Programs for Adults

Click here to view a printable pdf of the complete November 2014 calendar of library programs and events for adults.

Book Discussion Groups

The Library offers several recurring book discussion groups including Mystery, YA for Adults, Lunch Bunch, Poetry and U.S. History & War.

Click here for a full list of groups, times, and upcoming titles. Featured books are available at the second floor Reference Desk.

Computer Classes

Genealogy with
Tuesday, November 25th 6:30-8:00pm
Learn how to use the Library Edition of to trace your roots. For adults. Keyboard and mouse skills required.

Oh the Weather Outside is Frightful! Online Checkout at the Library
Wednesday, December 3rd 6:30-8:00pm
Stuck at home? Learn how to access your library’s resources online with Zinio, hoopla, One Click Digital and Overdrive. For adults. Keyboard and mouse skills required.

Keeping in Touch with Family and Friends via Skype
Thursday, December 11th 6:30-8:00pm
Learn how to use Skype video chatting to stay in touch with family and friends during the holidays. For adults. Keyboard and mouse skills required.

Basic Computer Skills
Wednesday, December 17th 6:30-8:00pm
You know how to turn it on, what’s next? Learn the basics, brush up on your existing skills or bring your specific questions. For adults.

Email Basics
Thursday, December 18th 10:00-11:00am
To apply for jobs online, you need an email address. Don’t have one? Come in and learn how to get one! If you already have an email address and don’t really know how to use it, bring your questions. For adults. Keyboard and mouse skills required.

Groups & Clubs

Adult Board Game Night Join us! Come play new and classic board and card games. This group meets the first and third Tuesday of each month, and it is free to attend. You are welcome to bring your favorite games or just stop in to join a game.

Manga/Anime for Adults This group meets every Monday at 6:45 to discuss and share our favorite Japanese books and movies. If you are interested in joining us, please stop by or inquire at the Reference Desk.


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