Open book of opportunities

Greenwood Public Library has a roster of fun winter programs to keep imaginations engaged all season long.

Here’s what’s coming up in January.

All events take place at the library, 301 S. Meridian St.

For families:

“Maker Saturday: Chemical Reactions,” noon, Jan. 28

Join the Teen Advisory Board and learn all about chemical reactions. Demonstrations will be held every half an hour starting at noon.

For adults:

“Hidden Gems of Indiana Architecture,” 6:30 p.m. Jan. 26

Learn about Indiana’s hidden architectural gems from the shell-covered St. Anne Chapel at St. Mary of the Woods in Terre Haute to Evansville’s 9.5-foot tall Vulcan statue.

Suzanne Stanis, Director of Heritage Education for Indiana Landmarks, will share her insider knowledge to highlight historic places worth a visit, from the quirky to the sublime: small towns, neighborhoods, restaurants, shops, parks, cemeteries, scenic drives, museums and more.