Programs & Events

Adult Programs & Events


Brown Bag Books

Our longest running book club. Brown Bag Books meets on the 2nd and 4th Wedneday at noon. Talk about whatever book you are currently reading. Bring your lunch and make new friends.


Page Turners

Our Library Book group, Pageturners, meets the last Monday of each month at 7 pm. We read from a variety of genres and have a lot of fun in our informal reading discussions. It’s easy to be a part, just request the Pageturners Book Group book from the Circulation counter and check it out. Come to our discussion, it doesn’t matter if you enjoyed the book or not, it doesn’t matter if you read all of the book, just listening and being a part of our group is entertaining and you will learn a lot.

Other Area Books Clubs

We work with other area book clubs to provide copies of the books they are discussing.
  • Cover to Cover
  • OHS Teachers Book Club
  • United Methodist Women’s Book Club
Chess Club
Chess, the game of kings. All chess enthusiasts welcome, no matter their skill level. Learn the pieces, their moves, and some strategies all while playing with a friendly, encouraging group who shares your enthusiasm.
Tuesdays & Thursdays
5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Chicks with Sticks
Join our casual fiber-arts community. While we started out focusing on knitting and crochet, we have expanded to include needle point, sewing, quilting, rug hooking, spinning, and more. We are open to all levels of experience from those just curious to master artisans.
5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
More Info Coming Soon!
Ideads Needed
Having trouble finding a program that calls out to you? Do you have and idea for a book club, hobby group, game club, or other regularly occurring group? Let Lisa S know and we will look into adding it to our official library programs with enough interest.
O-Town Reads
O-Town Reads is designed to bring the community together through the reading and discussion of a common book. Additionally, we have related events, speakers, and discussions over the chosen books.
2016 Out of My Mind, by Sharon M. Draper gave the members of our city, both young and old, an opportunity to connect and talk about kindness and understanding individuals with disabilities.
2017 Girl in Reverse, by Barbara Stuber opened discussion pathways about prejudice and breaking through those prejudices.
2018 The Other Wes Moore, by Wes Moore gave the members of our city from all economic levels an opportunity to connect and talk about how our lives are shaped by our environment and our decisions.
More Info Coming Soon!
Special Interests
We offer many several interest programs throughout the year. We have had a library themed breakout room, scavenger hunts, book talks, presenters, public discussion groups, gardening workshops, seasonal yoga, and many more. See our calendar for upcomming events.