Programs for Adults

Get Ready for Bingo!

Adults of all ages are invited to join us for BINGO fun, socializing, and a chance to win some great prizes!

We have some new guidelines for BINGO:

  • Registration is required to attend

  • Attendance is strictly set at 12 people to maintain safe social distancing

  • All attendants are advised to wear face masks

  • Attendants may bring their own non-alcoholic beverages or snacks

Roselawn will have BINGO on Thursday, May 13th at 2 PM. Call 219/345-2010 to register.

Lake Village will host BINGO on Tuesday, May 18th at 1 PM. Call 219/992-3490 to register.

Register online at:  

We look forward to having some BINGO fun as we welcome patrons back to our programs!


Evergreen Virtual Book Club

Evergreen Indiana Library Consortium has a Book Club! In this online community, you will connect with other library patrons and community members through the enjoyment of reading and discussing books related to lifelong learning, social issues, literature, psychology, and other user-submitted ideas. 


There is no cost to participate – you just have to get a copy of the book from your preferred source.  Free ebooks are available for download for patrons of Evergreen Indiana public libraries; you may also borrow the book in print or audiobook from your local Evergreen Indiana library. You can sign up at or keep reading to learn more. 

How it works 

The book club will connect through a private online forum where members can discuss the current book and network with each other. The group will spend approximately two months on each book, so you'll have plenty of time to read. You can sign up and learn more here: 


Why should you join? 

There are three main reasons we hope you'll be excited to participate in our book club:

  1.  Increase Your Connection to the Evergreen Indiana Library Consortium Community

  2.  Embrace Lifelong Learning and Growth

  3.  Reading is good for you!

 Join here 

The selection for March through June, 2021 is Walter Tevis' The Queen's Gambit - "Eight year-old orphan Beth Harmon is quiet, sullen, and by all appearances unremarkable. That is, until she plays her first game of chess. Her senses grow sharper, her thinking clearer, and for the first time in her life she feels herself fully in control. By the age of sixteen, she’s competing for the U.S. Open championship. But as Beth hones her skills on the professional circuit, the stakes get higher, her isolation grows more frightening, and the thought of escape becomes all the more tempting." (from