Adult Programs

Jun 02 10:00am

New to computers, or has it been a while since you used one? Then come to Computer Basics and learn some essentials: how to start and shut down a computer properly; create, save, and open a file; create a folder; and rename files and folders.

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Jun 03 10:30am

Join the Field of Mystery Book Group as we discuss our June selection, The Darkness, by Ragnar Jonasson.  Copies of the book will be available at the circulation desk prior to the meeting.


Jun 06 7:00pm

Join us for the debut meeting of the newest book group for adults, It's Not Rom-Complicated, in which we read different romantic comedies and discuss them.  The first selection is Secretly Yours, by Tessa Bailey.  Copies are available in advance at the Circulation Desk.

Jun 10 10:30am

Le invitamos al Club del Libro en Español, Rincón de la Lectura, el grupo se reúnen en la biblioteca. El Libro de Junio es Solito por Javier Zamora. Puede obtener sus libros en nuestra biblioteca. Venga preparado para discutir los temas del libro el día de la reunión. Para mas information comuníquese por el siguente correo electronico,

Jun 12 6:00pm

In this virtual program, participants will learn to sketch a seascape in the style of Georges Seurat.  They will learn to use lines, shapes, and angles to help complete their drawing.  Participants will then learn how to use the pontillist technique to color in their pictures.

Jun 15 7:00pm
The Red Rose Girls (Jessie Willcox Smith, Elizabeth Shippen Green, and Violet Oakley) enjoyed extraordinary career success, forging new paths for women artists during the Golden Age of Illustration.
Join American art historian Rena Tobey in this virtual event to learn about these bold New Women and revel in the glories of their art.
Jun 17 11:00am

Join the Field Notes Book Group for a discussion of our June selection, The Bandit Queens, by Parini Schroff.  Copies of the book will be available in advance at the circulation desk.

Jun 21 6:30pm

Come hear certified human rights consultant Mishiba Taylor present a brief introduction of your human rights with a follow up Q & A session. 

Jun 22 4:00pm

Hot yellow, cool blue, fiery red! In this virtual program, explore how Krasner and Pollock used color to convey emotion and energy. Then learn basic color mixing techqniues, followed by expressive painting. Have paint supplies on hand.

Jul 06 7:00pm

Democracy is a way of governing that depends on the people's will. Join historian Martin H. Levinson in discussing how democracy has evolved over the centuries and what can be done to preserve it where it’s endangered today.

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