Adult Programs

All programs require pre-registration, so save your spot TODAY!

Knit2gether
Saturdays: Sep. 8, Oct. 13 & Nov. 10
2-4pm

Colder weather is coming and with it comes the need for cute, fall accessories. If you are 16 and over and would like to learn how to knit or crochet, we have a group for you! Stitch with the library’s knit, crochet and needlecraft group and create items to stay warm this season! Participants should bring their own materials and tools. Experienced crafters and beginners are all welcome.


Your Medicare Questions Answered
Mondays, Sept. 10, Oct. 1 & Nov. 5
11am-12pm

Do you have questions about your (or your loved one’s) Medicare coverage or 2019 coverage changes? A representative from Ma3 Healthcare Solutions will be available to answer your Medicare questions regarding prescription coverage, Medicare supplement plans, and more.


Polymer Clay Pendant Necklace
Friday, September 14
11am-1pm

Create a beautiful necklace from polymer clay. Limit 11.


Mommy Talk Time
3rd Saturday of the Month
12-1:30pm

Moms and Moms-to-be spend time doing some cool DIY projects for their little ones, and enjoy some Mommy and me bonding time together. Limit 10.

                             September 15 Bows and Bowties: Decorate onesies, create baby headbands and bowties
                              October 20 Photoshoot: take some fall themed photos of your little ones
                             November 17 Playdate: Mommy and child (ages 0-3) have an activity-filled play date


Coffee & Crosswords
Mondays: Sep. 17, Oct. 15 & Nov. 19
1-2pm

Sip a cup of coffee and make friends while you challenge your brain!


Get Your Game On: Adult Card Games @ The Library
Thursdays: Sep. 20, Oct. 25. & Nov. 29
7-8:30pm

Bid Whist, UNO or Spades—we play them all. Come out each month, bring a friend and meet your neighbors for an evening of card games, snacks, music and fun. Adults only.


Kombucha for Beginners
Friday, September 21
11am-12pm

Kombucha is arguably one of the hottest beverage trends to sweep the world in recent years. We will provide discussion, recipes, and video demonstrations to provide you with all the information you need to understand Kombucha benefits to health and how to make this tasty probiotic beverage in your home.


Setting and Sticking to a Budget
Saturday, September 22
1-2pm

Establishing a budget and sticking to it isn’t easy, but it’s the best way to be in control of your finances and make sure your money is going toward the expenses that matter most to you. Join us to start the path to financial security.


Power of Attorney and Living Will Info
Monday, September 24
10-11am

Seniors! The Center for Disability & Elder Law will discuss obtaining powers of attorney for healthcare and property and living will declarations. Sponsored by Representative Thaddeus Jones.


Beginner’s Spanish
Mondays, September 24-October 22
1-2:30pm

This 5-week beginning Spanish language course is aimed at those who would like to learn the basics and build upon the basics by learning grammar and more. You’ll have time for practice and to ask any questions you may have. Limit 15.


Adults & Crafts
Wednesday, Sep. 26 from 6-8pm
Mondays: Oct. 29 & Nov. 26 from 1-3pm

Each month we’ll create something new!

                                                          September 26 Cactus Coasters
                                                          October 29 Dryer Vent Pumpkin
                                                          November 26 Silhouette Lanterns


Money Smart
Thursday, September 27
6-7pm

Take control of your finances. Our money smart session will explore basic financial tips, setting financial priorities for insurance, debt elimination and financial needs analysis for a lifestyle of money management skills.


All Eyes on Me: The Foundations of Makeup
Saturday, September 29
12-1:30pm

Come learn some beauty applications, tips and tricks– don’t forget to bring your makeup! Age 14-Adult.


Senior Lunch and Learn
Last Friday of the Month
11am-12pm

Seniors! Join us every last Friday of the month for our free Lunch and Learn series. Each month we will focus on a different technology related topic. Limit 20.

                                                             September 28 Telehealth
                                                             October 26 Investing Online
                                                             November 30 Explanation of benefits (EOBs)


Soul Line Dancing
Every Monday in October
6:30-7:30pm

Linda from Dawn the Dancin Deeva is back! “Get your move on” while you combine exercise with R&B music. Bring a water bottle and dress comfortably for this fun-filled class. Registration is 30 minutes before the start of each class. Limit 25 per class.


AARP Driver Safety Course
Tues. and Weds., October 2 & 3
9:30am-1:30pm

Take the AARP Smart Driver classroom course and save money on your car insurance! In this course you will refresh your driving skills and rules of the road knowledge, and learn the techniques and methods to keep you and your loved ones safe on the road. $15 for AARP members, $20 for non-members.


Understanding Medicare
Wednesday, October 3
7-8:30pm

Personal Finance Coach and Insurance Agent Stacie Daniel of Financial Motivations will help you to understand which Medicare plan is best for you, coverage, Medicap insurance and more so that you can make the best decision during the October 15-December 7 enrollment period.


Michigan Wine Tour
Saturday, October 6
8:30am-6:30pm

Enjoy nature’s breathtaking fall colors on the way to visit four vineyards and wineries on Michigan’s Wine Trail. Tastings at each stop, along with vodka tasting, beer barn, local produce for purchase and gift shops. Lunch will be on your own at Round Barn Vineyard’s food truck or pack your own sack lunch. $75 per person is due at time of registration. Registration deadline is Sept 21. MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE TO ATTEND. Limit 23. SPONSORED BY THE FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY. NO REFUNDS.


Crockpot Comfort Food
Wednesday, October 10
6-7:30pm

Learn how easy and time-saving using a Crockpot can be to make comforting meals your whole family will love! Ages 16 and up.


3rd Annual Local Author Showcase
Saturday, October 13
1-3pm

Calling all book lovers! Join us in celebrating local authors as they showcase their work at the Library! This event will allow them to share the inspiration for their books, discuss the publishing process and read an excerpt. We’ll follow with a question and answer session and book purchase/ signing. If you are interested in participating in this event, please contact Rhonda at reference@glpld.org before the October 1 deadline.


Get Out of Debt for Good
Wednesday, October 17
7-8:30pm

Personal Finance Coach and Insurance Agent Stacie Daniel of Financial Motivations will discuss the importance of getting out of debt and the tips to help you accomplish it. Learn how to get out of debt for good!


Meditation on the Inner Light
Thursday, October 18
7-8pm

Through meditation we can experience a profound, peace, bliss and happiness unlike any we can find in the world. Come learn the steps to mediation and begin to experience the inner light and a deep source of spiritual nourishment. Facilitated by Renate Lanotte, MS LCSW. For new or advanced meditators.


Marbleized Silk Scarves
Friday, November 9
1-2:30pm

Create a one-of-a-kind scarf using traditional Turkish painting, Ebru. With Ebru, paint floating on water is transferred to a silk scarf. We’ll provide all materials! Limit 20.


Cutting the Cord: Ditching Cable to Save Money
Wednesday, November 14
7-8:30pm

As the costs of cable and satellite increase, save money and discover the newest streaming services & devices for movies, music, and productivity such as Google Chromecast, Roku, Netflix, Hulu, & more.


Agate Night Light
Friday, November 16
11am-12pm

Chase away the darkness when you join us to create a high-end, shop-inspired night light using an agate slice, gold leaf and a little glue. Limit 15.


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