We offer a range of programs and services for adults, from book clubs to crafting classes. Our programs are designed to be informative, engaging, and fun.
Read below to learn more about our adult programs and services.
Current Adult Programs
The Library After Dark Local Author Series started in January 2021 and is hosted by the Friends of Warrenton Community Library.
Local authors talk and share information about their writing process, their books, their backgrounds and answer questions.
After the author speaks, snacks and beverages are provided and the community can mingle and chat with the author.
The series takes a summer break May-August.
Library After Dark
The Friends of Warrenton Community Library supports the library through advocacy, volunteer services, and fundraising to provide educational and cultural growth.
Click HERE to learn more about our Friends group and what they do.
Friends of WCL
Come join us at the Warrenton Community Library for a casual social book group for adults! Talk about what you're reading, what authors you enjoy, share your favorite genre and maybe find a new book to read! Free to attend, coffee and tea provided.
No Pressure Book Club
Knit, crochet, embroider, cross stitch, or quilt? Join us at the library for an afternoon of sitting and stitching. Work on your own projects from home and make new friends!
Sit & Stitch
Join us for a quiet crafting session at the library! Unplug, learn a new technique, and make something special and uniquely yours.
Library provided materials and instruction!
Our book sale area includes paperbacks, hardcovers, graphic novels, puzzles and games, audio CDs, and DVDs! Paperbacks cost $1, Youth and children's materials have a requested donation of $0.50. All other book sale items are $2.
Our sale is cash or check only we cannot accept credit card payments at this time.
Ongoing Used Book Sale