Adult Programming

Winter Reading Challenge:

ACPL's first annual Winter Reading Challenge for teens and adults kicks off on Monday, Jan. 2. To participate, simply pick up a reading log at the library or print out this form. The program runs Jan. 2 through March 31. 

The rules for the program are simple: read or listen to four books, audiobooks, eBooks or eAudiobooks for a chance to win prizes. Prices include mugs, totes and more!

 Participate on social media and get an extra entry for each book posted that tags ACPL on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram or uses the hashtag #ACPLWinterReads!

 Happy reading! Here are a few book lists to get you started:

NPR's Best Books of 2016

Goodreads Choice Awards 2016

ALA List of Frequently Banned or Challenged Books

Upcoming Programs:

Bill of Rights Exhibit, December-February, Library Main Area

Spotlighting one of the most remarkable periods in American history, the exhibit contains simple messages conveying the importance of the Bill of Rights, its history and implementation, and its impact today. A traveling exhibit through the National Archives.

Technology Petting Zoo, Jan. 7 from 9AM - 12PM, Library Meeting Room

The library can help you with your tablet or device! Head to the library for technology assistance and learn to use the library's online resources while you're here!

CJ Box Book Signing, March 21, American Heritage Center

Wyoming author CJ Box will hold a book signing of his newest book "Vicious Circle." 

They Were Good Americans, March 23 at 6:30PM, Library Meeting Room

A ThinkWY Humanities Road Scholars Tour event. Join Richard Maturi for “They Were Good Americans”, the true to life story of the Kipling’s Error B-17 crew during World War II, the first B-17 crew to complete 25 successful combat missions and return to the states to train other airmen.  Based on the World War II exploits of Captain Lloyd Brooks Mitchell, B-17 navigator and father of Dr. Brooks Mitchell, professor emeritus at the University of Wyoming Business School. The Kipling’s Error crew diaries form the basis of the program and provide insight into the sacrifices made by those who serve.

Weekly Programs:

The library is a co-sponsor of the Free Tax Preparation Program. Check the tax filing session schedule for dates and times.

 2017 Spring Foreign Film Series - Every Sunday night in the library meeting room starting in January. Free admission. For a schedule of films, visit the film series webpage




Computers for Beginners/Search the Internet Classes

Next Class: Every third Thursday of the month at 1PM at the Eppson Center for Seniors


Additional Resources

We Deliver

Permanently or temporarily homebound patrons can have books delivered to them. Large print and audio books available! Please call Tyler Brown at 307-721-5566 to set up a visit.