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5625 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46219

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Irvington Hours

Mon - Tue 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Wed - Fri 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sat 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sun Closed

This branch has served the Irvington community since 1903 when the Bona Thompson Library was donated to Butler College and soon became a public library branch. Following relocations in 1914 and 1921, a new facility was built on East Washington Street in 1956 and named for Irvington’s distinguished citizen, Hilton U. Brown. The Brown Branch closed its doors in 2001 to make way for the current 16,000-square-foot Irvington Branch that opened later that year.

Amenities & Services
Internet Access
  • Public computers with Microsoft Office
  • Early learning computer stations
  • Free Wi-Fi
Meeting Space
Study Room
Accessible Workstation
Outgoing Fax
Exam Proctoring
Walk-Up Book Return
Bike Racks
Upcoming Events at Irvington
Adult Book Discussion at Irvington

Adult Book Discussion at Irvington

Irvington Branch

The book to be discussed is "Silver Nitrate" by Silvia Moreno-Garcia. Adults are invited to this monthly book discussion program that is free and open to everyone!

Reframing Aging for a New Generation

Reframing Aging for a New Generation

Irvington Branch

Active-agers and those serving the vibrant 50+ community are invited to explore the concept of the "longevity dividend" and its transformative impact on society's perspective on aging. View clips from the film "Coming of Age in Aging America," and engage in an active discussion.

Paper Art Portraits

Paper Art Portraits

Irvington Branch

Creating a family or friendship portrait is one of many ways to celebrate special people around us! Paper artist Shelley Hanmo will help you create a portrait using repurposed materials and simple paper cutting techniques to capture the unique characteristics of a special someone. Ages 5 and up.

Branch Manager
Adam Todd

Adam Todd

Hi, I'm Adam Todd, Branch Manager for Irvington. My favorite book is Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace. I hope you’ll visit our location soon. For questions or comments, please feel free to contact me. We are always happy to help!

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