Adults

The Adult Services Department provides fiction books, reader's advisory, audio books, movies, and programs for adults.

Upcoming Adult Programs



Ya Ya Yarners- Monday evenings at 5:00 pm.
Members share crochet and knitting talents as well as work on community service projects. This year our group will provide hats and scarves to local charities and will provide shawls to local nursing home residents. Need to brush up on your skills? Want to share your talents with other crafters? Join us for a fun-packed evening of stitching and conversation.

Tai Chi - Wednesday mornings starting September 7th.
10:15 am – Tai Chi for Arthritis (but, it’s also good for anyone).
11:15 am – Tai Chi for Diabetes (but, it’s also good for anyone).
Join us as local instructor Melanie Chaney teaches a 10-week course in Tai Chi. Tai Chi is an exercise that improves balance, sharpens the mind, boosts the immune system, and circulates oxygen throughout the body while gently massaging all the joints, ligaments and muscles of the entire body. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and flexible, flat-soled shoes that encompass the foot. Try not to miss any classes because each class builds upon the previous ones. Newcomers will not be allowed after the second class takes place. Space is limited. Participants must complete the Enrollment Form at the front desk before the first class.

Basic Computer Skills –This class is designed for beginners. Introduces students to starting the computer, navigating the desktop, and file management.
Wednesday, October 5 at 4pm. Register here.

Piney Woods Festival by the Friends of the Library - Saturday, October 8 from 9am - 3pm
Come join us for our first returning annual Piney Woods Festival! Help us bring back this wonderful tradition. There will be arts & crafts, food, shopping, carnival games and much more. We will be hosting the event in the wooded area beside the library with food and vendors. It will coincide with our fall book sale, so there will be something for the whole family! You won’t want to miss this! Saturday, October 8th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. The book sale will continue on Sunday 1-3pm and throughout the week during the library’s normal operating hours. Fill-a-Bag day will be the following Saturday, Oct 15th from 9am-12pm.

ABC & Ds of Medicare – Karen Haiflich of the Medicare Information Source will help you navigate through the process of Medicare. Learn about filing, benefits, and any other questions you might have. Monday, October 10 at 1pm.

Spooky Jewelry - Drop into the Nan Abbott Room between 5:00pm - 6:30 pm and make some festive earrings to celebrate the season. Thursday, October 13 at 5pm. Register here.

Friends of the Library Meeting- Monday, October 17 at 6pm.

Introduction to Ancestry.com Library Edition - Learn how to discover your family tree using Ancestry.com library edition. We will go over the basics of Ancestry and show you some other great Genealogy sources. Wednesday, October 19 at 4pm. Register here.

Library Book Group – Join us to discuss The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles.
Thursday, October 20. 6:30 pm. Register here.

Microsoft Word 2019 - Understand the basic functions and commands that are available in Word as well as formatting and editing documents. Tuesday, October 25 at 4pm. Register here.

Medicare 101 –  A fun and informative class to learn what to expect with Medicare and how to ask the right questions. Perfect for anyone wanting to learn about their Medicare options. Presented by a representative of Medicare Advisors of Alabama. Thursday, October 27. 6 pm.

Spooky Jewelry