There are plenty of ways for people 18 and older to enjoy the library. Regular programs are listed below, and check our print or online calendars for more information about additional special programs.
Crafty Listeners - Every Monday at 1:00pm - This group of women listen to an audiobook or music while working on joint and individual craft projects. Both experienced crafters or those wanting to learn are welcome. Feel free to bring lunch or snacks. No registration is necessary.
Evening Book Discussion - 2nd Thursday of the month at 6:30pm - This lively group of men and women read and discuss books from every type of genre, but consistently alternate between fiction and nonfiction. Pick up a copy of the next month's selection at each meeting. No registration is necessary and all are welcome.
"Just a Little Inspiration" Book Club - 4th Wednesday of the month at 1:00pm - This group discusses books with an inspirational slant from all genres: mystery, romance, suspense, historical and contemporary. Pick up a copy of the next month's selection at each meeting. No registration is necessary and all are welcome.
Pinterest Craft of the Month - 2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:00pm - This is an opportunity for adults in the community to come together at the library for a unique project. Each craft is specifically designed for fun and enjoyment. Classes are free, but space is limited so plan to sign up early. Reservations will not be accepted until the specific sign-up date has arrived.
High Nooners Book Club - 3rd Thursday of the month at 12:00pm - This group discusses novels that cover a wide variety of topics - friendship, love, war and peace - but always provide lively discussion. Pick up a copy of the next month's selection at each meeting. No registration is necessary and all are welcome.
Bring Your Own Device - Mondays 10:30am - 2:30pm - Have questions about Overdrive, Hoopla or your device? Stop by the library to have your questions answered, or schedule a phone consultation.
Food for Thought Cookbook Club- 4th Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm- This group gets together once a month for a potluck style meeting where everyone brings a dish and discusses the likes and dislikes of the book. Every month a new cookbook is chosen by the group. Pick up a copy of the next cookbook at the front desk where you can also register with your dish for the next months meeting.
Adult Fiction Collection and Programming: Katie Harbaugh email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult Nonfiction Collection: Tiana McKay