Programs & Services for Adults

Adult Summer Reading Program

Summer reading is for everyone!  Libraries Rock is this year's theme -- pick up your adult summer reading program brochure (and bingo form) at the Library or download it and get more information and tips here.  Please register here so we can be sure to have enough prizes!  Submit a title and author for the Books that Rocked My World! poster here.  

Book Groups

The Novel Bunch

This group meets on the second Monday of each month from 6-8 pm at the library to discuss works of fiction and is open to any interested adult.

For more information, contact at

Lethal Lunches

This group meets on the first Wednesday of each month from 12:30-2pm to discuss mystery novels and is open to any interested adult.

For more information, email

Writer's Group

This group meets on the second Wednesday of each month from 6-8pm  Contact for more information. 

Crafty Afternoons & Serene Saturdays

Crafty Afternoons for adults happens every 2nd Monday beginning at 11:00 a.m.  Come and enjoy a relaxing time with creative and often seasonal craft projects.  $3 materials fee may be paid at program time. Register by calling 734-439-1240 or emailing

Serene Saturdays Adult/Teen Coloring Club happens on the first Saturday of the month. Relax your Mind & De-Stress with a hot cup of tea, soothing music, colorful conversation and a healthy dose of creativity. We provide coloring pages, pencils and crayons. Or you may bring your own supplies and projects. It will be a great way to start off your busy month with a little peace, relaxation and coloring.

Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled

In Washtenaw County this free service administered by the Ann Arbor District Library, loans books, magazines, and videos in alternative formats (audio books on cartridge or for download, large print, braille books and magazines, and descriptive video) to individuals of all ages who are unable to read or use standard printed materials as a result of temporary or permanent visual or physical limitations. For more information, check here