Do you or a loved one have trouble reading due to vision loss or difficulty turning pages? If so, join us for a presentation on the Indiana Talking Book & Braille Library. The library is a free program that provides audiobooks for Indiana residents who are visually or physically impaired.
Our patrons receive the latest books and magazines through the mail or on their phones and tablets at no charge. At the presentation Public Awareness Coordinator Elizabeth Pearl will demonstrate the library's technology, explain the program and help people sign up for the service.
Elizabeth Pearl is the public awareness coordinator for the Indiana Talking Book & Braille Library. Based in Indianapolis, she travels around the state promoting the program and talking with patrons who love to read.
Adult. No registration necessary. Free. Contact 812/265-2744 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.