Summer at the Library for Adults

Join the library for summer fun for adults, starting on Saturday, May 28! Summer at the Library 2022 offers both virtual and in-person programs. These programs cover a wide range of interests, so there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Man and woman using sewing machines

Ready for adventure? Check out our Dungeons and Dragons for Adult Newbies program to learn how to play and participate in a one-shot D&D adventure. Try some hands-on crafting programs at the Headquarters Library, like Journaling or Stitch Craft, or join us for weekly Movie Matinees. You can also learn about water conservation, elder abuse awareness, or about the Alzheimer’s Association during virtual presentations from local organizations on Zoom and Facebook. In addition to Stitch Craft, our MakerSpace team will be hosting Family Invention Lab. This series of programs will be open to all ages, children must have an adult present to participate.

We’ll have our regularly scheduled programs such as My Favorite Crime Book Club, Job Club Wednesdays, Conversation Club for Adult Language Learners, and our virtual Music Talk, too.

Sign up for Summer at the Library by creating a Beanstack account or logging in if you already have one. Participants of all ages are welcome to register at their preferred library location to pick-up a Summer at the Library bag, while supplies last. Track the books you read and participate in fun activities to earn badges. Registering and earning badges will give you the opportunity to win fun prizes, including a tablet or a free pizza.

Stay connected with #SummerWithTheLibrary by following us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel @alachualibrary.

By Rachel on May 26, 2022