Events for Adults

Book Discussion Group

This fun, informal group meets once a month to discuss a different book. Discussion schedule, title list and info

Artful Adults Workshops

Join us at the library the second Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm for this hands-on activity series. 

Artful Adults Workshops is a monthly class series for adults who are interested in arts, crafts, and living a fanciful life full of creativity (Teens may participate only if they are accompanied by an adult). Pre-registration will be required to ensure sufficient supplies.

Check the library calendar on the homepage for upcoming program themes and registration information.

Online Learning

Whether you're looking for info on how to use a grill, help passing the GED or ACT, learning another language, or using a new tech gadget, the library has resources to offer. Start here


shelf full of great books - just like the library!

Looking for a Good Book?

In addition to the great "Don't Miss Lists" in the library catalog, we've also discovered a few other places to find new book lists:

  • Sign up for weekly emails from Shelf Awareness to get all the news on new releases
  • You may already be picking up the free BookPage newspapers, but they also have a great online presence
  • A couple of our local librarians blog about everything they read: adult, teen, and kids titles from funny to serious and back again. Please note: their opinions are their own (this is their PERSONAL blog), but you may enjoy looking over their picks. :)
  • Flashlight Worthy makes lists of good books by subject or theme - not necessarily all new books
  • You can browse Goodreads without signing in, but if you register you can also share and look at other readers' shared lists
  • In addition to new release recommendations, the Book Reporter also does tons of giveaways - plus, they have a dedicated section for book discussion recommendations
  • Plus, the library subscribes to several interesting databases for readers (tip: try NoveList)

Advocate for the library

There are a several ways you can help:

  1. ULibraries for Real Life - What's your story?se the library, and talk about it to your friends and neighbors! Nothing works better than the word-of-mouth advertising of happy customers.
  2. Sign up to get notices about ways you can support libraries with our government officials.
  3. Tell us your library story: Our SCLS libraries are gathering unique tales about how libraries change lives.
    Have a story to tell? Tell it here.