Open Mah Jongg Play – Tuesdays at 11:00 am. The Mah Jongg group will meet every Tuesday. Advanced beginners and experienced players welcome for casual, non-competitive play. No instruction is provided and we recommend that you bring your own National Mah Jongg League card.
Tech Tuesdays: Digital Device Drop-In – Tuesday, January 12, 2:00 – 4:00 pm and 7:00 – 9:00 pm. Did you get a new smartphone, tablet, or e-reader for the Holidays and are eager to get the most out of it? Having trouble downloading e-books? Want to learn how to do something new? Looking to discover cool apps? Drop in the library during the afternoon or evening session for basic support in getting to know your digital device and an opportunity to have your questions answered.
An Afternoon at the Movies - Thursday, January 14, 1:30 pm. Join us for a movie. Refreshments will be served. For more information visit the library's Adult Programs web page.
R.E.a.D. (Read, Eat, and Discuss) – Thursday, January 21, 7:00 pm. Librarian-led discussion of Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal. Sign up in the library to choose a recipe from the book to bring with you to the discussion.
Essential Oils 101 – Wednesday, January 27, 7:00 pm. An introduction to the fascinating world of Essential Oils, fast becoming a popular alternative for promoting healing and maintaining well-being. In this workshop Merrie Robin Monroe, Board Certified Polarity and Cranial Sacral Practitioner and Therapeutic Yoga Instructor, will discuss some of the basic properties of Essential Oils and focus on the oils you can use for maintaining a healthy immune system during the cold months of winter.
Story Time – Tuesdays at 10:30 am. Join us every Tuesday for stories, discussions and a simple craft. Ages 3 – 5.
Winter’s Wildlife Detectives: Explorations of the Winter Life of Local Woodland Animals– Tuesday, January 26, 4:30 pm. This program is geared to children in grades kindergarten to 4th grade. The program will investigate the winter habitats and survival methods of neighborhood woodland animals.
Registration for all programs open in the library, by phone, or online