A full listing of our many programs for kids can always be found on our For Children page. Check it out and join in the fun!
This is a collaboration of over 100 libraries in Indiana that share materials. This means that you will have access to many more materials. If you want an item that we don’t have in our building, we can find the item on the computer system, put it on hold for you, it will be sent… More GPL has joined Evergreen Indiana
Thursday, September 8, 3:30 PM — Celebrate the County Fair with fun fair games and food!
Thursday, September 29, 6 PM — Write down your favorite pumpkin recipe and bring it along. We will make copies to share and have several different pumpkin treats for you to sample (you don’t have to bring samples, we will provide them). Any ideas you have for decorating pumpkins are welcome, too!
Thursday, September 22, 6 PM — There are so many fun creations that you can make yourself in celebration of Halloween. Bring your ideas and samples. We are looking for fun costume ideas, decorations and snacks. All ages are welcome to attend.
Thursday, September 8, 6:30 PM — Join us in creating three Fall themed greeting cards. All supplies are provided, and there is no cost to attend. Judy Rahrig plans and preps for all of these classes. A fun and relaxing way to spend an evening with friends and family. Call or stop by the library… More Cardmaking Class
Thursday, September 1, 6:30 PM — Local genealogist, Kerry Baumgartner, leads this group. They have even begun a Facebook page for community members to post any problems they are having with their research in hopes of offering help in finding sought-after information. Looking forward to getting involved in some community cemetery recordkeeping projects. New members… More Genealogy Club
Thursday, September 1, 1 PM — We will discuss the first half of the book Long Knife by James Alexander Thom, about George Rogers Clark who led a small army west to conquer all of the territory between the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. He battled the British, befriended the French and Spanish settlers, and made… More Adult Book Club
Tuesdays, 10:30-11:30 AM — Join us as we color and talk about Anne’s adventures in the heart-warming story of Anne of Green Gables. Coloring pages, markers, and colored pencils are provided.
Monday, September 12, 6:30 – 7:30 — This is for newly graduated high school seniors to young college aged adults. We will meet Monday Nights from 6:30 to 7:30 P.M. in the Herzer Hall/A.K.A the Teen Room. This will be your time to hang out and do programs to help “Adulting” become easier.
Saturday, September 10, 10:30 AM — Roar! This will be a dino-mite party for first and second grade boys. We will be doing crafts, games, and eating! Please RSVP to the library at 357-5485
Monday, August 29, 3:30-5:00 PM — Grades 6-12th, New Adults 18-24 Children 12 and under are welcome to participate if they have a parent/guardian with them. We will be discussing ways to be safe while using the Pokémon Go App and sportsmanship between teams, followed by applying our new safety techniques on a neighborhood Pokémon hunt.… More Pokemon GO – Team Hunt