Adult Reoccurring Programs


Year-Round Programs

Monday Movie Matinee
2nd Monday of the Month 
Lower Level
Join s in our Community Meeting Room for our Monday Movie Matinee series where we show popular films at 1:00 P.M. On The 2nd Monday of the Month. This is a free adult program. No registration required. For adult audiences only.

Color Me Calm
1st Monday of the Month 
Lower Level
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.

Book A Librarian
2nd & 4th Thursday of the Month (Except Thanksgiving)
Appointments Required
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 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.
Visit the front desk, contact the library at (414) 423-2136 or email us at for additional information or to set up an appointment.

Adult Contemporary Book Club
1st Wednesday of the Month 
Lower Level
Join us for an in-person Book Discussion on the 1st Wednesday of the month from 6-7:30pm in the Lower Level Community Meeting Room!  Each month we will discuss a different contemporary book with an emphasis on diverse and best selling authors and topics.  For adults ages 18+.  No registration required. 

2024 Adult Contemporary Book Discussion List 

Jan 3rd  The Dutch House by Ann Patchett 
Feb 7th The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead 
Mar 6th The Doctors Blackwell: how two pioneering sisters brought medicine to women--and women to medicine by Janice P. Nimura 
Apr 3rd Hamnet: a novel of the plague by Maggie O’Farrell 
May 1st All This Could be Different by Sarah Mathews 
Jun 5th Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson 
Jul 3rd The Candy House by Jennifer Egan 
Aug 7th The Sweetness of Water by Nathan Harris 
Sep 4th Solito: a memoir by Javier Zamora 
Oct 2nd Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt 
Nov 6th Killers of the Flower Moon: the Osage murders and the birth of the FBI by David Grann 
Dec 4th Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano