The Jackson County Public Library is offering online and outside programs for teens and adults in September.
Virtual programs will be held over Zoom or 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.
Outside programs will be held inside a tent in the Seymour Library parking lot and at Bard Street Park in Crothersville.
At 6 p.m. Sept. 6, Information Services Assistant Kathi Linz will virtually discuss late season planting.
The Spilling Ink Writers’ Group will meet virtually at 2 p.m. Sept. 11. Linz, who also is a published author, will discuss writing using last lines.
Patrons can hear about pollinators in their backyard from Purdue Extension Jackson County Educator Richard Beckort at 1 p.m. Sept. 14 in the Seymour Library tent. Registration is required at myjclibrary.org/events by Sept. 10. The program is limited to eight people.
Local historian Kevin Greene will lead a walking tour of the Seymour boulevards at 1 p.m. Sept. 18. Participants will meet at The Brooklyn Pizza Co. Registration is required by Sept. 16, and the tour is limited to 20.
Make a diorama for your bookshelf Sept. 28 in the Seymour Library tent. Participants will create a scene from Stephen King’s “It” at 10:30 a.m. or a fairy and gnome scene at 1 p.m. Registration is required by Sept. 17. Each session, open to ages 12 and up, is limited to six.
You also can make a fairy and gnome scene diorama at Bard Street Park in Crothersville at 4 p.m. Sept. 29. Registration is required by Sept. 22. Participation, open to ages 12 and up, is limited to eight.
For teens ages 12 to 19, programs will be posted to the JCPL Teen Scene Facebook page or at jcplteenscene on Instagram or offered outside.
Take-and-make watercolor monogram kits will be available for teens to pick up at the Seymour, Crothersville and Medora libraries from Sept. 1 to 21 while supplies last.
Teens also may join the library’s Teen Scene Discord Server for Recommends and Respawns. Game and get some reading recommendations at 4 p.m. Sept. 23. The session is open to ages 13 to 18.
Teens can make and race Bristle Bots at 4 p.m. Sept. 24 in the Seymour Library tent. Registration is required by Sept. 15, and the session is limited to eight.
For information about virtual or live teen or adult programming or any of the other programs and events offered at the library, visit myjclibrary.org, follow the library on Facebook or call 812-523-4636. Register for outside programs at myjclibrary.org/events or by calling the library.