Filtering by: Adult Program
Sep
14
10:00 AM10:00

Hoopla and OverDrive Databases

Have you wanted to borrow eBooks, eAudiobooks, music, TV series, movies, or other items online from your home but didn't know how? Learn how to use these free databases.   

 

In this class you learn how to:
• Download app
• Set up account
• How to read, listen, or watch material
• Search for material
• Navigate website
• And other questions you may have


Please bring your own device. It can be a smartphone, laptop, or tablet. If you do not have a device, one will be provided for use during the class.

Registration is requested and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.

This program is free and open to the public. 

This class is limited to 4 adults. 

Class is conducted by Natasha Perry.

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Sep
20
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

Camino Island by John Grisham

Summary: Bruce Cable owns a popular bookstore in the sleepy resort town of Santa Rosa on Camino Island in Florida. He makes his real money, though, as a prominent dealer in rare books. Very few people know that he occasionally dabbles in the black market of stolen books and manuscripts. Mercer Mann is a young novelist with a severe case of writer's block who has recently been laid off from her teaching position. She is approached by an elegant, mysterious woman working for an even more mysterious company. A generous offer of money convinces Mercer to go undercover and infiltrate Bruce Cable's circle of literary friends, ideally getting close enough to him to learn his secrets. But eventually Mercer learns far too much.

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Oct
11
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

Before we were yours by Lisa Wingate

Summary: A tale inspired by firsthand accounts about the notoriously corrupt Tennessee Children's Home Society follows the efforts of a Baltimore assistant D.A. to uncover her parents' fateful secrets in the wake of a political attack and a chance encounter with a stranger.

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Nov
8
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

Every breath by Nicholas Sparks

Summary: Hope Anderson is at a crossroads. At thirty-six, she's been dating her boyfriend, an orthopedic surgeon, for six years. With no wedding plans in sight, and her father recently diagnosed with ALS, she decides to use a week at her family's cottage in Sunset Beach, North Carolina, to ready the house for sale and mull over some difficult decisions about her future. Tru Walls has never visited North Carolina but is summoned to Sunset Beach by a letter from a man claiming to be his father. A safari guide, born and raised in Zimbabwe, Tru hopes to unravel some of the mysteries surrounding his mother's early life and recapture memories lost with her death. When the two strangers cross paths, their connection is as electric as it is unfathomable...but in the immersive days that follow, their feelings for each other will give way to choices that pit family duty against personal happiness in devastating ways.

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Dec
6
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

The Christmas train by David Baldacci

Summary: Tom Langdon, a weary and cash-strapped journalist, is banned from flying when a particularly thorough airport security search causes him to lose his cool. Now, he must take the train if he has any chance of arriving in Los Angeles in time for Christmas with his girlfriend. To finance the trip, he sells a story about a train ride taken during the Christmas season.

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Aug
15
5:30 PM17:30

Essential Oils Program

Essential Oils

 

Are you interested in learning about essential oils and their various health and wellness benefits?

In this basic essential oils class, you will learn:

  • What essential oils are, why they work, how to use them, why purity matters, and which oils to start with

  • How they actually benefit you and how to know which ones are safe.

  • This class will help answer your questions and get you on your way to using essential oils in your day-to-day life, safely and successfully.

The adults only class is free.


Registration is requested and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  


This class is presented by Kimberly Sooy . The class will be 45 minutes to an hour.

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Aug
9
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

Hatchet by Gary Paulsen

Summary: After a plane crash, thirteen-year-old Brian spends fifty-four days in the Canadian wilderness, learning to survive with only the aid of a hatchet given him by his mother, and learning also to survive his parents' divorce.

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Jul
18
6:00 PM18:00

Adult Craft Program - Paint Your Own Story

Paint Your Own Story

 

In a Universe of stories, create your own. Bring your own ideas of something you would like to paint.

All supplies will be provided.

The class is $5.00 per person.

The adult only class is limited to 10 as supplies and space are limited.


Registration is required and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  


Program facilitated by: Natasha Perry

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Jul
12
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

The traveler’s gift by Andy Andrews

Summary: Outlines seven key decisions that can determine the amount of success in a person's life, and describes how to properly make these decisions to achieve success.

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Jun
20
6:00 PM18:00

Adult Craft Program - Button Wall Art

Button Wall Art

 

Got Buttons? We Do! Come joins us for some button fun and make your own initial wall art.

