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Library Hours

Monday-Thursday: 9am-7pm Friday: 9am-5pm Saturday: 9am-4pm Sunday: Closed

Adult Social Programming

Libraries aren’t just about books. Sometimes a library can be a great place to meet like-minded people, foster new interests, and socialize a bit. We have many clubs that give Yorkville patrons great opportunities to have fun with new people.

Book Clubs

The Yorkville Library offers six book clubs for adults. Click the link above to check out our book clubs and what they’ve been reading.

Roaming Readers Walking Club

Threads & More

Do you crochet, knit, needlepoint, sew, or quilt?  If so, get together with fellow “threaders” for a creativity blast! Come work on your unfinished projects, show off finished projects, and check out what other people are doing. “Threads & More” group is an informal friendly group that welcomes all interest and abilities.  The group meets on the first Tuesday of each month.  This program is for adults 18 and older. 

Dungeons & Dragons Clubs

Join the YPL Dungeons & Dragons group every Thursday in the Adult Services department.  We are a friendly group of players with a variety of experience levels – from dungeon masters who’ve played for years to brand new gamers trying things out for the first time.  

The current campaign is full. If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Adult Services Director Mike Curtis to get on the waiting list for when a new spot or a new game open up.

Monday Movie Madness

Enjoy a free afternoon movie with your friends on the last Monday of each month.  Click here to see upcoming movies.

DateTitleStarsDescription
June 24Somewhere in QueensJennifer Esposito, Sebastian Maniscalco, Ray RomanoThis dramedy follows a simple Italian American family in Queens. Leo and Angela embrace their family life one day at a time. Their son, Sticks, is a shy high schooler with little to prove. When Sticks finds his passion on the basketball court, he starts dreaming big and the family must confront their expectations about parenthood, success, and the joy of discovering oneself.
July 29What Happens LaterMeg Ryan, David DuchovnyWilla and Bill are ex-lovers that will see each other for the first time in years when they both find themselves snowed in at an airport overnight.
August 26Barbie Margot Robbie, Ryan GoslingBarbie and Ken are having the time of their lives in the colorful and seemingly perfect world of Barbie Land. However, when they get a chance to go to the real world, they soon discover the joys and perils of living among humans.
September 30Asteroid CityJason Schwartzman, Scarlett Johansson, Tom HanksIn an American desert town in the mid-fifties, the Junior Stargazer Convention attracts stargazers of different ages. A group of students and their parents visit the town to attend the event. What follows is an unexpected exchange of ideas and experiences that lead to eye-opening revelations.
October 28A Million Miles AwayMichael Pena, Rosa SalazarJose Hernandez grew up as a migrant worker, but always dreamed of space. Every decision he made was based on his desire to become an astronaut. He went to college, got an engineering degree, and worked through the system until he finally got the call from NASA he’d been waiting for. Based on true events.
November 25The HoldoversPaul Giamatti, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Dominic SessaThis dramedy tells the story of a disagreeable schoolteacher named Paul Hunham. With no family or friends, Paul ends up staying at school during Christmas break to supervise holdover students who can’t travel home for the holidays. Troublemaker Angus and head cook Mary build an unexpected bond with Paul on campus. Together, they go through hilarious adventures, celebrating Christmas together in their own way.

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