Adult Summer Reading Program
Program runs: June 14 - July 31
Where will your tales take you this summer? Enjoy reading and gathering at the library this summer for fun activities and events. For the enjoyment of reading this summer, join in by using Beanstack, our online program, or by picking up a paper review sheet.
Participants need to:
- read for 5 hours and
- write a book review
In Beanstack, you have to complete both badges to be entered in the weekly drawing for that week’s prize. See what it is when you visit the library. For paper logs, you need to complete both tasks to get 1 raffle ticket. Please return logs to the reference desk and receive your ticket.
R.A.D. Book Club – In-Person
Thursday, August 5 at 3 pm
Book: The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro
"Splendid. . . . Excellent. . . . The Buried Giant is a simple and powerful tale of love, aging and loss." — The Wall Street Journal
Mah Jongg Club – In-Person
Every Thursday at 1 – 3:30 pm
Do you know the rules of Mah Jongg and are looking for a friendly place to play? We have two sets of tiles waiting for you! There is no need to register, just meet us at the library.
Bingo Memory Café – In-Person
Wednesday, August 11 at 1 pm
Join us for bingo…outdoors! Feeling lucky? Want to be with people again? We’ll meet in the Pewaukee Library parking lot for Bingo fun! Please sign up by emailing Angela Meyers email@example.com. (If the weather does not cooperate, we’ll head indoors to the Library Community Room.)
Genre Book Club – In-Person
Wednesday, August 18 at 6 pm
Each month, readers in this book club will read a book from one of three genres: crime/mystery, horror, or science fiction/fantasy. For more information, please visit the library's website.
Book: Blacktop Wasteland by S.A. Cosby
“For fans of: Bullitt, The Fast and the Furious and gritty Elmore Leonard-style noir… [Cosby] never lets up on the gas. The result is a high-octane, white-knuckle thriller that will have readers whipping through the pages at breakneck speed…Cosby’s tightfisted prose fuels this story with heart-pumping (and often brutal) action that begs to be adapted for the big screen but never loses its compassionate edge.” ― Bookpage
Movies in the Park
At 8 pm in Nixon Park
Join us in the park for a movie night! Bring your own chairs or blankets. This is a free event! The beer garden will also be open. Brought to you by Hartland Public Library and Hartland Recreation Department.