Westfield-Washington Public Library: Community, Activities, and Books

The Westfield-Washington Public Library is one of the central gathering venues in the growing Indianapolis suburb of Westfield, Indiana. From a free computer class to a bipolar depression support group to a teen development program to special Westfield events such as the “Celtic Concert”, the Westfield-Washington Public Library continues to provide services and fun activities to the residents of Westfield.

A video of Harry Potter Day at the Westfield-Washington Public Library in Westfield, Indiana

Westfield, along with other suburban cities around Indianapolis, has experienced a 40% population growth since the turn of the century. Westfield is presently trying to keep up; the city government does what it can to attract new Westfield business, but competition with the state capital is rough. Consequently, Westfield has remained a bedroom community for many years and is just beginning to blossom.

A video of the non-fire Fireworks Show at the Westfield-Washington Public Library in Westfield, Indiana

The Westfield-Washington Public Library, therefore, is still where a lot of the community’s action is. Like the old time “mom and pop” grocery stores before the influx and domination of mega-supermarkets, the library keeps plugging along, entertaining, accommodating and educating the citizens of Westfield.

Westfield-Washington Public Library
333 W Hoover St
Westfield, IN 46074
Fax: 317.896.3702