The library has events for all ages! Library events are free and everyone is welcome - you do not need to have a library card to take part in library programs. On this page you see events that repeat weekly, monthly, or seasonally. Check our Special Events Calendar for the many other events that are unique or happen irregularly.
Library programs and services are intended to be accessible to people with disabilities. Please call the Main Library at 707-269-1915 with questions, or to let us know in advance when you plan to attend a program and will need assistance or accommodation.
For now, most (but not all) programs are offered online. Zoom meetings are live online, and require you to sign up ahead of time. Facebook or You Tube offerings are usually available online anytime for several weeks after the start date. Some Library You Tube films are available always.
For your convenience, these regularly occurring monthly programs also appear on the Special Events Calendar, with details of the presenter and topic, but here you can easily see what their usual schedule is.
1st Wednesday, 5:30 PM, On the Same Page Book Club (Zoom)
3rd Thursday, 6:00 PM, Young Adult Book Group is for ages 12 to 19 (Zoom)
2nd Friday, 2:30 PM, Friday Afternoon Book Club (Zoom)
1st Saturday, 2:30 PM, Humboldt County Historical Society Lecture (Zoom, and some on YouTube)
A Novel Idea Book Club, 6:00 PM, 4th Thursday of the Month (Via Zoom)
Summer at Your Library (for All Ages)
Every summer when school lets out, the library offers a program of reading, events, and activities that encourage families to explore the fun of reading and keep their ability strong in this essential skill. Children, teens, and adults are welcome to join this free program.
How Summer @ Your Library Works
It’s a relaxed program that works for everybody. Participation is simple.
1) Choose your summer challenge.
2) Read, learn, and play - and track your reading and activities.
3) Complete the summer challenge online or on paper to be eligible for prizes.