All supplies will be provided.

The class is $5.00 per person

The adult only class is limited to 10 as supplies and space are limited.


Registration is required and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  


Program facilitated by: Natasha Perry

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Jun
7
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

The Late Bloomers’ Club by Louise Miller

Summary: Nora, the owner of the Miss Guthrie Diner, is perfectly happy serving up apple cider donuts, coffee, and eggs-any-way-you-like-'em to her regulars. But her life is soon upended when she discovers she and her free-spirited younger sister Kit stand to inherit the home and land of the town's beloved cake lady, Peggy Johnson. Kit, an aspiring - and broke - filmmaker, thinks her problems are solved when she and Nora learn Peggy was in the process of selling the land to a big-box developer before her death. The people of Guthrie are divided over the sale - some want opportunities the development will bring, while others are staunchly against any change - and they aren't afraid to leave their opinions with their tips. But Nora isn't quite ready to give up on Peggy's legacy and sell the land - complete with a charming farmhouse, an ancient apple orchard, and the clues to a secret life that no one knew Peggy led. Troubled by the tension, and confused by her growing feelings toward Elliot, the big-box developer's rep, Nora throws herself into solving the one problem that everyone in town can agree on: finding Peggy's missing dog, Freckles. When a disaster strikes the diner, the community of Guthrie bands together to help her, and Nora discovers that doing the right thing doesn't always mean giving up your dreams, or your chances for love.

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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May
10
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

The forgotten road by Richard Paul Evans

Summary: Chicago celebrity and successful pitchman Charles James is supposed to be dead. Everyone believes he was killed in a fiery plane crash. But thanks to a remarkable twist of fate, he's very much alive and ready for a second chance at life -- and love. Narrowly escaping death has brought Charles some clarity: the money, the fame, the fast cars -- none of it was making him happy. The last time he was happy -- truly happy -- was when he was married to his ex-wife Monica, before their connection was destroyed by his ambition and greed. Charles decides to embark on an epic quest: He will walk the entire length of Route 66, from Chicago to California, where he hopes to convince Monica to give him another shot. Along the way, Charles is immersed in the rich history of one of America's most iconic highways. But the greater journey he finds is the one he takes in his heart as he meets people along the road who will change his perspective on the world. But will his transformation be enough to earn redemption?

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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May
9
5:00 PM17:00

The Social Side of Retirement Program

The Social Side of Retirement Program

 

Do you have these common questions regarding retirement planning?

  • How much do I need to have saved to successfully retire?

  • Can I count on Social Security?

  • What do my Social Security benefits look like, and what’s the best strategy for taking benefits?

  • How do I plan with my current assets to maximize my retirement income?

  • Will I need life insurance or long-term care insurance?

Join Michael Gorin and Joe Knoth or WestPoint Financial Group for an informative discussion regarding Social Security.


Registration is requested and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  


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Apr
13
10:00 AM10:00

Hoopla and OverDrive Databases

Have you wanted to borrow eBooks, eAudiobooks, music, TV series, movies, or other items online from your home but didn't know how? Learn how to use these free databases.   

 

In this class you learn how to:
• Download app
• Set up account
• How to read, listen, or watch material
• Search for material
• Navigate website
• And other questions you may have


Please bring your own device. It can be a smartphone, laptop, or tablet. If you do not have a device, one will be provided for use during the class.

Registration is requested and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.

This program is free and open to the public. 

This class is limited to 4. 

Class is conducted by Natasha Perry.

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Apr
12
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

Lilac girls by Martha Hall Kelly

Summary: Manhattan, 1939. New York socialite Caroline Ferriday's biggest problem is resisting the advances of a married actor. Across the Atlantic, Kasia Kuzmerick, a Polish Catholic teenager, is affected when Germany declares war on Poland. As tensions rise, Caroline's interest in aiding the war effort in France grows; she hears about the dire situation at the Ravensbruck all-female concentration camp. Kasia's carefree youth is replaced by a fervor for the Polish resistance movement. Through Ravensbruck - and the horrific atrocities taking place there told in part by an infamous German surgeon, Herta Oberheuser - the two women's lives converge in unprecedented ways.

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Apr
11
5:30 PM17:30

Adult Craft Program - Spring Wreaths

Spring Wreaths

 

We are going to create wreaths from coffee filters.

All supplies will be provided.

