- Classes open to individuals age 16
& up. To register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Include the your name, class
and date you would like to attend.
PLEASE REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT LEAST
TWO DAYS BEFORE THE CLASS DATE.
February | March
(M) Main Branch | (L) Lanesville Branch | (P) Palmyra Branch | (E) Elizabeth Branch | (G) Genealogy
Anything Goes Craft Day: Meet new people and work on any craft projects that you may have. FREE
Author Book Signing: Meet with author Doug Ziedler and purchase one of his books (or bring your own!) and receive his autograph. FREE
Cooking With Class: Learn how to use an Air Fryer and sample some tasty food! Please call the Lanesville Branch (812-952-3759) to register. FREE
Craft Circle: Bring your current crafting project or start something new! All skill levels are welcomed. Work at your own pace and enjoy the company of other crafters. FREE
Creative Cards Class: Come learn how to make homemade cards. In this class you will complete three cards to take home. COST: $5.00 (Register at 812-952-3759)
Essential Oils Class: Learn how to live a life of wellness using essential oils and other natural products. FREE
Family Tree Saplings: Interested in finding out your family history but don't know where or how to begin? Join Harrison County genealogist Lynne Keasling and HCPL Genealogy Department Head Kathy Fisher to learn tips and basics of starting your genealogy and growing your family tree. COST: FREE (Register at 812-738-5412 or send an email email@example.com) LIMIT OF 10 PARTICIPANTS
Fly Your Flag (Properly)!: Learn about some history, common uses, and missteps, of displaying the Red, White, and Blue. Participants may bring old, tattered American flags that are ready to be retired. (Hosted and Sponsered by FPGC/HCPL) For information on registering please contact the Genealogy Library at 812-738-5412 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Building NOT ADA compliant. Program will be repeated at Library branches at later dates. LIMIT OF 10 PARTICIPANTS
First Families Workshop: Joint program with HCPL and Southern Indiana Genealogical Society will provide an overview of the "First Families" project and suggest strategies for anyone wanting to learn more about researching direct descent from a settler living in Floyd, Harrison or Clark Counties prior to Dec. 31, 1840. COST:FREE (Register at 812-738-5412 (FPGC), send an email email@example.com, or register in person the Elizabeth branch for the March session. LIMIT OF 20 PARTICIPANTS
The Genealogy and Local History Explorers Club: Focus on Records of Demise, Weird Causes of Death, Odd Estate Items, and more! Learn more about the Obituary Collection and other supplemental Death Records available at the Frederick Porter Griffin Center for Local History and Genealogy. (Hosted and Sponsored by FPGC/HCPL)Register by contacting the Genealogy Library at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812.738.5412 Limit of 10 participants. Building NOT ADA compliant.
Just Craftin' Around: Join us in meeting new people and working on any craft projects that you might have. FREE
Matters of Grave Importance: Hear Mary Eve from the Harrison County Cemetery Restoration Team discuss methods for cleaning and repairing tombstones, and learn about researching Cemeteries... and maybe witness a few surprises. (Hosted and Sponsored by FPGC/HCPL) Register in person at the Lanesville Branch, or by contacting the Genealogy Library at email@example.com or 812.738.5412. Limit of 20 participants.
Personal Journaling: Meet some new people and learn some useful journaling tips; you will also be given a suggested topic on which to journal. Don't forget to bring a journal with you! (Register by calling 812-952-3759) FREE
Quills and Quibble Writers' Group: Come join others who are interested in writing and get help and opinions from each other. FREE
Sit and Stitch Class: Come and join others who love to sit and stitch. Bring a current project or start something new. Work at your own pace and enjoy the company of others.
Classic Book Club: Reading: Lorna Doone by R. Blackmoore
Mystery Book Club: Reading: Double Blind by I. Johanson
Shakespeare Book Club: Discussing - Merchant of Venice and different actors
Christian Book Club: Reading: Beside Still Waters by T. Goyer
Friends of the Library Meeting: Come to meet other members and be a part of the Friends of the Library.
The Book Box: Visit the Friends of the Library store, located in the library's parking lot on the corner of Oak & Chestnut Streets. Here you can buy books, magazines and movies--and all of the proceeds go directly to
purchasing items for your library.
Friends of the Library: Become a member and be a part of our library community! Your time makes a difference, and your services are needed. Friends of the Library brochures are available at the Main library, or stop by a meeting!
M = Main
L = Lanesville
P = Palmyra
E = Elizabeth
G = Genealogy