Adult Programs & Services

Programs & Events

Adult Summer Reading Book Bingo
It's officially summer! Play Book Bingo! (for readers 18 and older)

HOW TO PLAY
  1. Pick up a game card from the library or print your own.
  2. Keep track of books you read through August 31 by writing the title and author in the matching square. Book titles may be used only once per card.
  3. Submit your Bingo card by Saturday, August 31 (end of day).
    - Drop off your card (or a copy of the front and back) at Neill Public Library. Dropoff deadline is 5:59pm on Saturday, August 31.
    - Complete the online submission form by 11:59pm on Saturday, August 31.
  4. Pick up a prize! Anyone who turns in a partially completed card gets a reward. Players who get Bingo or Blackout have the chance to win bigger prizes. Prizes are available thanks to our wonderful Friends of Neill Public Library.
    BINGO: Complete a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line to be entered into a drawing for gift cards to local businesses.
    BLACKOUT: Complete all 25 squares to be entered into a drawing for one of two grand prizes!

Need Reading Suggestions?
- Stop by the library to chat with us!
- Check out our list of staff recommendations ( Word Doc | PDF )
- Ask a librarian for personalized recommendations
- Follow our social media accounts: NPL Instagram | NPL Facebook
- Search #BookBingoNW2024
- Come to one (or all!) of our Book Bingo Bashes! Join us from 5:30-7pm on the fourth Tuesday of each month (June 25, July 23, and August 27) for silent reading, and book chats with librarians and fellow Bingo players.

Weekly ProgramsSew Happy Club
Work on sewing projects, practice your sewing skills and share tips of the trade with a great group of people! Mondays at 10:30am.

ESL Conversation Club
Are you learning English as a second (or third) language? Come practice your skills with other learners Thursdays at 5:30pm. Sign up to receive ESL Conversation Club updates and reminders. 

Good Yarns Knitting and Crochet Group
Join this friendly local knitting and crochet group. Whether you're an expert or a beginner, bring your own needles and yarn, work on your skills, and show off your projects! Please be aware this is not a formal class with instruction. Good Yarns meets Fridays at 1:00pm, except for the first Friday of each month. 
Monthly ProgramsFinding YOUR Balance
This program, led by Rural Resources Community Action, meets the first and third Wednesdays at 1:30pm. Participants can join in person or virtually. This is a space for individuals aiming to find calm in their chaos. Come to this judgment free zone to openly express the frustrations of life's challenges, share solutions and build community.

Grand Avenue Book Club

Join the library book club the first Thursday of the month at 7:00pm. Books are suggested by members and selected every six months, so there's sure to be a title of interest to you. Book club reads have included all kinds, from fiction to nonfiction, tragedy to romance, comedy to poetry, history to graphic novel, and more. Come to every meeting or just a few. Whatever your style, the conversation will be interesting. Here are the upcoming reads.

Spanish Conversation Club
Have you been learning Spanish? Come practice your conversation skills with others the second Tuesday of the month at 5:30pm.

Clothing Clinic
If you've always wanted to mend your own clothes, stop by the Clothing Clinic! Long-time seamstress, costumer, and fashion historian Andrea Meier will show you easy and effective mending techniques that won't break the bank. Just drop in with a clean garment that needs some love, and get to fixing! The Clothing Clinic meets the second Friday of each month from 3 to 5pm.
Special EventsEverybody Reads

Everybody Reads is a regional program that builds a shared reading experience around a single book to foster curiosity, spark discussion and celebrate a love of story and community engagement. Each year, community members are invited to read the selected Everybody Reads title and the author is invited to Palouse libraries, schools, and bookstores to meet readers in early November. The 2024 Everybody Reads selection is This America of Ours by Nate Schweber.

Visit our online calendar for details about special events.

Services

Home Delivery Service
If you live in Pullman and are unable to visit the library, you may be eligible for home delivery! Apply online or fill out a paper application to find out if you qualify. We will be in touch within two business days.
Ada Icon