Adult programming at the library is dedicated to helping you discover something new! Between our free craft club, Patrons Create program, book clubs, tech talks, and more – we have something for everyone to enjoy.

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Summer Reading is here June 7th – July 28th!

Adults can join in the fun too! Read whatever you want all summer long and get prizes for reading. Free programs provide opportunities to come to the library, get new books, and learn awesome things. Join us this summer and see what your library can do for you!

Summer Reading Kick-Off Ice Cream Party – June 7, 3-7pm!

Sign up for Summer Reading to get prizes for reading and enjoy our programs just for adults!
(To see what kids are up to this summer, click here. For teens, click here)

Adult Book Club

Patrons Create Programs

June 18 @ 6pm – Name that Tune: 80s/90s Edition
Bring your friends and compete for a chance to win! Prizes for 1st place and runner up.

June 21 @ 6pm – Family Movie Night: Jurassic Park
Bring your family for a movie night featuring Jurassic Park!

June 25 @ 5:30pm – Adult’s Only Movie Night: Ant-Man
Watch the first movie before Ant-man returns to theaters in Ant-man and the Wasp on July 6th! Attend for a chance to win a Regal Cinemas gift card ($10).

Libraries Rock Concert Series!
July 13, and August 3, 6:30-8:30pm

Join us this Summer for our first ever concert series in honor of our Summer Reading theme – Libraries Rock! The concerts are free to the public and will be held outside in our back parking lot, weather permitting.

Featuring the following musical talents:
July 13 – Tom Roddey (see more here)
August 3 – Renee Stewart

Parkinson’s Support Group
2nd Saturday monthly, 1:30-3pm

Our Library is proud to host the local Parkinson’s Disease Support Group! This is an open group, feel free to stop in at any meeting.

Chess Club
Chess club meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday each month at 5:00pm. All skill levels welcome!


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