Mulberry Community Library

615 East Jackson Street
Mulberry, IN 46058

765-296-2604

About Us:

The Mulberry Library opened their doors in 2000 at their current location of 615 E. Jackson St. Artist Kim Van Arsdell designed all of the stained glass for the upper windows of the library. In 2013, in partnership with Clinton County Soil and Water, a demonstration rain garden was planted behind the library. Inside the library a variety of interesting items can be found including: Maori Masks, a variety of wooden toys, a WWII tool box and a wall hanging called “Invention of the Written Word.”

The Mulberry Community Library has been awarded the We the People Bookshelf grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The subject of the bookshelf is on "Becoming an American." Look for programs, drawings, prizes, and posts on our blog sites throughout the next year as the library promotes this idea of becoming an American.

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