Adult

Adult Programs


book“Favorite Book” Book Club

Discover new books at this unconventional book club! All participants come prepared to share one of their favorite books with the group. Let us know what makes the book so great but remember—no spoilers please!

Charlestown Library - Wednesday, February 20 at 6-7 pm

For adults 18+ only.
Registration is required. Register for these programs by clicking on Calendar or by calling the library.


jarWatercolor Luminaries

Join us at the library to make watercolor luminaries out of mason jars.

You are responsible for bringing one mason jar, whatever size you prefer. All other materials will be provided for this program.

Sellersburg Library - Wednesday, March 13 at 6-7 pm
Borden Library - Thursday, March 14 at 6-7 pm
Henryville Library - Tuesday, March 19 at 6-7 pm
Charlestown library - Wednesday, March 20 at 6-7 pm
New Washington Library - Thursday, March 21 at 6-7 pm

For adults 18+ only.
Registration is required. Register for these programs by clicking on Calendar or by calling the library.


bookclubBook A Luncheon

Book A Luncheon is a monthly book club for adults.
It meets on the first Thursday of each month at Charlestown Library.

The book for next time will be:
     The Library at the Edge of the World by Felicity Hayes-McCoy.

Charlestown Library - February 7 at 12:15-1:00 pm


artscraftsArts & Crafts Mondays

Join us the first Monday of every month for an adult arts & crafts program. This is a drop-in program. Participants may be responsible for bringing certain materials. Please contact the library for more information.

Charlestown Library
1st Monday of the month at 2:30-4 pm
sitsewSewing Circle

Bring your own projects and sit and sew with friends. Meet new people. We will have demos of possible projects for you to work on.

Charlestown Library
4th Wednesday of the month at 2-3 pm

cookbookCoffee Break with Cookbooks

This is a program to discuss the art of cooking, share cooking tips, sample recipes, and browse new cookbooks.

Participants can bring a sample of a recipe for that month's topic to share with the group. Be sure to bring a copy of the recipe.

Charlestown Library

• first Thursday of each month from 9:30-10:30 am

New Washington Library

• first Monday of each month from 10:00-11:00 am

March 7 - Light Lunch Items
April 4 - Emergency Meals
May 2 - Tropical Delight
June 6 - Berries
July 11 - 4 Ingredients or Less
August 1 - No Bake Cooking
September 5 - Savory Snacks
October 3 - Lovin' From the Oven
November 7 - Comfort Food
December 5 - Cook Exchange
March 4 – Use a food item that starts with letter “M”
April 1 – Surprise ingredient
May 6 – 5 ingredients or less
June 3 – Light lunch
July 1 – American as_________
August 5 – Brown Bag
September 9 (second Monday due to holiday) – Midnight snack
October 7 – Bacon
November 4 – Lovin’ from the oven
December 2 – Cooks choice