Library events for Adults
In our gallery, we are pleased to present ‘Between’ Art by Tohei Mano with collaboration Haiku Poetry by local writer, TJ Havens. The opening will be February 2 with a book signing and reception on February 20 at 6:30pm in the Carnegie East Wing.
Meet us at the Bookmark for lunch and a book discussion! THE TEA GIRL OF HUMMINGBIRD by Lisa See will be discussed on February 19, 2019 at Noon.
Come out, order a drink or an appetizer. We'll discuss THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST by Emily M. Danforth on February 21 at 7pm at Cagney’s.
“There is no such thing as too many books… only not enough shelves!” Do you want to treat your child or a friend to a new book? Consider shopping through this special book fair event and benefit the library at the same time! Usborne Books & More offers over 2,000 titles. For every purchase made, the library will earn book credit to buy new books for our youth department.
If you want extra help using a computer, these classes are for you! Basic computer classes will be offered at both our Shelbyville and Morristown libraries.
Are you beginning an ancestry project and need help? All ages are welcome to come to the department to learn how to trace their ancestry! A workshop is held on the last Wednesday of every month. This meeting will by led by Hoosier Photo Organizer, Jodi Bundy, and teach you how to preserve your family photos.
Are you interested in learning more about your family history? Do you also have an interest in learning more about Shelby County and Indiana’s history? Then be sure to come out and attend this FREE workshop!
An Indiana History Book Club meets monthly in the library's Genealogy and History Dept. of the library. DEEP FOREST: A NOVEL OF THE INDIANA FRONTIER by Emsley W. Johnson, Sr will be discussed in March.
FUN FOR ALL AGES! Karen Land, a three-time veteran of the Iditarod sled dog race, will share stories from her experience on the trail on Sat., March 9 at 11am at the Shelby County Public Library (Main Library in Shelbyville; Free event! No reservations are necessary to attend).