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Upcoming Adult Programs

Traveling Tea Club

Sign-ups Are Closed

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 for boxes in May, June and July.

Silent Book Club

Thursday, June 2nd 6:00pm

Need some quiet time?

With no assigned book or required group discussion, the Silent Book Club is ideal for those who want the community of a book club without the homework and social pressure. We meet once a month to read silently as a group, with some time for optional socializing just after our reading time. Registration

Try It! Paint Pour Ocean Bookmarks

Saturday, June 4th,  4:00pm

Make a beautiful piece of art to hold your place in your books. We will be making paint pour bookmarks with beach scenes. Registration

Mindful Meditation and Stretching

Thursday, June 9th,  6:00pm

Take a self-care break and join us on June 9th, at 6 pm! Registration

Resume Workshop

Saturday, June 11th,  10:00am

Make your résumé stand out from all the rest!  Get help editing & tailoring your résumé to the job you want.  This is a group workshop designed to help you take your basic résumé and make it ready to submit to a specific employer. To make the best use of workshop time, please bring a paper copy of your résumé and a job ad to the class. Each workshop lasts approximately an hour and a half.  Walk-ins are welcome if space is available. Registration

Harry Potter Trivia

Saturday, June 11th,  4:00pm

Think you know everything about Harry Potter? Test your knowledge at Harry Potter Trivia. Accio, answers! Registration required

"Hoppy" Hour- Petting Zoo for Adults

Saturday, June 18,  4:00pm

A special visit from Tiny Tails to You, Austin's tiny traveling petting zoo. We will have shrinky dinks to do while waiting for your turn with the animals. . Registration required

(Pre-teens or teens can come with their parent to this program)

Adult Pastel Class

Thursday, June 23rd,  5:30pm

Adult Rembrandts will be teaching how to draw using an engaging method that all can succeed with. We learn about drawing and art. Learn how to illustrate a fun scene in this two-hour class.

(Tweens and Teens may come to this class with a parent or guardian- sign up number should include tween and/or teen)

Pastels can be messy please wear short sleeves and clothes you don't mind getting a little dirty. Registration required


Thursday, June 30th,  6:45pm

Whether you are trying yoga for the 1st time or are a regular practitioner, join us for our free class and enjoy the benefits yoga can bring. Registration

Gardening for Birds with Native Plants

Crafting & DIY

Knit & Crochet

Second Wednesday of each month from 6:00-7:45pm

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

DIY Stamps and Stencils

May 25, 6:00pm

This class is for 18+ only. Add texture and design to all kinds of objects using stencils and stamps. Learn to plan and execute your ink or paint based projects. Registration required

DIY Embroidery

June 1, 6:00pm

This class is for 18+ only. Try seven different hand embroidery stitches and learn how to make sure that your next embroidery project turns out the way you want it. Registration required

DIY Cross Stitch

June 15, 6:00pm

This class is for 18+ only. Learn how to set up and make a personalized cross stitch pattern for your very own bookmark. Take the basic steps with you to make all kinds of projects! Registration required

DIY Mending

June 22, 6:00pm

This class is for 18+ only. Try out some techniques to save your favorite clothes from the trash. Bring 1 piece of clothing you'd like to learn how to mend with you for a hands-on class! Registration required

DIY Needlepoint Basics

June 29, 6:00pm

This class is for 18+ only. Tent Stitch, Brick Stitch, German Stitch, what's the difference? Learn your Needlepoint Basics and stitch up a quick sampler to take with you.! Registration required

Book Clubs

Wine, Women, & Words Book Club (Zoom)

Thursday, June 16 6:30pm - A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles

Thursday, July 21 6:30pm - Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Thursday, Aug 18 6:30pm - The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles

Thursday, Sept 15 6:30pm - Cloud Cuckoo Land by Anthony Doerr

Thursday, Oct 20 6:30pm - Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Thursday, Nov 17 6:30pm - The Last Thing He told me by Laura Dave

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.) 
Advance registration required on Zoom.

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.