CLEO TURNS 50
CLEO TURNS 50
An Exhibition Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Cleo Rogers Memorial Library

SHARE A MEMORY

 

The Exhibition

The Cleo Rogers Memorial Library, designed by architect I.M. Pei, opened to the public in 1969 and has served as the main branch of Bartholomew County Public Libraries for 50 years. The “Cleo Turns 50” exhibition will share our community’s memories of this special building and celebrate the many ways it has shaped our civic consciousness. The library will host a series of public events and activities to consider this beloved building’s past, present, and futures. Exhibit will open this summer.

 

Upcoming Events

 

we’re looking for…

photos + videos

Do you have photos or videos related to the Cleo Rogers Memorial Library that you’re willing to share? We’d love to see some of your favorites!

 

stories

What are your fondest memories at the Cleo Rogers Memorial Library from the last 50 years? Whether it’s a concert, exhibition, lecture, or just a quiet day of reading … we’d love to hear from you!

 
 
 
The physical structures on this site say a lot
about our community and its spirit.
— Mayor Eret Kline, 1971
 
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