Adults & Family



Kitchen Chronicles

✨NEW! Adult Cooking Classes

We are so excited to announce a brand new program for adults, Kitchen Chronicles! Beginning January 2024, this monthly cooking class will be held in our Program Room. Each month will have a different theme, so we’ll be able to offer a little something for everyone!

Class size is limited to 9, and registration will be required each month. Follow our Facebook page for open registration announcements at the beginning of each month!

Computer Help

If you need basic computer help, stop by the library!

We’re here to help you with email, printing, web browsing, and so much more.

Friends of the Library

If you love the library, consider joining the Friends of the Library! Membership is free!

You’ll get to be a part of our popular annual book sale and selection of our annual FOL Scholarship recipient, plus get nice perks like a book sale discount!

Download and fill out the registration form for membership, and bring it to the circulation desk to get started!

Genealogy @ the Library

Discover your unique family history and build your family tree for free with Library Edition.

Our volunteer instructor, Kurt, will show you how to use and help you discover your family history records.
Genealogy @ the Library is currently on hiatus until Spring 2024.


Join us for guided craft making and socialize with other crafters in the community! We’ll have a new craft for you each month.
Meets the first Saturday of each month.

Special & Limited Time Programming

Literary March Madness

Your favorite literary characters are going head-to-head in this fun March program!

Here’s how it works:

  • Round One: March 4 -8
  • Round Two: March 11-15
  • Round Three: March 18-22
  • Round Four: March 25-29
  • Final Round: April 1-5
  • Champion Announced: April 8

Seed Library

Season begins March 1.

Build your garden with seeds from the library! Take up to 10 packets per season.

We are currently accepting donations of both opened and unopened packets of seeds for this program!

Blind Date with a Book

January 29 – February 29

In this exciting February program, we gather a diverse collection of books from our shelves and wrap them in plain brown paper. Check one out and discover an author you’ve never tried, or a book you never thought you’d read. Who knows? Maybe you’ll fall in love!

Books in this program are selected for adult reading ages.

Fishing for a Good Book

January 29 – February 29

Just like Blind Date with a Book, Fishing for a Good Book is a fun February reading program, but for our younger crowd! Grab a book wrapped in plain brown paper from the display in the Children’s Department, and discover something brand new. You may just get hooked!

Books in this program are selected for 3rd-5th graders.


Fiber Arts Club

Join a group of people who love knitting, crocheting, spinning, weaving, felting, or other yarn-related crafts, no matter the level of proficiency or the age.

Bring your own project, socialize, and get help if you need it. This is not a class, but help is provided if you are new to the craft.

View all meetings.

Summer Reading Program

We have a Summer Reading program for every age group! Toddlers, kids, teens, and adults can all participate in this fun summer program in which you read to win prizes. There are weekly prizes as well as a grand prize for each age group at the end of the program.

During the Summer Reading Program, we also offer free family entertainment each Wednesday afternoon. Our performers have included magicians, singers, wildlife experts, and many more!

Holiday Programming

We love celebrating the holidays with our patrons! We offer all day trick-or-treating on Halloween, Santa visits us at Christmastime, we ring in the New Year with Noon Year’s Eve, and more!

Check the calendar to see any upcoming special holiday programming!

Story Time

Each week, we have three story time offerings full of fun stories, crafts, games, music, and bubbles!

Baby Lapsit is designed for babies under one year, and is held on Tuesdays at 12:00 pm.

Tiny Tots is designed for toddlers, and is held on Wednesdays at 10:30 am.

Bookworms is designed for pre-K children, and is held on Thursdays at 11:00 am.

For more information, check out the children’s page!

Contact Us:

Yorktown Public Library
8920 West Adaline St.
Yorktown, IN 47396

Phone: 765-759-9723
Fax: 765-759-7260
Text: 765-405-7530

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Current Hours:

Monday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Thursday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed
Yorktown Library

Yorktown Library