Creative Groups and Programs for Adults

These group activities are currently on hold due to the COVID19 Pandemic. Please check out our CreativeBug FREE online classes at this time.


Have you tried out our new online classes? Brought to you by Joann’s and the Library, all you need is your library card to log in and start taking fabulous creative classes.  LINK HERE to get started!

Check it Out! is the Library’s monthly newsletter highlighting adult programming, classes and library events.  Mark your calendars and come join us for lifelong fun and learning at the Library.  LINK HERE for the Newsletter. Below are additional featured programs sure to tap your creative, fun side! 

SNHL Card Club

Meets the first and third Tuesday from 5:00 to 8:00pm
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday from 1:00 to 4:00pm.

Meet new friends, hone your card-playing skills and learn some new ones! Always open to new players.

Needles & Hooks by the Books

Meets every Wednesday from 2:00 to 3:00pm, downstairs ‘by the books”!

Bring your knitting or crochet projects and join us for an hour together at the library. Free lessons on the first Wednesday of the month. Contact Jan in the Reference Department for more information.

Rummikub Game Night for Adults

Meets on the first Thursday of every month at 6:00pm.

Join a lively session of Rummikub with a friendly group of people. A great night out and a chance to make new friends! Newcomers welcome.

What’s Your Story?

Meets the second and fourth Monday from 12:30 to 2:30pm.

Do you have some heartfelt stories from your life you’d like to write about and share with others?  Come join this group to share stories and refine your writing process. An information writing group.

Tai Chi Style Movement with John Uddstrom

Meets every Monday and Friday morning 8:45 to 9:45am.

Participants must register first time and  sign a liability waiver. Pay per session or for the year. $2.00 per each class or $100 for the  year. Payable to the Library.

Meet Me at the Movies!

When that favorite book has been made into a movie, meet up with Library Staff to compare! We’ll announce a session to meet at the movie theatre where we can all watch the movie together, then head over to a local restaurant to eat and discuss the merits of the book vs. movie. Check our Library Newsletter for the next session.