The class is $5.00 per person

The adult only class is limited to 10 as supplies and space are limited.


Registration is required and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  


Program facilitated by: Natasha Perry

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Mar
8
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

The great alone by Kristin Hannah

Summary: It is 1974 when Leni Allbright's impulsive father Ernt decides the family is moving to Alaska. But the Alaskan winter is just as unforgiving as Ernt, and life quickly becomes a struggle for survival.

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Feb
21
5:30 PM17:30

Essential Oils Program

Essential Oils

 

Are you interested in learning about essential oils and their various health and wellness benefits?

Essential Oils are everywhere these days. In this basic essential oils class, you will learn:

  • What essential oils are, why they work, how to use them, why purity matters, and which oils to start with

  • How they actually benefit you and how to know which ones are safe.

  • This class will help answer your questions and get you on your way to using essential oils in your day-to-day life, safely and successfully.

The adults only class is free.


Registration is requested and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  


This class is presented by Kimberly Sooy . The class will be 45 minutes to an hour.

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Feb
8
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

Blue Bottle Club by Penelope J. Stokes

Summary: Four friends gathered in a cold, dusty attic on Christmas day to make a solemn pact. “Our dreams for the future,” they whispered, placing tiny pieces of paper into a shimmering blue bottle. But that event happened in 1929, and it is decades later when local news reporter Brenna Delaney stumbles upon that bottle . . . and into the most meaningful story of her career. Life has taken those four girls’ dreams of love, fame, and faith on a path fraught with seduction, betrayal, and loss. Little has turned out as expected—and yet every choice, every tear has led each of them to a special place. Brenna’s search will uncover the secrets of that Blue Bottle Club . . . and her own life will never be the same.

 

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Jan
17
5:30 PM17:30

Adult Craft Program - Book Wreath

Book Wreath

 

We are have another round of book wreaths. We will create wreaths from recycled books pages and cardboard.

All supplies will be provided.

The class is free.

The adult only class is limited to 10 as supplies and space are limited.


Registration is required and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  


Program facilitated by: Natasha Perry

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Dec
6
5:30 PM17:30

Adult Craft Program - Book Wreath

Book Wreath

 

We are going to create wreaths from recycled books pages and cardboard.

All supplies will be provided.

The class is free.

The adult only class is limited to 10 as supplies and space are limited.


Registration is required and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  


Program facilitated by: Natasha Perry

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Nov
10
10:00 AM10:00

Hoopla and OverDrive Databases

Have you wanted to borrow eBooks, eAudiobooks, music, TV series, movies, or other items online from your home but didn't know how? Learn how to use these free databases.   

 

In this class you learn how to:
• Download app
• Set up account
• How to read, listen, or watch material
• Search for material
• Navigate website
• And other questions you may have


Please bring your own device. It can be a smartphone, computer, iPad, or tablet

Registration is requested and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.

This program is free and open to the public. 

This class is limited to 4. 

Class is conducted by Natasha Perry.

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Nov
9
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance

 

From a former marine and Yale Law School graduate, a powerful account of growing up in a poor Rust Belt town that offers a broader, probing look at the struggles of America’s white working class. Hillbilly Elegy is a passionate and personal analysis of a culture in crisis—that of white working-class Americans. The decline of this group, a demographic of our country that has been slowly disintegrating over forty years, has been reported on with growing frequency and alarm, but has never before been written about as searingly from the inside. J. D. Vance tells the true story of what a social, regional, and class decline feels like when you were born with it hung around your neck.

 

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Oct
25
6:00 PM18:00

Adult Craft Program - Scarecrow Wreath

Scarecrow Wreath

 

We will be learning how to make scarecrow wreaths with a straw hat, leaves, and flowers.

All supplies will be provided.

The cost of this class is $5.00.

The adult only class is limited to 10 as supplies and space are limited.

Registration is required and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  


Program facilitated by: Natasha Perry

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Oct
12
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

A man called Ove by Fredrik Backman

 

A grumpy yet loveable man finds his solitary world turned on its head when a boisterous young family moves in next door. Meet Ove. He's a curmudgeon, the kind of man who points at people he dislikes as if they were burglars caught outside his bedroom window. He has staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse. People call him the bitter neighbor from hell, but must Ove be bitter just because he doesn't walk around with a smile plastered to his face all the time? Behind the cranky exterior there is a story and a sadness. So when one November morning a chatty young couple with two chatty young daughters move in next door and accidentally flatten Ove's mailbox, it is the lead-in to a comical and heartwarming tale of unkempt cats, unexpected friendship, and the ancient art of backing up a U-Haul. All of which will change one cranky old man and a local residents' association to their very foundations.

