The Jackson County Public Library is offering online programs for teens and adults this month.
Virtual programs will be posted on the library’s Facebook page with a link to the library’s YouTube channel, which can be viewed at any time. Click the “Subscribe” button on the library’s YouTube channel and the notification bell icon to stay caught up with the library’s virtual programs.
Celebrate National Craft Month with a take-and-make craft, available while supplies last. Choose from Easter egg cactus, DIY bird seed eggs or fizzy bath salts or let the library surprise you. To arrange pickup, call 812-523-4636.
Join a pandemic recipe swap at bit.ly/3pRfs27 now through March 12. Participants will share the best new recipe or favorite comfort food enjoyed since March 2020 and receive a booklet of all submitted recipes and a surprise 2020-themed gift.
At 6 p.m. today, hear author James H. Madison discuss his book “The Ku Klux Klan in the Heartland” in a Facebook Live presentation online at facebook.com/MyJCLibrary.
Get a preview of available books during Friday Firsts at 10 a.m. Friday and March 26. Use the Evergreen Indiana app or call to place a hold on the book.
The Spilling Ink Writers’ Group will meet virtually at 2 p.m. Saturday. Kathi Linz, an information services assistant and published author, will discuss how to write a how-to article.
For teens ages 12 to 19, programs will be posted to the JCPL Teen Scene Facebook page or at jcplteenscene on Instagram.
Participate in an interactive whodunit on the Teen Scene Instagram now through March 31.
Comfy Coasters take-and-make crafts will be available this month while supplies last.
Join the JCPL Teen Scene Discord Server for Games and Gab Night at 4:30 p.m. March 19. Play games and chat virtually with friends.
Teen Totes are available for teens in grades 6 through 12 while supplies last. Contact [email protected] for information about the totes, which include a monthly themed surprise with a library book of choice.
Information: Visit myjclibrary.org, follow the library on Facebook or call 812-523-4636.