The following is an overview of our regular programs and may be subject to change. Read our monthly newsletters or pick up a printed calendar (available at the library) for up-to-date information each month.
The Adult Department regularly sponsors a variety of hands-on programs, from tatting and beading classes to guitar lessons (typically a six-week program offered a couple of times a year, so watch our newsletter and calendar if you're interested!).
Watch also for the talented musicians we bring in over the holidays and for special programs. We also offer a series of outdoor concerts every summer, featuring local bands in a variety of styles.
Our "Timely and Timeless" book club can be found meeting, usually at local restaurants, on the fourth Tuesday of every month, starting at noon. New members are always welcome.
The second Saturday of every month is our "Dark City" movie night. We also periodically hold Sci Fi movie marathons, from Red Dwarf to Star Wars to Dr. Who, so watch your calendars for these special events.
Thanks to local instructor Jodi Coyle, we are able to offer yoga classes on a regular basis. (Classes are currently unavailable due to illness).
A series of cooking classes started in April and is scheduled as follows:
All cooking classes start at 6 PM.
A new activity we've recently embraced is the performing of Radio Plays. We put on It's a Wonderful Life in December, and The Maltese Falcon in March. Expect to see more of these fun events in the future.
If you are into medieval reenacting, join the Adrian Empire on the third Saturday of the month from March to June.
Click here for a complete listing of Adult Department events from the Online Calendar.