Programs for Adults
theme: Fiction books based on real people
A plethora of surprises awaits you with our Bookery Boxes curated by Karen. Each box may contain a book and/or movie, and treats. You keep the extras and return the Bookery Box and library material when finished.
Crocheting with Friends
Tuesdays at 10:00am
Looking for fellowship and conversation while you are working on your current project? Bring your project to the library and join us every Tuesday morning.
Crafts with Dawn
Easter Egg Bath Bombs
Saturday, March 2, 2024 at 10:30 am
Learn to make colorful, scented bath bombs while using Easter Eggs for molds.
Class limited to 10. All supplies will be provided. Please contact the library to register.
Recipe Club with Amee
Thursday, March 14, 2024 at 6:30pm
Pie Squared by Cathy Barrow
Borrow a copy of the book and bring a recipe to share for the program. Plates and cutlery will be provided.
“The delicious new food trend of slab pies that makes it easy to serve sweet or savory pastry to a crowd-or just your family! For those of you who aren't up on your Pinterest food trends, slab pie is just like regular pie-only better (and bigger)! Instead of crimping and meticulously rolling out a round crust, slab pies are an unfussy twist that are perfect for a potluck or dinner party or just a family dinner. Baked on sheet pans, slab pies can easily serve a crowd of people dinner or dessert. Pie Squared includes seventy-five foolproof recipes, along with inventive decoration tips that will appeal to baking nerds and occasional bakers alike. And this fresh, uncomplicated take on pie will surely pique the interest of those who have previously been reluctant to take out their rolling pin.” From Amazon.
Card Workshop with Linda
Saturday, March 16, 2024 at 9:00am
Please call to register: 740.747.2085. Class size is limited to 12.
Make a variety of greeting cards. Supplies will be provided.
Albe’s Book with Amee
Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 7:00pm
The Ride of Her Life by Elizabeth Letts
Borrow a copy of the book and join us for a lively discussion.
“In 1954, sixty-three-year-old Maine farmer Annie Wilkins embarked on an impossible journey. She had no money and no family, she had just lost her farm, and her doctor had given her only two years to live. But Annie wanted to see the Pacific Ocean before she died. She ignored her doctor’s advice to move into the county charity home. Instead, she bought a cast-off brown gelding named Tarzan, donned men’s dungarees, and headed south in mid-November, hoping to beat the snow. Annie had little idea what to expect beyond her rural crossroads; she didn’t even have a map. But she did have her ex-racehorse, her faithful mutt, and her own unfailing belief that Americans would treat a stranger with kindness.” from Amazon.
WIC (Women, Infants, and Children Program)
Call to schedule your appointment at 740.203.2061.
WIC provides supplemental nutritious foods for pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding women and child up to age 5.