The Library is pleased to offer both recurring and one-time events geared to its adult patrons. Typically there is no charge for attending. Patrons should check the Community Calendar for a list of upcoming events.

 

A Special Evening With...

A free series featuring prominent speakers in the community.

 

2023 Season

 2023 LCL Evening1 Schedule

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2022 Season

LCL Evening Schedule

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Sundays at Two


The popular Sundays at Two program is a lecture series that brings in speakers on a variety of topics of interest to patrons. Five to six lectures are scheduled from January through March each year, bringing in experts on science, the arts, history, literature, and politics to share their thoughts and engage in discussion with attendees. The schedule is posted in December for the new year. The 2023 Series ran from January 22nd through March 19th.

 

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Please Click Slide For January 21st Lecture Replay-Sue Lindsey

 

SAT Sciacchitano 28 Jan 24 Instagram Post

Please Click Slide For January 28th Lecture Replay-Paul Sciacchitano

 

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Please Click Slide For February 11th Lecture Replay-Dr. Kenneth Ellenbogen

 

SAT Kehlbeck 18 Feb 24 Instagram Post

Please Click Slide For February 18th Replay-Keith Kehlbeck

 

 

Sundays At Two 2023 Replay Videos 

Sundays At Two 2023 

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Sundays At Two 2022 Replay Videos

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 Book Signings


On occasion the Library schedules book signings for local and regional authors. Patrons may come to meet the authors and learn more about their recent publications. Watch our calendar and check back here. 

 

Reader’s Corner


The Library hosts an informal book discussion group open to any patron. The group meets monthly to discuss books selected by its members. Participants are not required to attend discussions, but may choose to join the group when the book interests them. The Library orders multiple copies of paperback editions of the books to be discussed and makes them available to the group members. When possible, the Library also obtains an audio version of the book. Click HERE to view the Reader's Corner page.