photo above, when the website opens click on "My account" in the upper right corner, enter your library card number, your account will open and you can renew the books listed.
Just click the heading above for a list of fun, educational websites for children to explore. Everything from Disney to PBS to space to mineralogy. There are also some Spanish language and ESL sites listed.
Recently over 25 new databases were added, including a Level One access for 30 different languages on Rosetta Stone. You will need an account to access Rosetta Stone. Don't have an account? Create one now
(When using INSPIRE be sure to click on the BLUE words beneath the logos.)
Practice tests for all of these, and many more, are available to residents of Indiana through INSPIRE.