Adult programs

Adult Programming

Online Security Basics

Thursday, January 30, 2020 - 6:00pm
Kilton Community Room

Learn about using the internet safely and protecting yourself online.

Online Security Basics is a condensed version of our popular Online Self Defense course. Material covered includes:

  1. Basic computer security
  2. Setting and storing good passwords
  3. Using browser plugins
  4. Using VPN's
  5. Using public wifi


and more. Come and learn how to be safer online.

Change the Subject Film Screening

Kilton Community Room

The power of words in incalculable.  While researching immigration, a Dartmouth College student kept encountering the term “Illegal aliens” as a library subject heading. As a person who had grown up undocumented in Georgia, she was disturbed by this institutionalized form of a racial slur.  And so she did something about it: she and other students joined librarians in petitioning the Library of Congress to change its terminology.

Reading and Rosé

You’re never too old for YA! Stop being a secret reader of YA and join like-minded adults to discuss these fine specimens of Young Adult literature! We’ll have laughs, we’ll have tears, we’ll enjoy all the delicious angst without ever having to step inside a high school. Please join us for an excellent literary time on Thursday, December 5th, at 5:45 pm in Lucky's Coffee Garage for appetizers, rosé, and a good read. Participants are responsible for the cost of their own food and drink orders. Books will be available at either Library.