Library offering variety of programs this month

The Jackson County Public Library is offering online and in-person programs for teens and adults this month.

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. Program location and/or cancellation may depend on the county’s COVID-19 status.

Make a painted candle holder at 5 p.m. Nov. 10 at the Crothersville Library. Registration for this adult craft is required by today with a limit of 10 participants.

The Spilling Ink Writers’ Group will meet at 2 p.m. Nov. 20 upstairs at the Seymour Library. Information Services Assistant and published author Kathi Linz will discuss the seven deadly sins of story writing.

For teens ages 12 to 19, programs will be posted to the JCPL Teen Scene Facebook page, on Instagram @jcplteenscene or offered in the Seymour Library Teen Scene or meeting room.

Drop in to play a game with friends or family during International Games Week from Nov. 8 to 13. Bring your own game or borrow one from the library.

Join the JCPL Teen Scene Discord Server for Recommends and Respawn. Ages 13 to 18 can get reading recommendations and game with friends at 4 p.m. Nov. 11.

Teens can add their own creative touches to classic art during Wreck That Masterpiece at 4 p.m. Nov. 16. Registration is required by Nov. 11 with a limit of eight participants.

For information, visit, follow the library on Facebook or call 812-523-4636 in Seymour or 812-793-2927 in Crothersville. Register for programs at or by calling the library.