Adult Programming




Adult Programming


Programs will be held on Facebook or Discord as designated.
All visitors must wear masks while in the library.
Please sign up for any program you wish to attend ahead of time so that we may have plenty of supplies on hand.

Summer Reading Program 
Read Beyond the Beaten Path
Kick-Off Party
Saturday, June 4

All Ages are welcomed to join us for a Kick-Off party featuring a Weenie Roast, Lawn Games,
and Meet Lucky the dog! 
Design Your Own
Coffee Mug

Monday, June 6
1:00 P.M.

For Adults and Teens
Utilize Oil-based Sharpies
to personalize your very
own coffee mug

 Chalk Painting 
Message Rocks

Monday, June 13
6:30 P.M. 

Family Program
Come to the Library and paint your own chalkboard - on a rock!
Adult Book Club
Tuesday, June 14
6:30 P.M -7:30 P.M.

Come for our Adult Book Club as we explore a variety of genres.
This month we are reading the futuristic fiction novel
The Shadow by James Patterson and Brian Sitts.
Upcoming book selections include:
July 12: The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion by Fannie Flagg 
August 9: Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Writer's Group 
Tuesday, June 28
6:30 P.M.

We plan to edit and critique each other's work, becoming better writers in the process. When you sign up, please include your email address so we can send your writing piece to other members to critique ahead of time.
Next Meeting: July 26
Standing Guard: Protecting What You've Worked For
Tuesday, June 21
4:30 P.M.
Meeting Room

Learn about strategies you can use to help prepare for the unexpected with Adam Elroy, financial advisor with Edward Jones.


Mosquito Repellant Candle Craft
Friday, July 8
11:00 A.M.

Adult and Teens
Join us to learn how to make the candle that will keep away those annoying Mosquitos.
This program is for adults and teens.
Paracord Bracelet Workshop
Thursday, July 14
 6:30 P.M.
Family Program

We are inviting families to come learn how to make Paracord Bracelets! Join us for an evening of learning how to tie paracord into something fun to wear.

 
Summer Reading Program Finale
Saturday, July 16
12:00 P.M.  - 1:30 P.M.
Family

Join us for our Summer Reading Program Finale by completing one Log Sheet of 300 minutes of reading time! The finale features Incredible Bats, who will present information about bats
and have other small animals
for a meet-and-greet.
The finale is sponsored by the Friends of Limestone Library

Power of Budgetting 
Monday, June 6
4:30 P.M. in the Meeting Room
Adults and Teens

Learn the basics on how to set up a budget from Adam Elroy,
a financial advisor from
Edward Jones. 
How to Beanstack 101
Tuesday, June 7
1:00 P.M.
Family

Beanstack is a great tool to record books and complete challenges - if you know how to do it. 
Join William for this family program as he helps participants in Summer Reading learn to use the app.


Movie at the Library
Friday, June 10
1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.

The whole family can come
to the library and beat the heat while watching
Spider-man: No Way Home. 
Popcorn and drinks will be served.
 

Drop-In Maker Space
Friday, June 24
Family

Have a craft you want to finish or work on something from our Maker Space Cart? Drop in the library and find something creative to work on in our Maker Space Cart.


Rock Coasters
Monday, June 27
6:30 P.M.
Adult

Have a fun night out at the library and make rock coasters!
Computer Building Class
Saturday, July 9
11:00 A.M.

Families can have fun learning how to put together a computer.
No experience necessary.
Plaster Fossils
Monday, July 11
6:30 P.M.

Family
Beat the heat by bringing the family to the library to make your own fossils using plaster. 




Please utilize our e-resources listed 
on the right and below. 

Need a card? Click on the Online Library Card tab 
to find out how to get a library card.

Contact us by email at info@limestonelibrary.org
or send messages through Facebook and Instagram
or call us at 815-939-1696.

Remember that we are a community,
we are going through this together,
and we are here for you. 


E-Resources




Axis 360 is a place 
to get free e-books and e-audio books. 
You do need a library card and pin number 
in order to create and account.



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