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Little Free Libraries Offer Reading Fun in Carmel

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Avid readers have a new source for free books in the city of Carmel. The Carmel Clay Public Library has installed three “Little Free Libraries” in high-traffic areas in the city. These little book boxes are just what their name indicates- they are small boxes, full of books for the taking. The motto is “Take […]

Carmel Clay Historical Society: Keeping Carmel History Alive

The Carmel Clay Historical Society is a vibrant part of the Carmel, Indiana community. Formed in 1975 by a group of Carmel residents, initially the organization was meant to coincide with the United States’ Bicentennial celebration that year. As the residents began to take root in Carmel’s history, the group expanded. That same year, the […]

Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council Kick-Off Event

Students at Carmel schools are about to get more involved in their local community. The mayor of Carmel, Indiana, James Brainard, recently announced the formation of a new community group at Carmel High School: the Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council. The youth council serves to cultivate new leaders for the Central Indiana area, culled from a […]

IDTC Warner School in Carmel, Indiana

The Indiana Developmental Training Center Warner School, or the IDTC Warner School, is a Carmel education institution specializing in providing education options for Indianapolis children and young adults with developmental and emotional disabilities. The IDTC Warner School is the sister school of a school in Wisconsin called ODTC Warner School and there is also another […]

Cherry Tree Elementary: Carmel Education Begins Here

Cherry Tree Elementary school is located on Hazel Dell Parkway in Carmel, Indiana. This elementary school is near many popular Carmel subdivisions, Cherry Tree Elementary school is a popular education choice among parents of Carmel children. Carmel is a fast growing city and many new children will be entering Carmel schools. Schools like Cherry Tree […]