-Programing for Adults-

The Cazenovia Public Library offers many programs for adults and seniors. Please see the Calendar of Events for a complete list of programs and activities. If you would like to receive an email informing you of upcoming events, let us know at Cazenovia@midyork.org (please put “events mail” in the subject box). Call the Library for additional details or contact information.

AARP Driver’s Safety Course: Various times throughout the year, the Library partners with AARP to provide the “55 Alive” program for local drivers. Call the Library for scheduled classes.

Bridge: (Tuesdays 1:00-5:00; lessons offered Fall/Winter, Tuesday mornings) Grab a partner and join other local Bridge lovers in the Community Room.

Films:  The Library is pleased to offer popular newly released films throughout the year in the Community Room. Admission is always free and popcorn is provided. See calendar for scheduled movies.

Great Decisions:  “America’s largest discussion program on world affairs” meets every Thursday, February-March. Join your neighbors in a thought-provoking conversation. Registration required.

Great Minds: Partnering with Cazenovia College, the Library hosts four lectures (two fall, two spring) on a wide variety of topics presented by College faculty members. 

Open Book Club Afternoon: (Third Wednesday of each month, 1pm) 
Open Book Club Evening: (Third Wednesday of each month, 7pm)
Looking for a book club? Look no further. Read popular (and some not so popular) books and share your thoughts and opinions in a inviting setting. Consult the Calendar of Events page for each month’s title. Copies are available at the circulation desk based on availability.

Tech Classes: Overwhelmed by today’s technology? You are not alone, and the Library can help through the various tech classes offered. In the past, we’ve featured iPhone, iPad, tablet, downloading, photo management, online resource classes, etc.) See our Digital Literacy page for more information.

Clubs

The Library also hosts a myriad of non-profit groups, providing space for their individual activities.  Book clubs, a knitting group, a spinning group, homeschool groups and many others meet on a regular basis here at the Library. Start your group today! Call the Library for room availability.