 

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Sep
14
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

The night the lights went out by Karen White

 

Recently divorced, Merilee Talbot Dunlap moves with her two children to the Atlanta suburb of Sweet Apple, Georgia. It's not her first time starting over, but her efforts at a new beginning aren't helped by an anonymous local blog that dishes about the scandalous events that caused her marriage to fail.

 

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Jul
19
5:30 PM17:30

Adult Craft Program - Cactus Garden

Cactus Garden

 

We are going to rock this summer with a beautiful painted rock garden. 

 

The cost for this program is $5 dollars.  

 

This program is open to adults.

 

The class is limited to 10 as supplies and space are limited.
 

Registration is required and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  

 

Program facilitated by: Natasha Perry

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Jul
13
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

My Louisiana Sky by Kimberly W. Holt

 

Tiger Ann Parker is smart in school and good at baseball, but she's forever teased about her family by the girls in class. Tiger Ann knows her folks are different from others in their small town of Saitter, Louisiana. They are mentally slow, and Tiger Ann keeps her pain and embarrassment hidden as long as her strong and smart Granny runs the household. Then Granny dies suddenly and Aunt Dorie Kay arrives, offering Tiger Ann a way out. Now Tiger Ann must make the most important decision of her life.

 

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Jun
21
5:30 PM17:30

Adult Craft Program - Wind Chimes

Wind Chimes

 

Our summer reading theme is music so we will be making wind chimes with Terra Cotta pots.

 

The cost for this program is $5 dollars.  

 

This program is free and open to adults.

 

The class is limited to 10 as supplies and space are limited.
 

Registration is required and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  

 

Program facilitated by: Natasha Perry

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Jun
8
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

The More You Stir It by John Pesta

 

Small-town newspaper editor Phil Larrison gets tangled up in another mystery in the picturesque hills, or knobs, of southern Indiana. This time Phil, who first appeared in Safely Buried, gets involved with seventeen-year-old Kelly Marcott, whose mother has exiled him from Los Angeles to keep him out of trouble.

 

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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May
17
5:30 PM17:30

Adult Craft Program - Centerpieces

Centerpieces

 

During this craft class we will be turning recycled glass bottles into wrapped centerpieces for any occasion.

 

Please bring a couple of glass items to wrap. For example: bottles, jars, vases, etc...

 

This program is free and open to adults.

 

The class is limited to 10 as supplies and space are limited.
 

Registration is required and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  

 

Program facilitated by: Natasha Perry

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May
11
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

The Broken Road by Richard Paul Evans

 

Chicago celebrity, Charles James, can’t shake the nightmare that wakes him each night. He sees himself walking down a long, broken highway the sides of which are lit in flames. Where is he going? Why is he walking? What is the wailing he hears around him?

 

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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Apr
19
6:00 PM18:00

Adult Craft Program - Paper Flowers

Paper Flowers

 

During this craft class we will be making paper flowers out of magazines and newspaper.
 

This program is free and open to the public.

The class is limited to 10 as supplies and space are limited.
 

Registration is required and may be done at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 812-358-2853.  

Program facilitated by: Natasha Perry

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Apr
6
11:00 AM11:00

Adult Book Club

The Heart Menders by Andy Andrews

 

Saddened and unable to abandon her resentment toward the Nazi war machine that took her husband's life, the young and attractive Helen Mason is living a bitter, lonely existence. Betrayed and left for dead, German U-boat officer Lt. Josef Landermann washes ashore in a sleepy town along the northern gulf coast, looking to Helen for survival.

 

The Adult Book Club provides an informal, congenial atmosphere for patrons over eighteen years of age to share their literary interpretations of the current book selection. Everyone should read the month’s selection before the meeting.  Please feel free to attend even if you haven’t finished the book as long as you don’t mind hearing how the book ends.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, but listeners are welcome.

Light refreshments are served by individuals from the group on a volunteer basis.  Extra copies of the book selection are available one month in advance at the library circulation desk.
 
Registration is required.
Program facilitated by: Karen Raymer

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