Events for Adults at the Library

Jan 22, 7:00pm Mystery Readers' Mondays Discussion

Read and be ready to discuss Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz.  Copies of the book will be available at the front desk one month prior to discussion.  Also, check OverDrive downloadable audio and eBooks for digital copies.


Jan 25, 6:00pm Reel Discussions

If you enjoy viewing and discussing movies with friends, come join us at Reel Discussions.

Reel Discussions meets from 6pm - 9pm on the fourth Thursday of each month to view and discuss a selected feature length movie in the Gallery Room at the library.

Refreshments are provided by the Friends of the Library.


Jan 29, 6:30pm Borrow the Library's eBooks and Digital Magazines

Learn how to borrow and download the library's eBooks and Digital Magazines to your mobile device.  These items are free to use, books return automatically (no late fees), and magazines may be downloaded and saved indefinitely.  Registration is required for this free program.  Please register at the front desk.


Feb 5, 6:30pm Evening Book Discussion

Read and be ready to discuss The Women in the Castle by Jessica Shattuck.  Copies of the book are available at the front desk one month prior to the discussion. 


Feb 8, 7:00pm Travelogue: China

Dan Hickey will share photographs and stories of his recent trip to China with the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce tour. 


Feb 14, 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.


Feb 14, 8:00am Adult Book Discussion

Read and be ready to discuss The Women in the Castle by Jessica Shattuck.  Copies of the book are available at the library's front desk one month prior to discussion.  Coffee and tea served.


Feb 17, 1:00pm A Fireside Tribute to Howard Frank Mosher

The late Howard Frank Mosher, the 2004 Tale for Three Counties author, was well-known for his book tours to bookstores and libraries throughout the country.  On the occasion of his final book, published posthumously in January 2018, the library is honoring his legacy to readers and writers everywhere.  Ben Beagle will emcee this hour of readings and reminiscences, focusing on Howard's newest title Points North.  Copies of this book will be available to purchase. 


Feb 20, 6:30pm Gnomes to Knit!

Knit an adorable gnome in this class for adults taught by Linda Daviau.  This is an easy project knit in the round. (Easy, but not for beginners! You MUST be able to knit on double pointed needles!)  Please bring a set of U.S. #3 double pointed needles.  All other supplies will be provided.  Registration is required, and $4.00 for supplies is due at the time of registration. 


Feb 22, 6:00pm Reel Discussions

If you enjoy viewing and discussing movies with friends, come join us at Reel Discussions.

Reel Discussions meets from 6pm - 9pm on the fourth Thursday of each month to view and discuss a selected feature length movie in the Gallery Room at the library.

Refreshments are provided by the Friends of the Library.


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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