One-on-One Tech Help and Computer Classes
Schedule an appointment with Megan (573) 634-2464 ext. 247 for one-on-one help or check out our computer classes!
Book Clubs & Booklists
The library offers three Adult Book Discussion groups. Come eat your lunch and discuss the book of the month at our Fiction@Noon book group. Or maybe you like to have more freedoms when you delve into the pages! The Loosely Bound Book Club is an evening book club at the library where a theme or genre is chosen each month, and you get to choose your own book related to that topic. For our New Adult crowd we have Shelf Indulgence; indulge yourself and dig into some great literature with other book lovers.
We're always getting new books and other media at the library. Click here to see our New Materials!
Loosely Bound Book Club
Looking for your next great read? Instead of reading the same book each month, members of Loosely Bound Book Club read a book of their own choice related to the theme of the month. This month's theme is historical fiction or true history. Feel free to interpret that however you like! We can't wait to hear what you read! Discussions and recommendations abound! Ages 18 and up.
The library will be closed for President's Day and the group will be meeting off site at Arris' Pizza, 117 W High Street.
Join us Monday, February 19th.
Looking for avid readers and stimulating conversation? You've found us! With Shelf Indulgence a new book will be selected each month to discuss. Librarians at the Information Desk are available to help find a copy for each attendee! Indulge yourself and dig into some great literature with other book lovers. In February we are discussing Lady Clementine by Marie Benedict and The Measure by Nikki Erlick.
Join us Wednesday, February 7th.
Virtual Program Archive
Did you miss some of our virtual programs? No worries, click this link to access them anytime!
Fiction @ Noon
The next Fiction@Noon will be on Tuesday, March 26th. This month we are reading and discussing Queenie Malone's Paradise Hotel by Ruth Hogan. Please join book group leaders, Claudia and Kathy, for a lively discussion. Please call the library to put your copy on hold today.
For more information on Fiction@Noon, call Claudia Cook at 634-2464 ext. 245.
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