Straight ahead is a large commons area with tables, chairs, windows to the roof (see the picture of the entrance), periodicals, newspapers, and a stand with maps and atlases.
There is a similar space to the left, with the reference collection and non-fiction stacks. Oversized books are shelved flat on the bottom shelf near where similar call numbers are shelved, a practice that I think is very civilized. Unfortunately, where I work there is not enough shelf space to do this (even if I could get anyone to agree to try it...).
All of the windows in the adult area have deep cushioned window seats. A couple of study rooms are available; they require photo ID for use.
The Teen Zone is in a glass-walled room, perhaps once intended as a meeting room. There are a couple of tables, various seating including a window seat, and an Internet computer.
The children's area has a large preschool space; here, the windows start at floor level, a nice touch for little kids. There are tables, toys, and many board books. I spotted a "daycare collection," and a "Prescholar Bag" from a state agency. See what this is about at www.indianatransition.org. It looks interesting.
The J non-fiction collection seemed quite large. Dewey Decimal aids are on the shelf ends. There is a kids' reference collection, and of course plenty of fiction.
For more about this library, visit http://www.lcplin.org/Branches/cl.htm or
...and the entrance