Our primary goal at the Sekula Memorial Library is to provide free resources for information, education and recreation that will enrich and enhance the lives and minds of our community.
All adult programs are geared to excite adults and bring them into the library. They are presented activities that help support and foster their social and academic needs. These programs include arts & crafts, author presentation, educational workshops, book club and much more.
The library hosts a monthly book discussion; the Book Club meets every last Thursday of the month to discuss an assigned book that is provided to the members at the beginning of each month. The Library Book Club covers a wide range of genres which includes both fiction and non-fiction books.
The library also hosts a writing club; the club was established four years ago (September 2014), and they call themselves The Write Stuff. Since then the group has been meeting every other Wednesday to fine tune their writing skills and work on their short stories and poetry. And after four years their hard work came to fruition with their anthology – Reflections from the Write Stuff: An Anthology – published in November of 2018.
All teen/tween programs are geared to excite young adults and bring them into the library. Our more exiting programs include book discussions, arts & crafts, gaming nights, movie nights, creative writing seminars, life skill workshops, and much more.
For more information on our programs please contact the library at (956) 383-6246.