Pulaski County Public Library

The Winamac Public Library opened in 1905 in a small reading room in downtown. In 1915, the Library received a grant from the Carnegie Corporation to finance the construction of a new facility at the current location. In 1953, library services were expanded to all residents of Monroe Township, and the library became known as the ‘Winamac-Monroe Public Library’. During the late 1960s, the Board of Trustees sought to expand library services to thousands of unserved residents in eight additional townships, and a branch library was established in Medaryville, which operated until the end of 2015. In 1969, the Library officially became known as the ‘Pulaski County Public Library P.C.P.L.)’.

P.C.P.L. provides a wide range of services to members of the community, including print and digital resources, public computers, Wi-Fi, printing, copying, faxing, notary services, meeting rooms, special events, and more.

The Library hosts fun and educational programs for all ages, from toddlers to seniors. They also provide homebound delivery services to residents who are unable to visit the library due to a permanent or temporary illness, disability, or injury.

In addition to checking out things like books, magazines, and DVDs, resident library cardholders can access a huge collection of digital materials, including e-books and audiobooks on OverDrive and the Libby app, streaming movies on Kanopy, video storybooks on BookFlix, and all types of content on Hoopla.

To get a library card or to learn more about library services, stop in at the library or visit the P.C.P.L. website.

121 South Riverside Drive
Winamac, Indiana 46996

MacKenzie Ledley, Library Director
Email P.C.P.L.
574.946.3432 (Telephone)
P.C.P.L. Website

In-Person Hours: Mon.-Fri., 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. E.T.
                                       Sat., 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. E.T.
Curbside Pickup:  Mon.-Fri., 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. E.T.