The Springfield City Library offers free adult classes, workshops, and programs across all of our library locations. Listed below are just a few of our ongoing programs. Please sign up for our monthly brochure, check out our event calendar, or visit your local branch library page for a list of all of our upcoming programs.
Arts & Crafts
Feeling like you need to de-stress? Want to do something creative? Just need a break?
Come “Craft Your Cares Away” with Tricia. | Adults
Members are encouraged to share any conversation-provoking history books that they are reading with the group. | Adults
A traditional book discussion group where everyone reads and discusses the same book. | Adults
BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) and share your recent reads. Gain exposure to new authors, titles, and genres. | Adults
Want to learn to code but don’t know where to start? Already have the skills and willing to help others?
Hands-on workshops including: Getting Started with Computers, Continuing with Computers, and Introduction to the Web. | Adults
Get started with the basics – Microsoft Office computer classes including: Word, Publisher, PowerPoint and Excel | Adults
Games & puzzles available for loan! | Adults & Teens
Showing at the Central Library in the months of September and October are the spray-paint stencils of Springfield artist Ryan Murray. | All Ages
September 20th marks a year since Puerto Rico experienced its worst natural disaster. | Ages 13+
Health & Fitness
Chair yoga is suitable for all fitness levels and physical conditions.
Award winning composer and guitarist Tony Silva performs the music of Spain, October 14. | All Ages
Talks, Readings & Workshops
The Camino de Santiago, a five hundred mile hiking pilgrimage, has been followed by both the devout and the adventurous for over a thousand years.
October 3rd is National Butterfly & Hummingbird Day. | Ages 13+