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Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library

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340 N. Senate Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Last Updated: January 18, 2018

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About Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library

Beloved writer Kurt Vonnegut once said, “If I ever severed myself from Indianapolis, I would be out of business.” Thanks to the city’s support, his work — and spirit — is alive and well in the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library. Open daily, except Wednesdays, from noon to 5 p.m., the library serves as a cultural and educational resource facility, museum, art gallery and reading room — all of which are imbued with the essence of the late, great writer. Keep an eye out for the library’s writing workshops and outreach activities with local arts organizations. Located in the historic Emelie Building downtown.

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The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library is taking flight with major grants from the Allen Whitehill Clowes Foundation and the Lilly Endowment and a successful public birthday party marking Kurt Vonnegut's 88th year.

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On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Gregory Sumner reflects on Kurt Vonnegut's personal and deeply rooted respect for firefighters.

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Scheduled to speak at the Vonnegut Library today, Ockler chats with NUVO about what it was like having her debut novel banned by a school board in Missouri.

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With help from Vonnegut fans like Michael Moore and Dan Wakefield, writer Corey Dalton will spend a week in a cell made of books to raise awareness of censorship.

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Corey Michael Dalton will be locked up in the plate-glass window of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Banned Books Week.

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Soldiers turned artists and victims turned advocates will be in town Sunday to cap off Spirit

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Fishers High School teacher Chris Edwards thinks the future of education depends upon challenging students to make connections between disciplines and data points.