Programs for Adults


Family Stories Beanstack Challenge

November 1-November 30

Time to gather ‘round! November is Family Stories Month, when we celebrate our histories and stories passed down from generations. Log your reading and activities to earn badges throughout the challenge. Complete any 6 badges to earn a journal from the library.

Killers of the Flower Moon

Book Discussions

December 6th at 2 p.m. & December 8th at 6 p.m

Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann

The group will alternate between fiction, nonfiction and YA titles and the discussion will be led by Adult Services Librarian Deb Bauer. Copies of each title will be available in multiple formats at the Circulation Desk the month prior to each event. We are currently planning the remaining dates and titles for 2023 so those will be announced soon.

Contact: Deb Bauer


Cooking Club

Every third Tuesday of each month from 1 pm – 2:30 pm

We will eat together in the Community Room while we talk about the recipes we made and then choose the next month’s cookbook. The selected cookbook will be on display at the 2nd Floor Service Desk so simply stop by the library to choose a recipe and then bring the dish you make to the Cooking Club.

Hope you can join us for a delicious afternoon of food and fun!

Contact: Deb Bauer

Genealogy Club

Genealogy Club

The Dwight Foster Public Library hosts a monthly club for genealogists and casual family researchers. The group meets at noon in the FCCU Community Room on the 4th Wednesday of each month except December.

This club is an opportunity for those who research family histories to share sources and support. Local genealogist Larry Horsfall will be leading the group. Interested individuals can come monthly or just stop in for some research support and suggestions on a casual basis. This program is free and open to the public.

Contact: Eric Robinson

US Veterans Project

Veterans Café

Every Wednesday morning 8:30 am – Noon

This gathering is sponsored by the U.S. Veterans Project Library. Don Millar, USMC veteran of the Korean War, hosts visitors with donated snacks and information. Veterans, their family members and the general public are welcome to stop by, have a donut and visit with the group. Bring your questions about serving in the military, military history or services for vets.

Contact: Don Millar
Phone: (920) 568-2880