The Thorntown Public Library is a proud member of the Evergreen Indiana consortium. Learn more about the Evergreen Indiana Consortium by visiting the State Library’s website here.
To sign up for a library card you must be 18 years or older (ages 17 and under must have parent or guardian present), and have a valid driver’s license or Indiana State ID with your current address. If your ID address is no longer current, you must also present:
- valid voter registration card,
- valid military ID or passport,
- recent bank statement,
- recent utility bill, OR
- property tax receipt
Residents who live in Washington, Jefferson, or Sugar Creek townships qualify for a free Thorntown Public Library card. Resident cardholders will have full access to the Evergreen Indiana Consortium and the eIndiana Digital Consortium (Overdrive downloadable ebooks, audiobooks, and video).
Nonresident Thorntown Public Library cards are available for $122. Nonresident cardholders will have full access to the Evergreen Indiana Consortium and the eIndiana Digital Consortium.
Students of the Western Boone Community School Corporation are eligible for a free Student card at Thorntown Public Library. Student cardholders will have access to Thorntown Public Library materials and programs.
Any nonresident who has a valid public library card in Indiana and also has a valid PLAC (Public Library Access Card) is entitled to a Nonresident Thorntown Public Library card.
If you have any questions about what type of card you are eligible for, please call the library!