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Upcoming Adult Programs

Spice of the Month Club

2nd Saturday of each month at 4pm

Meet with other cooking enthusiasts during our new cooking club. The Spice of the Month Club is a monthly program featuring a variety of unique spices, herbs, or bends. Spice of the month club is a great way to try out new spices and share recipes and ideas with other home cooks!  Members can pick up a sample packet of each month's spice, some recipes that feature that spice, and a little bit of history about it.  On the second Saturday of the month, the group will meet at 4pm at the library to discuss their experiences and share recipes.  Members are welcome to bring tasting samples to meetings, but it is not necessary to participate. Kit pick-up will run from one meeting to the next at the front desk.

Traveling Tea Club

The Traveling Tea is a free monthly tea subscription box. Every month you will pick up a box from the welcome desk which includes a hand-picked library book, 2 tea bags, snacks, and an information sheet… that’s right, a free tea subscription box, that will be created especially for the chosen theme of a location or time period. Sign-ups are closed Feb, March and April. 

Traveling Tea Book Club- 1st Thursday of each month at 6pm

This program is for traveling tea members to meet up, talk about the books we have read and drink some tea together. If you are not a member but are interested in the club feel free to join us too. Registration

Mindful Meditation and Stretching

2nd & 4th Thursday of each month at 6pm

Please join us for a 60-minute Mindfulness Meditation and Stretching class. The first part of the class will be a moving meditation composed of simple yoga poses, deep breathwork, and stretches. The second part of the class is guided meditation (roughly 15-20 minutes long), which is done in stillness. The last 5-8 minutes is a deep relaxation. Registration

Open Table D&D

Every Monday night at 5pm

Open Table D&D  is open to any D&D player ages 10 and up. The open table concept allows anyone to drop in to play, beginners to advanced.. All characters are level 3 and the DM can provide pre-made character sheets if a person doesn't already have one. There are also pencils and dice sets to borrow if needed.   All games take place in the same universe and are based on D&D 5.0.

Resume Workshop

4th Saturday of each month at 10am

Make your résumé stand out from all the rest!  Get help editing & tailoring your résumé .  To make the best use of workshop time, please bring a paper copy of your résumé to the class.

Writer's Guild

1st & 3rd Thursday of each month at 2pm

Get your current work in progress critiqued by other writers, and pick up tips to help you improve your craft! No registration. Visit the Writer's Guild site here.

Crafting & DIY

Knit & Crochet

Second Wednesday of each month from 6-7:45pm

Join us to work on your latest yarn project, or start a new one!
No registration required.

DIY Alcohol Ink Tiles

March 24th 2pm & 27th 6pm

Create unique marbled tiles with basic materials. Strictly Ages 18+ only

DIY Wire Wrapped Pendants

April 3rd 6pm & 7th 2pm

DIY Square Stitch Beading

April 14th 2pm & 17th 6pm

DIY Viking Wire Weaving

April 21st 2pm & 24th 6pm

Book Clubs

Wine, Women, & Words Book Club

Thursday, April 18 6:30pm- The Wind Knows My Name by Isabel Allende

Thursday, May 16 6:30pm- Fresh Water for Flowers by Valerie Perrin

Thursday, June 20 6:30pm- The Unmaking of June Farrow by Adrienne Young

Thursday, July 18 6:30pm- Book Lovers by Emily Henry

Thursday, Aug 15 6:30pm- Hang the Moon by Jeanette Walls

Thursday, Sept 19 6:30pm- The Women by Kristin Hannah

We get together monthly to discuss the book selected by a group member and communicate by email between times. We  explore our books while enjoying a glass of wine and munch on the exotic or mundane. (No alcohol is provided by the library. Members are welcome to bring their own to enjoy during the discussion.) 

No Registration.

Have an idea for library program?  Propose your program at this link!

 Library programs are sponsored in part by the Friends of the Wells Branch Community Library.