Adult Services


Tuesday Forum

A monthly luncheon with topic discussion. September - May

"Conversations With..."

A new monthly program with speakers sharing a variety of interesting topics.

Gateway @ OTPL 

A program made possible by a collaboration between the Old Town Public Library, and the Gateway Seniors Without Walls organization.  Programs are usually scheduled twice monthly, and include a wide variety of speakers and topics.  

Visit the Gateway Seniors Without Walls website to view all the programs and events they offer.  Space is limited, so contact the library to reserve a seat.

Book Groups

Who Dunnit Book Corner, Mystery Book Group

You never know what will happen when a group of mystery fans get together to discuss their latest book.  There's sure to be food, laughter, lively discussions and different takes on the same passage.  The books vary; from cozies to hard boilers, Victorian to present day, or paranormal mysteries to historical espionage.  We all read the book and each month take turns bringing food, beverages and research on the author. Sometimes our research provides a delightful surprise, such as a chance to speak with the author. The Old Town Public Library Mystery Book Club meets once a month on Thursdays, September through May from 5:30pm-7:30pm.  All are welcome. 

Blue Argyles Book Club

Fashioned loosely upon the Blue Stocking book clubs of the eighteenth century, the Old Town Public Library Blue Argyles book club is an informal gathering of readers who will explore old favorites and new treasures alike. There will be a smattering of non-fiction, memoir, humor, romance, and intrigue. Adults of all ages are welcome and light refreshments will be served. Please call the library for details, 827-3972.

2016-2017 Title Considerations

--3rd Wednesday of each month at 10:30 a.m.--


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