Programs for Adults

Special Presentations


And an Introduction to "Bookery and Cookery" programs

Monday, May 15 from 6-8 pm Bring an appetizer to share-- or just bring yourself to learn more about the Bookery and Cookery program. Join us for conversation about cookbooks, tv chefs, and questions about food and nutrition. Next program June 19 will be barbecued foods. Contact Grayce for more information.

Make a Paper Vase with Carolyn Leone

May 17, Wednesday at 5:30 pm

Yet another program in our Annual Paper Artistry Series. Talented paper artist Carolyn Leone will teach a decorative faceted paper container that can hold a common household glass container such as vinegar bottles or wine bottles so you can display flowers -- such a fancy gift container, too. Limited to 12 participants. See Grayce at Reference.

Container Gardening

presented by Connie Jacavone

May 18 at 6:30 pm

Swingin' Past Spring

Free concert with Lloyd Kaplan and the Aristocats

June 1, 2017, Thursday at 6:30 pm

Musical favorites Lloyd Kaplan and the Aristocats return to play more selections from the American Songbook, expecially what Lloyd calls "Swixie," a combination of Swing and Dixieland Jazz.

Monthly Programs

Genealogy Group

Meets usually on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 4:30 pm. Free and open to the public. New topics each month are outlined in the Genealogy newletter.

June Genealogy Newsletter

May Genealogy Newsletter

Play Readings

Last Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm

Actors gather to read from a new play each month. Ask Kevin for more information.

Fiction Book Discussion

With staff fiction specialist Kevin Broccoli. Ask Kevin at the Circulation Desk to put a hold on the book for you, and we'll see you there. No registration required!

Tuesday, February 7th at 3:00 pm The Nix by Nathan Hill

Bloodhounds Mystery Book Club

An independent group of mystery lovers. Kevin can provide more information.

Weekly Programs

Monday Night Coloring for Grownups

Every Monday from 6-8 pm

Join a group of patrons who enjoy coloring with pencils, markers and gel pens. All materials supplied. From coloring books that the library owns, you will select a black and white drawing, and copy that drawing onto special heavy paper that takes the coloring materials well. Enjoy the company of other participants in this fascinating, therapeutic, stress relieving hobby.

Friday Morning Knitting Group

Friday, 10 am to noon

Join a regular group of people who gather to knit together, most Fridays from 10am until noon. See calendar or call to confirm.

Computer Help

You can request on-the-spot basic help using our computers and other technology.

On Display

Folios from the collection of Ralph S. Mohr, including a detailed atlas of civil war battles, and colored illustrations of military uniforms from the 19th and early 20th century.

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