The Town of Avon is home to one of the largest public libraries in Hendricks County, the Avon-Washington Township Library. It celebrated its 90th year in 2010. Additionally, the town's close location to Indianapolis offers a variety of resources to residents of the community Avon visitors.
Avon-Washington Township Library
The Avon-Washington Township Library provides a wealth of resources for residents and visitors to the Town of Avon. In addition to a wide collection of books and magazines, the Avon-Washington Township Library provides DVDs, and downloadable e-books and audio books. Library patrons also have access to an extensive online collection of databases for research and information. The library's Huron Heritage Room opened in 2010 to preserve the history of Avon-Washington Township.
Hendricks County Libraries
There are public libraries in Hendricks County that serve the citizens of the Avon community through a reciprocal borrowing program. Please visit their websites for hours and contact information:
Library visitors can visit a variety of public libraries within thirty minutes of the Avon. Featured libraries include the following:
- Carmel-Clay Public Library (largest collection of children's books in U.S.)
- Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis
- Indianapolis/Marion County Public Library