Adult Programs and Events
New Adult Calligraphy Program in April
Monday Matinee Movie Series
Grab some popcorn and join us in our Community Room for our Monday Matinee Movie Series! Free showings of popular films at 2:00 p.m. on the following Monday afternoons:
January 8- Dunkirk (Rated PG-13, 106 min)
February 12- Victoria and Abdul (Rated PG-13, 112min)
May 14-Glass Castle
July 9-Queen of Katwe
August 13-Mr. Church
This is a free adult program. No registration required.
Color Me Calm
1st Monday of the Month
Color Me Calm 6:00-7:30
Greendale Public Library invites you to enjoy a stress free evening of coloring fun and intricate coloring pages designed just for adults. This is a free program for ages 18 and up. The library will provide the materials but feel free to bring in your own supplies. Registration is not required, just drop in! For more information call 414-423-2136.
Dates: (January 1st the Library is Closed)
January 8, February 5, March 5
Greendale High School MacPac volunteers help provide one-on-one technology help Tuesday afternoons at the Greendale Public Library.
Need help with your computer, tablet, or other device? Stumped by email, the Internet, or your smartphone? Greendale High School MacPac volunteers offer free one-on-one technology help at the Greendale Public Library.
New Time 3:00-5:00pm
January-16, 30, February-13, 27, March-13, 27
Drop in help is available on a first come, first served basis. Appointments are encouraged and appreciated. Contact the library at (414) 423-2136 (or email@example.com) for additional information or to set up an appointment.
New Library Service for 2018! Book a Librarian
2nd and 4th Wednesday of the Month
Jan. 10, 24
Feb. 14, 28
Mar. 14, 28
Would you like a personal introduction to resources available at the library? Need more time with a librarian than you can get over the phone or if you just walk in? Then Book a Librarian! Twice a month you can schedule a 30 minute session with a librarian for a tailored, fit for you based appointment with basic technical assistance on topics such as creating an email account, browsing the library’s catalog, downloading e-books and audiobooks, using online resources through the library’s website, or other technology basics.
*We are unable to install software or troubleshoot your personal devices. Also, we cannot offer medical, legal, tax, financial, business or personal advice.
Contact the library at (414) 423-2136 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information or to set up an appointment.
Lunch and Learn Series*
Wed. January 31- Real News in the Digital Age by Milwaukee Journalist Mark Johnson
Wed. February 21- Serving Wisconsin’s Aging Population by Elder Law Attorney Rachel Monaco-Wilcox
Wed. March 21- Nurse in Alaska, Stories from Greendale Health Dept.'s Shawne Johnson
Bring a bagged lunch and listen to an informative presentation on a different topic each month. We will provide the dessert!
Vintage Fashion Show: Women's Fashion Through the Decades
March 28 6:00-7:30pm – The whole family is welcome!
March is National Women's History Month and Greendale Public Library is partnering with Goodwill to put on a unique fashion show of women’s clothing and accessories from the early 1900s through 1990s. This show is a nostalgic trip back in time, giving younger audience members an insight into what their mothers and grandmothers once wore and older audience members a trip down memory lane.
Books on Tap
Panther Pub & Eatery
Tues. April 24- Where'd You Go Bernadette? By Maria Semple
Books and Brews? What could be better? Join us at the Panther Pub for a book club with a twist. This book club is aimed at people in their 20’s and 30’s who love to read and socialize in a lively environment. We will purchase 2 appetizers for the group, but to support the Panther Pub try some of their delicious craft brews or beverages.