adult programs at the wickson
Join us weekly on Wednesdays starting early May through the end of June from 6:30-8:00 to learn about our Constitution and explore current issues before the Supreme Court. Our resident retired federal judge, The Honorable Christopher Nuechterlein, will walk us through important issue and historical implications. Check the library calendar for specific dates.
Books for Lunch
The 'no obligation' book club. Join us each month on the second Tuesday at 12:30 to 2pm to chat about all things books. The format is very informal. At each meeting, we'll hear about what everyone's been reading and get lots of book suggestions. Sharing is always voluntary.
Michigan Notable Book Club
Choosing reads from the Library of Michigan's Michigan Notable Book Program, our group meets periodically through the year to talk about Michigan authors and settings. Check here for our latest book and register for our book discussion.
Do you love to cook and try new recipes? Join us for our Cook the Book Club and meet other foodies who love to cook too! We will meet every other month, share a recipe we have chosen from the cookbook potluck style and talk about what we liked and didn't like about the cookbook.
Take our summer reading challenge by picking up or downloading and printing out our Bingo card on or after June 1st. Complete the instructions and turn it in for local prizes. Turn your card in by August 13th to claim your prizes. Stay tuned to our website and calendar for activities.
the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has teamed up with hundreds of live online classes to keep you mentally, physically and socially active. Classes are interactive, easy to join, offered day and night and free for our community
Meeting Thursdays 12-3, drop in, no registration required for regular sessions. Check our calendar for specific dates.
Friday Morning Makers
Group Maker activities meet September through December every calendar year. Check out our library calendar for specific dates
Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities are invited to listen to stories, sing songs, and create a simple craft with Mrs. Emmons. We request that caregivers be present during storytime.
Adult Sensory Storytime will be held once a month on the third Friday of each month.