Adult programs

Adult Programming

Kilton First Thursday Book Buffet

Kilton Conference Room

Summer Reading Recommendations and Next Year's Book Buffet

Bring your favorite, or most anticipated summer reads to recommend, and leave with a list of recommendations!

We'll also determine the topics for next year's Book Buffet discussions.

 

Bring a brownbag lunch and a book or  list of books to share for a banquet of books and opinions. Each participant will have a printed list of recommendations to be emailed and take home

First Thursday Kilton Book Buffet

Kilton Conference Room

 

Picaresque & Caper novels & Real Rascals

 

The adventures of a rough and dishonest but appealing hero."a rowdy, picaresque "guys being guys" or plucky outrageous women and girls- and lovable con artists. The novels-- and memoirs or biographies--of folks who like Huck Finn, "lit out for the territory" tap into our desire to escape. Or do they?

 

Bring along a brownbag lunch and a book on the theme.  A selection is on display, or you may bring another favorite to discuss.

First Thursday Book Buffet

Kilton Conference Room

 

Police and Crime the World Over: Novels and True Crime

 

Books about bad guys and the good guys who catch them in every locale. Discover a new favorite detective or read the true story of international crime.  Why do humans everywhere find these stories so fascinating?

 

 

Cookbook Book Club: Love Real Food

Kilton Community Room

It's back! Join us for the return of the Cookbook Book Club! Grab a copy of Love Real Food by Kathryne Taylor or check out her blog cookieandkatie.com. Choose a recipe and tell us in advance what you're going to make. Bring the finished product for all to try on Monday, September 24, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the Kilton Community Room. 

The Talking Bridge: English Conversation Practice

Kilton Community Room

Who: Learners: Upper Valley residents who want to practice and improve their spoken English. Tutors: English speakers who volunteer as conversation partners and language modelers.

What: Free of charge to all participants. The Talking Bridge can supplement formal ESOL/ELL classes, but you don't need to be enrolled in a class to attend. 

Where: Kilton Library, 80 Main Street, West Lebanon, NH 

When: Mondays from 5:00-6:15 p.m. (except for Federal holidays when the library is closed)