Adult Programs


Dawn in the Night! Rescheduled!

Tuesday, April 10th at 7:00 PM Community Room 112 A&B

No registration required. Free family event.

This is a unique and compelling portrayal of Amelia Earhart in a Chautauqua-esque format. The stage is set when "Amelia" stops by as part of a trip she made to Wyoming in 1934. The body of the performance, though not impromptu per se, appears as such while Amelia answers questions from the audience. Some have been planted to direct the performance. Following this overview of her life thus far, "Amelia" then answers unscripted questions relevant to this date. Additional questions and post-script follow when Miss "V" appears for the final segment of the performance, which covers the final three years of her life.

Cooking Club March 2018!!!

Date: 4th Thursday of each month, January - April
Ages: Adults only. Must be 18 years or older.
Time: 6:00 PM
Registration and $8 fee is required.

Calling all adults who love to talk about food-home cooks and self-proclaimed foodies of all experience levels! The Public Library has started a Cooking Club. This unique club will provide you with the outlet to share this love with people who have the exact same passion. No more need to talk endlessly about the intricacies of food to a bewildered spouse or family member; use the club to get this out of your system!

Click here to register.


Trivia Tuesday

Trivia Tuesday is a program in which teams compete against each other in answering questions from various topics. Participants can choose their own teams of 3 to 5 people or individuals may register for Trivia Tuesday and will be assigned a team before game-play.

Date: 3rd Tuesday of January, February, and March   (1/16, 2/21. 3/27-date changed for March due to scheduling conflict, 4/24)
Time: 7:00-8:30
From working together on tough questions to joking with other teams, team members bond with each other and other teams to create a fun, stimulating environment filled with friendly competition. Everyone has fun at Trivia Night!


Available Book Clubs

The Public Library organizes the following book clubs for the general public:

    Book Club in a Bag

    Library patrons can check out all the materials needed to start their own book club or discussion. Each bag will contain several copies of a book, reading guides, discussion questions, etc. Book club bags can be checked out on your library card.

    Participating in a Book Club

    If you would like to join a book club or create your own, please contact the Alexander Mitchell Public Library at 605-626-7097.