Adult Programs


Adult Programs

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The library offers a full range of programming for adults:
  • Adult Book club - The adult book club meets on the third Wednesday of the month to discuss a variety of good books. Join us for reading, conversation, and laughter. Become a regular every month or join us for your favorite book.  Visit the Adult Book Club page for the current titles and dates.
  • At Home Service - At Home Service brings the library to you if you are unable to visit due to illness, disability, or visual impairment. At Home Service provide personalized selection of materials, and convenient delivery, and longer lending periods.  If you are interested in more information or in signing up, ask for Cortni the Adult Services Librarian.
  • Author Visits - The Library brings in local authors for readings, discussions, and book signings. Watch the calendar for upcoming events.
  • Buddy Up and Read - Buddy up and Read is a program to help adults improve literacy skills and build confidence, self-sufficiency, and productivity as students, employees and community members. The program matches readers with volunteers who provide one-on-one mentoring for adults who are looking to improve their reading skills.
  • Conversation Circles - Conversation Circles is program for new English speakers to practice their language skills with other native and non-native speakers.  It meets every Monday from 6:00-7:00 PM, every Thursday from 1-2 PM and drop-ins are welcome.  Any new members should stop by the circulation desk after the meeting to fill out a short form.
  • Friends of the Library - See the brochure in the library and the Friends of the Library page.
  • Scrabble Club - Scrabble Club meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month.  Hosted by the Friends of the Library, it's a great chance to exercise your brain and meet other word-game enthusiasts.
  • Senior Surf 

    Mark your calendar for the first Wednesday of the month! Get hands-on computer experience with help from representatives of the Senior LinkAge Line. Learn computer basics, how to navigate and search the Internet and how to access websites of interest to seniors. Register online or call (763) 706-3690.  Presented in collaboration with the Minnesota Board on Aging and the Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging.