Adult Programs & Events

Our programs have gone virtual! Check out our offerings for adult programs for the summer of 2020. For a full listing of programs and events, check out our calendar.

Programs

Tech Talk

Wednesdays
10 AM

Join the Albert Lea Public Library each week for a short tech talk on frequently asked questions. Each week we will focus on a different topic. 

Tech Talks will air on our YouTube Channel (@AlbertLeaPubLib).  

Craft and Connect

Wednesdays
July 8 & 22
5:30 PM

Gather your current craft project and join us for a virtual crafting session. Spend time on your projects, get help, and connect with others in the community with similar interests. 

Craft and Connect will take place on Zoom. Registration is required. Click here to register. A few days before the event, you will receive an email with the meeting information.

Bingo

Thursday July 9
4 PM

Join in on a virtual Bingo session! We will play several rounds of bingo during the program.

Bingo will take place on Zoom. Registration is required. Click here to register for the July bingo session. A few days before the event, you will receive an email with the meeting information and a link to your bingo card.

Adult Trivia Night

Wednesday July 15
6 PM

Join us for a virtual adult trivia night! Participate as an individual or grab the adults in your household and form a team. 

Adult Trivia Night will take place on Zoom. Registration is required. Click here to register. A few days before the event, you will receive an email with the meeting information. 

Book Discussion

Tuesday July 21
4 PM

Did you just read a great book and you can’t wait to share it with other people? Are you looking for book recommendations? Do you have a favorite book you’d like to talk about? Join us for a virtual discussion about books. 

Book Discussions will take place on Zoom. Registration is required. Click here to register for the June session. A few days before the event, you will receive the meeting information.

On Demand Events

Land of 10,000 Tunes

Nate Hance performed “Land of 10,000 Tunes” for the library on June 14. This program is available to watch on demand. Follow this link to view the performance. 

Come on a journey through the best of Minnesota’s musical landscape with performer Nate Hance. We’ll explore iconic works by the Andrews Sisters and Judy Garland and experience the state’s heritage through polkas, waltzes and marches. We will also shine the spotlight on Minnesota’s musical diversity through the last 60 years, including Bob Dylan, blues master Willie Murphy, Prince, and Owl City.

This project is made possible with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and the people of Minnesota for Library Legacy activities.