Adult Programs

Upcoming Events



                                                              
Adult Program: Monday, March 2 at 5:30 pm. Vision Boards: Do you have the winter blues? Need help reaching your personal goals? Join us to create your own vision board to help you focus on the positive. We will provide materials to help you get started, but please bring in a few of your own photos and mementos as well to personalize your board. Registration is required for this free event and begins February 17th on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) or by calling 345-0136. Space is limited. 
 
Adult Craft:  Wire-Wrapped Earrings, March 18th at 5:30.  Bend and wrap wire to create beautiful earrings.  We will also add pearls for a finishing touch.  Registration is required for this free event and begins March 2nd on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) or by calling 345-0136. Space is limited. 


Decluttering 101, Wednesday, April 15th at 5:30 pm.  Join Moxie Life Organizing to learn some tips and tricks and products to manage your life.  Registration is required for this free event and begins March 20th on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) or by calling 345-0136. Space is limited. 
 

Adult Program: Monday, April 6 at 5:30 pm. Watercolor Quotes: Come make a print of an inspirational quote that looks like you gave it some watercolor flair. Spoiler alert- it’s not real watercolor, but nobody will be able to tell the difference, and it’s so easy you’ll want to make more at home! Registration is required for this free event and begins March 23 on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) or by calling 345-0136. When you register, please pick two quotes from our pre-selected list on the registration page. Space is limited.
 
A Matter of Balance Class, Tuesdays, 1:30 – 3:30 PMRuns for 8 weeks, April 21 – June 9
Are you wondering what happened to your balance, wobbling a bit when you walk, or wavering some when you stand? Nearly one-third of seniors over the age of 65 will fall each year, and that percentage increases by 50% by the age of 80. Yet falling is NOT a natural part of aging. This class helps address and change the body’s reaction to a number of causes for loss of balance. This is a popular eight-week workshop that helps older adults stay safe, active and independent. Registration is required for this free event on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) or by calling 345-0136. Space is limited.  Sponsor: Area Agency on Aging IIIA.
 
Interested in joining a Thursday evening or Saturday afternoon book club?  Please inquire at the adult reference desk (345-0136).


Adult Craft:  Wednesday, May 13th at 5:30 pm.  Bird House Key Hook.  Decorate a cute little bird house upon which you can hang your keys!  Registration is required for this free event and begins April 27th on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) or by calling 345-0136. Space is limited. 
 
 
 
 
 

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Homebound Delivery Services

The Homebound Delivery Service seeks to provide library materials to Comstock Township Residents who are unable to visit the library according to the criteria below. Homebound delivery includes the selection of materials by library staff and delivery of those materials by library employees.

Residents are to be considered homebound if they have a condition (due to illness or injury) that restricts their ability to leave their place of residence, except with the aid of a supportive device such as crutches, canes, wheelchairs, and walkers, the use of special transportation, the assistance of another person or if leaving home is medically contraindicated. In most circumstances, if a resident drives, he/she would not be considered homebound.
 
Call 345-0136 for further information.
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