Adult Programs

Dec 13 12:00am

Want to learn how to download/stream content - from comics and ebooks to movies and music? Curious about how many tools you can use now to build skills and enhance your resume or test scores? Register here:

Dec 14 12:00pm

You're invited to explore early-American history during an online afternoon conversation with Pulitzer Prize winning historian Nicole Eustace as she discusses her 2022 award winning book Covered with Night: A Story of Murder and Indigenous Justice in Early America. Register for this program here:

Dec 14 6:30pm

In this free writing workshop, local biographer Alan Bergman will teach participants how to write engaging stories based on personal experience. In addition, one will perform exercises to recall past events and learn to use sensory language to enhance their storytelling approach.


Dec 15 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.

The class is free. Computers are provided. Space is limited. 


Dec 15 6:00pm

¿Es nuevo en el mundo de las computadoras o ha pasado un tiempo desde que usó una? Luego, venga a Conceptos básicos de la computadora y aprenda algunos conceptos básicos: cómo iniciar y apagar una computadora correctamente; crear, guardar y abrir un archivo; crear una carpeta; y renombrar archivos y carpetas.

La clase es gratis. Se proporcionan computadoras.


Dec 17 11:00am

Join the Field Notes Book Group as we discuss our selection for this month, Dodie Smith's I Capture the Castle.  Copies will be available at the circulation desk.

Dec 19 7:00pm

'Tis the season for drinking hot cocoa and listening to charming holiday stories. Join professional voice actor Alan Sklar for an evening of storytelling with the timeless classics, The Gift Of The Magi by O. Henry and A Child's Christmas In Wales by Dylan Thomas.

This is a program for adults and families. 

Please register here:

Dec 29 5:30pm
This meeting taking place via zoom the last Thursday of every month, serves as an information session for adults who wish to work toward their high school equivalency diploma. We'll review information on the four pathways to a diploma and resources available through the Westchester Library System.
Jan 07 10:30am

Join the Field of Mystery Book Group for a lively discussion of our January selection, The Woman in the Library, by Sulari Gentill.  Copies of the book will be available at the Circulation Desk.

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