The Adult Services department offers a wide variety of programming intended to give adults of all ages in our community creative and social outlets. We offer several book clubs, opportunities for exercise and wellness education, and groups to socialize with in fun and unique ways. We believe the library has something for everybody, so take a look a the programs we offer – or help us by suggesting new programming.
Illinois Libraries Present is a collaboration between several Illinois libraries dedicated to bringing best-selling authors to Illinois library patrons. Click here to see other upcoming ILP programs.
Throughout the year, the Yorkville Library brings interesting programs to engage the community and offer new and exciting opportunities to learn, share, and come together. In the coming months we have several interesting classes, fun speakers, and informative presenters.
Past special events include a ukulele concert, gardening groups, science presentations, and lectures about different figures from history and pop culture. Click here to see more of our upcoming special events.
In addition to our weekly Chair Yoga classes and our Roaming Readers Walking Club, this month we are beginning a new Health & Wellness series, bringing in experts in healthcare, mental health, and nutrition to help inform and guide us to make the best choices for ourselves. Click here for other upcoming Health & Wellness programs.
The Yorkville Library offers five adult book clubs to become involved with. Join us any time for invigorating discussion about books in whichever club best suits your needs. Click here to learn more about our adult book clubs.
Our newest clubs are Books & Cooks – a foodie book club – and The Horror Book Club – a group for readers who love spooky and creepy reads.
From our Threads & More needlework group to Makerspace Tuesdays to The Yorkville Creative Writing Group, the library offers a number of opportunities for members of the community to find their creative outlet, work with other creative minded people, and try out new skills and hobbies.
The library can be a great place to meet new people and learn new things. These programs are a great way to expand your horizons and enjoy new company.
If you have an idea or suggestion for a new program book club, please contact Adult Services Director Mike Curtis.