Due to the COVID-19 pandemic closure, all in person programming is suspended. Please see our Coronavirus Closure Resources menu for a listing of our virtual programs and other activities you can access at this time. We hope to be open again soon and wish you all the best in safety and health at this time.
All events are published on the library calendar.
Books & Brew Book Club at the Distant Whistle Brewhouse
Books & Brew Book Club is held at the Distant Whistle on the fourth Wednesday of every month and is hosted by the Vicksburg District Library. The Distant Whistle is located at 118 S. Main Street in Vicksburg. To determine the size of the reservation, registration is kindly requested each month. Attendees are kindly asked to purchase a beverage during the event. If you have any questions, please contact Adrianne Schinkai at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!
For liability reasons, the Books & Brew Book Club is strictly for those who are 21 years of age and older. Thank you.
Tai Chi at the Library
Tai Chi is a series of slow, gentle movements with many benefits, such as improved strength, balance and flexibility, reduced stress and lowered blood pressure, and increased energy and mental focus. Join highly regarded instructor Ed Kehoe on Thursday mornings at 10:45 a.m. at the Vicksburg District Library for an invigorating, healthy Tai Chi experience. The cost is $5 per session, and everyone is welcome to attend when they can.
Yarn Arts Circle
As part of our adult-centered programming at the Vicksburg District Library, we are proud to present our bi-monthly Yarn Arts Circle. Join us with your knitting, crochet, cross stitch, or other yarn related art work while we enjoy tea and coffee. Art materials are not provided by the library. We plan to meet the first and third Wednesday evening of every month, so if you cannot join us this time, there is always next time. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Librarian Adrianne Schinkai at email@example.com.
Book Club for Adults
Once a month we meet to discuss a particular book or work by an author and enjoy coffee, tea, and baked goods. Themes each month are wide and varied. Thoughts and opinions are greatly encouraged!
Come practice the craft of writing with a friendly group of fellow authors. A great opportunity to get support, feedback, and inspiration for your literary creations.
Technology Tutoring with Adrianne
There is a lot going on with technology today and it can get very confusing very quickly. Well, Librarian Adrianne is here to teach you how to use different aspects of today’s technology so you will know how to handle whatever is thrown at you! From printing a document, to setting up a new Kindle, to posting an item for sale on eBay, and more. Sessions are to be scheduled ahead of time and are limited to a half hour in length. Sessions may be limited base on the topic being covered and when Librarian Adrianne is available for assistance. Contact the Circulation Desk to set up your appointment at (269) 649-1648.