Adult Services Events Page
 
This fall, we will have a hybrid of in-person and virtual programs.
In-person programs will be marked with either (Main) or (Palmer).
Virtual programs will be marked with (Virtual).

 
FallFlix premiers October 22!

This Fall we are kicking off FallFlix, our Fall movie watching challenge for adults 18 and older. Cozy up this fall and watch some movies with us! For every activity you complete, you'll be entered to win our Smores Night-In Prize. Check out DVDs from the library to enter to win our Pizza Night Gift Card.

Pre-register now on Beanstack. Challenge begins October 22 and ends November 30.
Paper logs will be also available at the Main Library and Palmer Branch.


Download the Movie Watching Log
Go paperless! Track your movies watched on Beanstack.
Challenge opens Oct 22.

 

  Fight the Flu. Free flu vaccines at your library!

Easton Area Public Library
Thursday, November 11th 2021
from 10:00am-12:00pm
Flu vaccines administered by the Lehigh Valley Health Network.

Catherine Drake Room at EAPL
515 Church Street
Easton, PA 18042, United States


The Flu Vaccine is provided by the Lehigh Valley Health Network. For more information, please contact Robin Gow at Robin@BradburySullivanCenter.org.

Don't take the risk this season--get your flu shot today! No proof of insurance and no residency required, just come on in and get your flu vaccine!

Fight The Flu is Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center's campaign to increase health literacy regarding Influenza (flu) vaccines among LGBTQ+ community members, increasing access to vaccinations in safe and affirming community-based settings, and increase knowledge of trusted resources including Medline Plus & local LGBTQ-affirming vaccine providers.
 
 
Meet EAPL's mascot Thesaurus Rex

You might have seen his antics on social media or around the library. Help us create cool library swag featuring Thesaurus Rex. 2021's Dino Design Contest theme is Thesaurus Rex Goes to the Library. Using this theme, create a digital or non-digital design celebrating Thesaurus Rex and the Easton Area Public Library.

Dino Design is open to all ages! The Dino Design Contest opens September 1. Final designs are due Saturday, October 16. For full contest details visit: https://eastonpl.org/DinoContest.html   
 
  Card Club (Main)

Ages 10 through Adult at the Main Library
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:00 – 6:30pm
Masks required.

Join us for a variety of games played with cards, including Pokémon and Magic the Gathering! Although we have all the cards necessary, feel free to bring your own (just check in with the teacher about using them!). The Card Club is led by a teacher from the Easton Area Middle School. 
 
  Forever YA Book Group (Palmer)

Wednesday, October 20 at 6:00pm

Forever Young Adult is a book group for adults who enjoy reading teen/young adult fiction.
All fans of teen and young adult fiction are welcome to participate.
Don’t forget to join the FYA Facebook group.
Email Katie Cardell at katiec@eastonpl.org for more information!

October's book is One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus.

 
  Palmer Adult Book Group (Palmer)

Tuesday, October 26 at 6:00pm

The Palmer Adult Book Group currently meets the 4th Tuesday of every month at 6:00pm.
Everyone is welcome to join the conversation.If you'd like to be added to the mailing list, contact palmeradultbookgroup@eastonpl.org.
We’ll meet outside (weather permitting). Bring a lawn chair!

October's book is The Four Winds by Kristen Hannah.

 
  Diverse Voices (Virtual)

Thursday, October 28 at 7:00pm

Join us for Diverse Voices! Each month we will focus on diverse voices across various mediums and meet virtually for a community discussion.

October's selection is Harvest of Empire, a documentary by Juan González, available on YouTube Click Here. Email angelar@eastonpl.org to register.

Email angelar@eastonpl.org to register
 
  Write On (Virtual)

Select Wednesdays at 8:00pm
Our next meeting is Wed., October 20th at 7:30 pm.

Hit some writer's block? Come join Write On!
Writers (beginning, proficient, or advanced), ages 16+, let's ponder poet Wallace Stevens's words and pen our own insights. Let’s look deeper than we’ve ever looked while writing “Thirteen Ways of Looking…” poems, stories, and essays.

RSVP to CarolC@EastonPL.org
 
Read along with the 2021 EAPL Reading Challenge!

Looking for your next fall read? Join the 2021 EAPL Reading Challenge. Registration is open anytime and includes readers ages 13 and older. You can jump in on September's challenge, "Genre Switch", and catch up on past ones you might have missed. Each month we will be sharing reading lists, recommendation videos, and more.

August's theme was "In the Kitchen". Read a book with a food related theme.
September's theme is "Genre Switch." Read a book from a genre you normally avoid.

Check out Erin's video sharing some of her foodie-themed favorites.

cLICK HERE TO Download and print out the reading checklist

Register now on Beanstack