Events calendar

Virtual Events
Virtual Events
For All Ages

Catch up on what's been going on at Ada Community Library through our YouTube channel at New virtual events for all ages are added daily and saved in playlists like Storytimes, Music and Movement, Preschool Art, and Tweens and Teens.

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Book Club
Saturday, October 16, 2021 - 2:00pm
For Adults

Join us on the patio—weather permitting—as we discuss The Dry by Jane Harper.

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Monday, October 18, 2021 - 4:30pm
For Teens

On the library patio

Are you wishing you could express gratitude and joy for the community you live in? Come and write thank you notes to our community.

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Hands On STEM
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 - 3:30pm

For Ages 8 - 12

On the library patio

Fun activities that tie into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

October 19: Monster Card Make a cool pop-up monster card for Halloween. logo next to an abstract illustration of a person at a computer
CS Discoveries
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 - 6:00pm
For Teens

This class is now taking place online! Call 208-362-0181 or email Derek at to get started.

Want to build tech skills for the 21st century? Computer science is a new literacy, accessible to all. In this module you will learn how to build and share web pages, and solve real-world problems. A free, self-paced curriculum created by will be provided.

Cover illustration from Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes TM & © 2018 Wizards of the Coast LLC
Dungeons and Dragons
Thursday, October 21, 2021 - 3:30pm

For Ages 12 and Up

Tap into your imagination and explore the engaging world of Dungeons & Dragons! This tabletop game encourages socialization, literacy, inventiveness and storytelling through role playing. You will create your own characters, fight monsters and roll the dice to determine the outcome of events! This will be a hybrid program: both in-person and online attendance are options. Questions? Contact Dungeon Master Eric at

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Let's Talk About It
Tuesday, October 26, 2021 - 6:00pm
For Adults

On the library patio

Let's Talk About It is an adult reading and discussion series with guest humanities scholars, focusing each month on a different book under the theme of "Connecting Generations." October's book is The Enders Hotel by Brandon R. Schrand, so come by the library and grab a copy today! This month's discussion will take place on the patio. Limited to 20 participants, reservations necessary. To reserve your spot, call the library at 208-362-0181 or email Nancy at