Adults

 

Wood Library offers recreation, education, and information for adults of all ages and reading levels through a variety of materials, services, and programs. 

~Ongoing Programs~
Adult Book Club w/ Carol Cimino

The Adult Book Club meets the third Tuesday of the the month at 7:00pm. Please note: the group does not meet during the months of December, July, and August.

Buzz Book Club

Rise and shine at 8:00am on the last Monday of the month with a cup of coffee and some conversation. Buzz Books will be new and thought-provoking titles on topics such as current events, technology, philosophy, and the media. 

Computer Classes

Every month Wood Library offers several computer classes that are free and open to the public. All skill levels are welcome. Registration required for many of the programs. See http://woodlibrary.org/adults/tech2014/ for more information.  

History Book Club

The History Book Club is a partnership between Wood Library and the Ontario County Historical Society and Museum. The History Book Club meets at 6:30pm the third Wednesday of the month (unless otherwise noted) during September, October, and November followed by a January potluck. Meeting place alternates between library and museum. The group reads 3 books and watches one documentary on a theme. The 2014 theme is the Prohibition Era.  The club began in Fall 2007 with a grant from the New York State Council on the Humanities. Note: this is NOT a drop-in book discussion. If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Ray Shedrick, OCHS Educator, at 394-4975 or educator@ochs.org by July 31st.

Foreign Film Series 

On the first Tuesday of every month Wood Library partners with Canandaigua Academy’s IB Film Department for a discussion and viewing of an important foreign film. Each month the film is selected and introduced by a student in the program. 

Open Tech Hours with Teen Tech Tutors

Have questions about your computer, iPad, phone, or other device? Our Emerging Technologies Librarian will be joined by our new Teen Tech Tutors on Thursdays between 2:30 – 4:30pm to answer all your questions. Bring your devices and your questions!

Wood Library Café

The café meets on the 4th Wednesday of the month, 10am to noon. It serves as a community meeting place where adults can socialize, play board and card games, read newspapers and magazines, and enjoy coffee, tea and items from a mid-morning menu. Conversation Table open to all.

For a complete listing of all events visit the Online Calendar.