For Seniors

Special Events

Immigration: An American History Author event with Carl Bon Tempo

Desmond-Fish Public Library

Join local author and historian Carl Bon Tempo and local film producer David Gelber in conversation about Carl’s new book, Immigration: An American History. This visit is co-hosted by Split Rock Books, and books will be available for purchase. Refreshments will be served, and this event will take place on the library lawn, weather permitting. Registration is requested.

Creators Workshop: Halloween Treat Tools

Desmond-Fish Public Library

On the second Tuesday of each month, join us for an evening of art, technology, and design as we learn to use makerspace tools by creating a craft project or […]

Weekly Events

Computer Help

Computer help is available remotely via email, phone, or Zoom session daily from 2pm-5pm Mondays through Thursdays. Please click here or call the Library to reserve a time.

Fake News Resources

Fake news is disproportionately targeted toward and shared by seniors. For tips on how to spot misleading or deceptive content and what to do about it, visit our Fact-Checking Resources.

Accessibility in the Library

No matter what your ability, the Library is your library. We offer a variety of accessible media to our patrons, including:

  • Wheelchair-accessible entrance, powered doors, and elevator
  • Large print & audiobook collections
  • Talking book & braille library access
  • Easy-to-use audio & eBook app Libby with robust accessibility settings

Make New Friends

Get Involved

Want to make a new friend or catch up with an old one? Want to learn a new skill or revisit some of your favorite hobbies? These groups for adults and seniors meet regularly at the Library! Come join us!