Adults don’t let kids have all the fun this summer!
READ OR LISTEN TO A BOOK
PLAY THE BEST OF 2018 BINGO CHALLENGE. Pick up your BINGO card at the Adult Events Table.
SUBMIT YOUR CARD TO QUALIFY FOR A PRIZE
Friday, June 29 at 1 PM
FREE Popcorn, air conditioning and a dazzling musical set In the mid-’20s.
Nightclub sensation Velma murders her philandering husband, and Chicago’s slickest lawyer, Billy Flynn, is set to defend her. But when Roxie also winds up in prison, Billy takes on her case as well — turning her into a media circus of headlines. Neither woman will be outdone in their fight against each other and the public for fame and celebrity.
Chess for everyone
Mondays at 2:30 PM
July 2, July 16, July 30
Chess for everyone is facilitated by Stephen Wicks. All ages are welcome.
Beginners are encouraged to come down and learn how to play.
Feel free to bring your own board or use ours.
Who dunnit? book club
Wednesday, July 11 at 10 AM
Earthly Remains by Donna Leon
Featuring the fictional hero Commissario Guido Brunetti. Books are available to check out at the front desk. Who is your favorite mystery author?
Copper Rock Photo Holders
Thursday, July 12 at 6:30 PM
A make and take art project for adults. Sign up by calling the library or registering at the Adult Events Table. This activity is FREE. Registration is required, class size limited.
Second Friday Foreign Film
Friday, July 13 at 7 PM
An extraordinary trial is taking place in a residential courtyard in the capital city of Mali. African citizens have taken proceedings against such international financial institutions as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), whom civil society blames for perpetuating Africa’s debt crisis, at the heart of so many of the continent’s woes. This is a unique opportunity for audiences to become familiar with contemporary Africa. FREE and open to all.
Book Party and Dessert
Wednesday, July 18 at 7 PM
Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
Little Fires Everywhere explores the weight of long-held secrets and the ferocious pull of motherhood-and the danger of believing that planning and following the rules can avert disaster, or heartbreak. Books are available to check out at the front desk.
Monday, July 23 at 6:30 PM
Do you like to Cook, Bake, and EAT scrumptious delights? If so, join us for a lovely meal prepared by your fellow chefs. Each participant will prepare a recipe to share with the group. Cookbooks and Sign up for the recipe you wish to prepare will be available at the adult events table or call Rennie at 487-3391. This month’s menu will feature Vegetarian Cuisine using the following books: Mighty Salads: 60 ways to Turn salad into Dinner by Food52, Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables by Joshua McFadden and
V Street by Rich Landau.
Friday, July 27 at 1 PM
FREE Popcorn, air conditioning and a wonderful musical set in Montmartre Quarter of Paris, France at the turn of the century, a world of indulgent beauty and unparalleled extravagance, of bohemians and aristocrats, of boulevardiers and mademoiselles! The Musical tells the fictional story of an ambitious, lovesick writer, Christian and a dazzling entrancing chanteuse, Satine.
Wednesday, August 1 at 1 PM
A FBI Profiler Pierce Quincy and Officer Rainie Conner mystery.
Books will be available at the front desk.
Thursday, August 9 at 6:30 PM
Bead Wind Chimes
A make and take art project for adults. Sign up by calling the library or registering at the Adult Events Table.
The activity is FREE. Registration is required, class size limited.
This project is made possible by a generous donation of beads from Ladybead and Rook in Wilton.
Friday, August 10 at 1 PM
The Elusive D. B. Cooper
Author Bill Rollins shares his newly released book “The Elusive D. B. Cooper, How He Escapes”.
The book details this man’s emotions and intricate plan for revenge. D. B. Cooper hijacked a plane in 1971,
demanded $200,000.00 and 4 parachutes in exchange for the passengers. He jumped, never to be found.
Friday, August 10 at 7 PM
Second Friday Foreign Film
The lucky winner of the national lottery is Ned Devine, so taken by his good fortune that he now can’t be waked, because he died from the shock of it! News of the win spread quickly in the scenic little Irish village of Tully More, but not the secret news of Ned’s demise. With lottery officials closing in to confirm the prize claimed by the deceased Devine, Ned’s closest friends scheme to keep the prize money close to home, in memory of Ned of course! But as the plot twists humorously, they learn it is hard is to keep such a secret in a small town.
Free popcorn, air conditioning and open to all.