Events for Adults at the Library

Sep 25, 7:00pm Dealing with a Lifetime of Photos

Diane Zielinski, owner of Gentle Decluttering, will teach how to sort, organize, and discard photos.  Diane's first job was a page right here at Richmond Memorial Library!  She has shared her expertise on decluttering in another program and will now focus on photographs.  Register beginning August 28.


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Oct 2, 6:30pm Evening Book Discussion

Read and be ready to discuss Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi.  Copies of the book are available at the library's front desk.


Oct 4, 8:00am Adult Book Discussion

Read and be ready to discuss Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi.  Copies of the book are available at the front desk.  Coffee and tea served.


Oct 4, 12:10pm Books Sandwiched In

Listen to community speakers talk about new books.  Bring your own sandwich; coffee, tea and cookies served.

Richard Beatty reviews American Eclipse by David Baron. 


Oct 5, 6:30pm Fall Banner Class

Learn to make a fall banner that reverses into a Christmas banner.  This paper crafting class is taught by Jenn Cascell.  Registration is required and a $5.00 fee is due at the time of registration for supplies.  If you have these items, please bring them with you: scissors, paper trimmer, pencil, ruler, distress ink and applicator.  


Oct 11, 6:30pm Writers' Group

This group meets monthly and is for adults interested in writing, meeting other writers, and practicing and sharing their writing.  JoNelle Toriseva, a member of GCC's English faculty, is the facilitator.  Registration is not required.  Please call the library at 343-9550, if you have questions.


Oct 11, 12:10pm Books Sandwiched In

Listen to community speakers talk about new books.  Bring your own sandwich; coffee, tea and cookies served.

Leslie Moma reviews Happy City by Charles Montgomery.


Oct 12, 6:00pm Reel Discussions

Come view the movie and stay for a discussion afterward.


Oct 17, 6:30pm Paint a Pumpkin Class

Learn how to paint a scene on an artificial pumpkin in this class for adults taught by decorative painter Krystyna Stefanik.  Registration is required and $6.00 for supplies is due at the time of registration.  More information is available in the library, by calling 585-343-9550 and at www.batavialibrary.org. 


Oct 18, 12:10pm Books Sandwiched In

Listen to community speakers talk about new books.  Bring your own sandwich; coffee, tea and cookies served.

Thomas Staebell reviews Caring for the Dying: The Doula Approach to a Meaningful Death by Henry Fersko-Weiss/


Adult Summer Programs

Exercise Your Mind...Read is the theme of the 2016 summer reading club. Flyers are available in the library.

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