For the month of June, Lee reviewed the book “Station Eleven,” a story that focuses on what people do when everything they have ever depended on simply goes away. Fifteen years after the “Georgia Flu” has wiped out 99% of the human population, their world is radically different. Humanity has been reduced to small, isolated enclaves and their whole lives become dedicated to doing whatever it takes to survive.

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Book Groups

Book Talk

The library offers several book groups.

Click on the links above to learn more about each book group and see the book selection for the month. For assistance, or to get a copy of a book, please visit the Reference Services Desk or call (812)-949-3523.

Deal Me In

Deal Me In cards program at NAFC Library

Every Friday from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM in Strassweg Auditorium

Card players of all skill levels are welcome! Learn how to play a variety of card games and then play with others. Open to adults of all ages. No Registration is required.

  • June 9th – Euchre
  • June 16th – Open Play
  • June 23rd – Party Whist (Start at 1:00 for Pot Luck)
  • June 30th – Open Play
  • July 7th – Hand and Foot
  • July 14th – Open Play
  • July 21st – Tic
  • July 28th – Open Play