Programs for Adults
The library offers many programs for adults, from guest speakers to book discussion groups. Get email notifcations for our adult programs! Visit our sign-up page to customize your updates.
Our adult programs are supported in part by the Nancy B. Parker Endowment Fund and are free and open to the public.
When possible, programs are taped for later telecasting on the local public access television channel, JATV. A sign language interpreter can be arranged with two weeks' advance notice. Call 758-5807 to arrange this service.
Visit HPL on JATV to see some of the programs available online!
Family Search Learning Lab
Saturdays, 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
Volunteer FamilySearch specialists will show you how to use this social mediasite to save your family history documents, connect with others who are researching your family line and grow your family tree!
For beginners and experienced FamilySearch.org users. Limited space. Registration required. Register online with the links above, call 758-6600 or stop by the Information Desk. Bring your email address/password (required), and your library card (if you have one) to each session.
Fire, Ice, and
Tuesday, May 12,
presented by Dr. George Clokey,
Lecturer, Department of Biological Sciences at UW Whitewater
Dr. George Clokey has been leading travel study
courses to Yellowstone for 20 years. Students
study ecology, geology, and natural history
while on the trips in January, July,
Friends of HPL Tulip Sale
Saturday, May 16, 9:15 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Tulip bulbs are $5/dozen while supplies last. Proceeds will benefit library programs and services.
Library lower level.
Summer Library Challenge Kick-off: Block Party
Saturday, May 30, 1-3 p.m.
for all ages
Sign up for our summer challenge and enjoy games and live performances. Plus, buy a tasty snack from one of our food vendors: Kona Ice, South Padre Food Truck and Elmers Kettle Corn - OR grab a free treat courtesy of Gourmet Kettle Korn!
Holistic Well-Being Fair
Saturday, June 6, 12-4 p.m.
Discover new ways to live a healthier life through a holistic approach. InformationaL booths and presentations on: reflexology, herbalism,
acupuncture, sustainability, organic gardening, healing modalities, connections, continuing education and more!
Co-sponsored by the Janesville Farmers Market & Hedberg Public Library.