Adults at the Pittston Memorial Library

Who says the library is just for kids? Here in adults we encourage you to check out the latest reads in our fiction and non-fiction sections as well as our huge selection of large print, paperbacks and audiobooks. Want to take a break from reading? We also have a large selection of DVDs for checkout.

Plus we have programs for adults too! We welcome you to participate in our Book Club which meets once a month to discuss a new read, as well as our crochet and coloring clubs. Plus, we always have something exciting going on such as author visits, crafting opportunities, wellness fairs, and plenty of awesome fundraising events.Want to get even more involved with the library? We also have a very active Friends of the Library group that meets monthly. The Friends are always looking for new members.If you haven’t been to our library before or if it’s been years, make it a point to stop by and visit. There is something for everyone.

Friday Flummox

Flummox: to perplex greatly.  Play some “mind games” with us each Friday.  Test your skills on crosswords, puzzles, word searches, sudokus, or other perplexing fun! Flummox feats will be out on the front tables in the main room of the library all day long! 
 

Book Club

Come once a month, meet new friends, and discuss a book of the group’s choosing that will be sure to leave you wanting more!  Held the 4th Monday of each month from 5:30 to 6:30P.M. in the Mary Ann and Theodore Hiriak, Jr. Reading Room across from the Circulation desk.
 
 
 
 

Triple Thread Fiber Arts Club:

Third Thursday, monthly, 5:00-6:00pm, open to all ages.

Our Triple Thread Club is a group for anyone interested in sewing, crochet, and knitting!  Meeting monthly, we welcome patrons to bring their work in progress if patrons are advanced in skill. For those that are just learning, we offer a monthly project that can be started during club hours and brought home to work on.