Adult Program

FEB 5 - FEB 6 Paper Making Workshop - Adults & Teens 12+

Create handcrafted paper at these drop-in sessions offered on Tuesday, February 5 and Wednesday, February 6 at 3-5 PM and 6-8 PM.

Local paper enthusiast Tanya Schwartz will share the latest techniques in handmade paper production and crafting of cards. Participants need not stay for an entire two hour session, as a selection of paper items can be produced in under an hour. For adults and teens 12+. No registration. First come-first serve.

FEBRUARY 19 Adult Game Night - Dice Rolling Games

Get your game face on and enjoy modern board games at the library! This month we are featuring dice rolling games. Bring your favorites to share! This month's featured game is King of Tokyo. Elder Sign, Machi Koro, Zombie Dice, Batman Dice, Chupacabra Dice, and Roll For It will also be available to play.  Adult Game Night meets monthly on the third Tuesday of the month.

What are Dice Rolling games?

Dice games often use dice as the sole or principal component and traditionally focus almost exclusively on dice rolling as a mechanic (e.g., Yahtzee). Description from BoardGameGeek.

About the Game: King of Tokyo

In King of Tokyo, you play mutant monsters, gigantic robots, and strange aliens—all of whom are destroying Tokyo and whacking each other in order to become the one and only King of Tokyo.

JANUARY 6 Character Prep Workshop for Dungeons and Dragons

Dungeon Master Mike will be available on Sunday, January 6 at 1:00 P.M. to assist anyone who wants to develop their own character for the library’s Role Playing Gaming Group. Due to the popularity of this program, we will be adding a 4th DM to run an additional D&D game using the 5th edition.

Missed previous RPG sessions but still want to participate? You can! Attend this Character Prep meeting OR create your own character and email Adult/Teen Services Librarian, Mandy Sprague, at to notify our Dungeon Master of your participation. Newcomers and experienced gamers are both encouraged to join in on the role playing fun! Drop-ins are welcome! 

Role Playing games (RPGs) encourage storytelling and creativity as players assume character roles in a fictional setting. Most RPGs allow players to personalize their character by selecting their race, class, physical attributes, skills and abilities from descriptions in the gaming manuals for that particular gaming system.

Ages 13-adult or younger if accompanied by a parent.


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