Events for Adults at the Library

Apr 26, 12:10pm Books Sandwiched In

Books Sandwiched In, a lunchtime review of books, features community speakers talking about new books.  Today, Nora Sands reviews Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly.  Participants do not need to read these books prior to this program.  Bring your own sandwich; coffee, tea and cookies provided.


Apr 27, 6:00pm Reel Discussions

If you enjoy viewing and discussing movies with friends, come join us at Reel Discussions.

Reel Discussions meets from 6pm - 9pm on the fourth Thursday of each month to view and discuss a selected feature length movie in the Gallery Room at the library.

Refreshments are provided by the Friends of the Library.


May 1, 6:30pm Evening Book Discussion

Read and be ready to discuss Be Frank with Me by Julia Claiborne Johnson.  Copies of the book are available at the front desk one month prior to discussion.


May 3, 12:10pm Books Sandwiched In

Books Sandwiched In, a lunchtime review of books, features community speakers talking about new books.  Today, Karin Kovach-Allen reviews The Geography of Genius by Eric Weiner.  Participants do not need to read these books prior to this program.  Bring your own sandwich; coffee, tea and cookies provided.


May 4, 7:00pm My Cousin Tone' Jazz Ensemble

 Come enjoy an hour of jazz music performed by My Cousin Tone' Jazz Ensemble.


May 6, 2:00pm Author William Thomas

Canadian humorist and author William J. Thomas stops at the library to give a talk on his book The Legend of Zippy Chippy: Life Lessons from Horse Racing's Most Lovable Loser.  Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing after his talk.


May 10, 6:30pm Writers' Group

This new group is for adults who are interested in writing, meeting other writers, and practicing and sharing their writing.  Facilitated by JoNelle Toriseva.  The group meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm.


May 10, 12:10pm Books Sandwiched In

Books Sandwiched In, a lunchtime review of books, features community speakers talking about new books.  Today, Matt Krueger reviews Ten Restaurants That Changed America by Paul Freedman.  Participants do not need to read the books prior to this program.  Bring your own sandwich; coffee, tea and cookies provided.


May 10, 8:00am Adult Book Discussion

Read and be ready to discuss Be Frank with Me by Julia Claiborne Johnson.  Copies of the book available at the front desk one month prior to the discussion.


May 13, 10:00am Pop-Up Box Card Class

Learn how to make a spring-themed three-dimensional card in this class for adults led by Colleen Moose.  Supplies provided.  Registration is required and begins on Monday, April 3.  Details on class cost to follow.


Adult Summer Programs

Exercise Your Mind...Read is the theme of the 2016 summer reading club. Flyers are available in the library.

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