Programs

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Adult Programs
Fall 2019
 
Book A Librarian – first Wednesday of every month
            Book a librarian for one-on-one tech help. Bring your phone, tablet, laptop or other device and we will help you learn how to navigate it. Each personal session is one hour long. One session per day, per patron. Call the library to       
            reserve your spot.   
            September 4
            October 2
            November 6
 
Craft Club – second Monday of every month at 6:00
            Dress for mess and gather with friends each month to create a one-of-a-kind craft masterpiece.
            September 9 – Yarn Tassel Wall Hanging
            October 14 – Twine Pumpkins
            November 11 – Fall Hoop Wreath
 
Afternoon Book Club – second Wednesday of every month at 12:30
            This book club meets in the library’s community room to discuss great books.
            September 11 – The Library Book by Susan Orlean
            October 9 – The Boston Girl by Anita Diamant
            November 13 – Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens
 
Books at Bokes – third Wednesday of every month at 6:00
            Pick up your copy of the latest selection at the library and meet at Bokes Creek Winery.
            September 18 – Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott
            October 16 – Final Girls by Riley Sager
            November 20 – The Friend by Sigrid Nunez
 
Adulting 101 - fourth Wednesday of every month at 6:00
            This program teaches you how to grow up by addressing a new topic each month. Free childcare and refreshments included. Suggested ages: 18 – 26.
            September 25 – Let’s Buy a House!
                Ever wonder how to buy a house? Bring all your questions and join us in an open discussion with our experts on buying your very own home.
            October 23 – All About Health & Fitness
                Health and fitness is more than food and exercise.  It's all about mind, body and soul. Join us in discussing how to stay healthy inside and out.
            November 27 – NO MEETING
 
FOL Book Fair – Thursday, September 12 through Saturday, September 14
            It’s back and bigger than ever! Open during library business hours, the Friends of the Richwood-North Union Public Library have a brand new selection of gently used books, DVDs and magazines ready for a new home.
 
History of Richwood – Monday, September 16 at 6:00
            Learn more about Richwood’s past through stories and photos during this trip down memory lane.
 
Medicare Enrollment and Falls Prevention – Friday, October 4 at 4:00
            The Union County Health Department will discuss important issues every aging adult should know – how to enroll for Medicare and how to prevent dangerous falls.
 
Books & Brushes – Thursday, November 7 at 6:00
            Join Crooked Door Studio of Marysville for a night of painting and coffee at this adult program. Bring a friend, and prepare for some artsy fun!