Groups @ the library

The library is host to several regular events that offer an opportunity for learning and community engagement.

Bucket courseWednesday mornings from 10 am – 11:30 am: The Bucket Courses”, presented by the Community Education Council feature area speakers and professors on a wide variety of topics. For information on upcoming classes or to view videos online of past classes, visit the CEC website.

*This program takes place in the Caulkins Community Room which is equipped with a t-coil hearing loop.

SEED logo colorMonday mornings from 10-11am: GRMC’s Senior Education Program provides programs designed for adults–of any age–to extend their knowledge on healthcare issues, community resources, current and cultural events, as well as other things. All programs are free of charge. SE*ED meets monthly during the winter months, and weekly the rest of the year. See info on upcoming SE*ED programs here.

*This program takes place in the Caulkins Community Room which is equipped with a t-coil hearing loop.

ACES

ACES is offered on Wednesday mornings each summer by Grinnell College, featuring Grinnell College professors. Click here for full details.

 

socrates cafeSocrates Café meets every Thursday evening at 6:30 pm.  Socrates Café, technically, is a book written by Christopher Phillips (check it out from the library), author and co-founder of The Society for Philosophical Inquiry. Chris developed the idea of Socrates Café to do as Socrates did, bring philosophy to the every day individual. All are welcome to join in the discussion. For more details contact Laforest Sherman at 641.275.0501 (cell) or at laforestlistens@gmail.com.

 

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