Adult Programs

Library Programs for Adults

 

Summer Saturdays in the Park

Recycle, Reuse, Re-purposing                                                                  Saturday, August 24th: 10am-11am  

Summer Saturdays In the Park "Recycling, Reusing, Repurposing, Real Fun!” Participants will use recycled materials to make their own game. 
Summer Saturdays in the Park is designed for children and their caregivers to play, get creative, and learn! The program is free. Most supplies will be provided by the library; and participants will make a game to take home! Please bring some plastic bottle caps.

 

Educate and Create

Diabetes Prevention                                                                            Wednesday, August 28th: 5:30pm-7pm

The Ashtabula County Family YMCA will present, “Managing & Preventing Diabetes.”   Health & Wellness Director, Bonnie Konczal will provide tips and strategies for staying healthy followed by participants preparing a nutritious snack.   
Educate & Create is designed for adults to enjoy an evening of education and creativity! Participants will enjoy presentations by local businesses and organizations followed by an opportunity to get creative with a fun, hands-on activity.

Medicare Informational Seminar 

Thursday, September 5th: 12:30pm                                                                                                                                                                                Zachary Freeman, a Medicare specialist will share all the information you need to choose the Medicare Supplement that meets your needs. Zachary will also discuss recent changes to Medicare. This is an educational seminar and no selling of insurance plans will take place. 
 

Educate and Create

Emergency Preparedness                                                   , Wednesday, September 11th: 5:30-7pm

“Emergency Preparedness” will be presented by the Ashtabula County Emergency Management Agency. Learn how to prepare for disasters that could potentially affect your family and your home; you can be safe by being prepared.  This presentation will be followed by creating a decorative candle holder to take home.
Educate & Create is designed for adults to enjoy an evening of education and creativity! Participants will enjoy presentations by local businesses and organizations followed by an opportunity to get creative with a fun, hands-on activity.

Medicare Informational Seminar 

Thursday, September 19th: 5:30pm                                                                                                                                                                               Zachary Freeman, a Medicare specialist will share all the information you need to choose the Medicare Supplement that meets your needs. Zachary will also discuss recent changes to Medicare. This is an educational seminar and no selling of insurance plans will take place. 

Educate and Create

Jump Start your Creativity                                                  Wednesday, September 25th: 5:30-7pm

“Jump Start Your Creativity” by author Nancy Christy. Whether you are an author, an aspiring author, or just a recreational writer, this program is designed to boost your creativity and help avoid “writer’s block”!
Educate & Create is designed for adults to enjoy an evening of education and creativity! Participants will enjoy presentations by local businesses and organizations followed by an opportunity to get creative with a fun, hands-on activity

Club & Meetings

Tai Chi 

Monday & Thursdays: 9am-10am with Ron Winters at the Simak                    Welcome Center

Qigong 

Mondays & Thursdays: 6pm-7pm with Catharine McKibbin at the Simak Welcome Center

Creative Writers Club

Tuesdays: 10am-Noon in the Library

Kingsville Quilters

Wednesdays: 9am-Noon at the Simak Welcome Center

Friends of the Kingsville Public Library 

1st Tuesday of the Month: 1pm-3pm at the Simak Welcome Center

Village Readers Book Club 

3rd Tuesday of the Month: 1pm-2:30pm in the Library

Stamp Club

4th Monday of the Month: 7pm in the Library