Adult Programs at MFL

Registration is required for all programs!

Please register by either calling 610-566-7828 or email

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Middletown Free Library

FREE Summer Music Festival

Enjoy some good music from local musicians with your friends and family this summer at your local library!


– Singer Songwriter Night –

Tuesday, June 14 @ 6:30 PM

Jessica Graae, Leigh Goldstein, Ray Naylor, Aaron Nathans, Jeff Twardzik

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– World Music Day –

Love Songs, Latin, Broadway, Folk and more…

Tuesday, June 21 @ 6:30 PM

with Vincent James & Friends from “Keep Music Alive”

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– Broadway/Show Tunes & Jazz –

Tuesday, June 28 @ 6:30 PM

Brooke Falls, Andre Maranhao, Nancy Huebner, Betsy Robinson

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– Country Music –

Tuesday, July 5 @ 6:30 PM

Julia Zane, Jeff Twardzik, Ashley Leigh

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DIY Yarn Bombed Bottles

a Makery @ Middletown Project

Wednesday, July 13 @ 10:30 AM

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DIY Doodle Plates

a Makery @ Middletown Project

Wednesday, July 20 @ 10:30 AM

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"Monet Inspired: By the Sea"

Paint Night @ the Library

a Makery @ Middletown Project

Class led by artist and director of Rockdale Art Center Veronica Batter


Have you always wanted to take a painting class? Are you looking for something fun and creative to do in your free time? This is the place for you! Come find your inner artist and learn basic skills in acrylic painting. The instructor will provide an example painting and walk the students through step-by-step instructions to create a finished product that they would be proud to hang in their home.

The painting Veronica will be teaching us how to paint is inspired by the Monet painting Cliffs and Sailboats at Pourville and you will be able to customize your paintings with color. If there are couples in the class, the painting can stretch across two canvases.

Discover your inner artist while having fun with friends and fellow Library patrons at Paint Night! Follow along with local artist Veronica Batter of the Rockdale Art Center as she teaches us how to create a masterpiece.


Thursday, August 11 @ 6:30 PM

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Reading Cafe Book Club

America's First Daughter by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie 

Thursday, August 25 @ 2 PM


Email or call Laura at 610-566-7828 to sign up or if you have any questions.

History @ Middletown

History Presentations by Local Scholars

The Cuban Missile Crisis

This dramatic program traces the timeline of the events as they developed. The drama heightens with announcement by President Kennedy of the quarantine and Ambassador Stevenson's challenge to the Soviets in the UN. It includes the tense meetings with the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the President's advisors. Tension builds as the US Navy is ordered to interdict Soviet ships on the high seas. It concludes with the resolution. 

Friday, June 24 @ 2 PM

Presentation by Roger Arthur

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Historic Street Food In America

Food trucks are nothing new! From medieval times to the present, this presentation will show what was popular street foods, who sold them and why, how one ate them and how Philadelphia led the pack in our early history. 

Thursday, July 7 @ 2 PM

Presentation by Nancy Webster

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Meet Colonel Theodore Roosevelt

This a first person portrayal of America's most energetic, vigorous, dynamic, well prepared and youngest president. The Colonel talks about his boyhood, his first marriage, his life in the west and his rise in politics. He recounts his greatest achievements and his experience of being shot. He then invites the audience to ask questions about him and his family, realizing, of course, that he doesn't know anything after early 1919.

Thursday, July 14 @ 10:30 AM

Presentation by Roger Arthur 

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The Traditional Agricultural Year

  "To everything there is a season..." but do you know when and why? Without computers, our ancestors kept track of a complicated schedule of farm chores, community duties, planting and harvesting of multiple crops and the management of livestock.  Using pictures from her years of experience at Colonial Williamsburg and her family's local farms, the speaker will lead us through the agricultural year and its traditions.

Thursday, August 4 @ 2 PM

Presentation by Nancy Webster

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Pivotal Elections: Elections that changed America

This program looks a five elections that sustained the course of the new nation in its early years, saved it from destroying itself by Civil War and finally passed the torch "to a new generation of Americans..." in the Cold War.

Monday, August 8 @ 2 PM

Presentation by Roger Arthur

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Presidential Greatness

This program is audience participation and looks at the qualities a person needs to be president. Forty-three people have been president. Three or four have been great, a few have been "near greats," three have been failures and one was a criminal. All of the others have be in various states of mediocrity. Why? With the backdrop of Mt. Rushmore the audience is invited to investigate the answer to that question.

Monday, August 15 @ 2 PM

Presentation by Roger Arthur

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Adult Coloring Club


Join us as we set aside an hour for adults to color! Many adults (including some librarians!) use coloring as a way to relax and relieve stress. Drop in to do some coloring with provided sheets and coloring materials or bring your own materials to work with. 


Enjoy some chocolate while you color as well!


Join us this month as we do a group coloring project of a 4X4 ft. Mandala that will be hung in the Library.


Tuesday, July 5 @ 1:30 PM

Tuesday, July 19 @ 1:30 PM

Tuesday, August 2 @ 1:30 PM

Tuesday, August 16 @ 1:30 PM

Zentangle Club


Come practice your tangles with other tanglers. Bring your own zentangle kits or borrow some of our supplies. We will put out a variety of Zentangle books to pick out some tangles to practice. Zentangle Workshop instructor Sheryl Bruck might stop by to Zentangle with the group. 


Keep up your Zentangle skills!


Tuesday, July 12 @ 10:30 AM


Tuesday, August 9 @ 10:30 AM

Tuesday, August 30 @ 10:30 AM


If you have questions call 610-566-7828 or email Laura at 

A Cup of Tea and the BBC


Once a month we will watch a BBC movie or mini-series while enjoying a cup of tea. We will pick a either a Drama or Mystery. It will be a surprise!


Tea will be served, but feel free to bring some sweet treats in to share with the group.

Thursday, July 14 @ 1 PM

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We'll be watching a drama


Thursday, August 11 @ 1 PM

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We'll be watching a Mystery


If you have questions call 610-566-7828 or email Laura at 

Movies @ Middletown

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

Monday, July 11 @ 2 PM

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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Monday, July 18 @ 2 PM

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Miracles From Heaven

Monday, July 25 @ 2 PM

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The Boss

Monday, August 1 @ 2 PM

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Monday, August 22 @ 2 PM

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***Southern Potluck Luncheon and Movie***

Fried Green Tomatoes

Monday, August 29 @ 12 PM

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Gentle Yoga


Have you been wanting to try Yoga and see what all the fuss is about?

Would your body appreciate some feel good stretching and strengthening?

Do your joints need some movement and TLC?

Could you use some peace, calm, and relaxation in your life?

Then come experience Gentle Yoga at MFL when registered yoga instructor Lisa Dombroski leads this free one hour mat practice appropriate for all levels including Beginners. Bring your own mat or use one of the library's.

Thursday, July 7 @ 10:30 AM
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Thursday, July 21 @ 1 PM
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Get Puzzled @ the Library

Jigsaw Puzzle Club

If you have time to kill this summer and like a brain-teaser, stop by the library to work on our jigsaw puzzle.

Cool off, relax, and be PUZZELED @ the Library!


Thursday, June 23 @ 10:30 AM

Thursday, June 30 @ 10:30 AM

Thursday, July 7 @ 10:30 AM

Thursday, July 21 @ 10:30 AM

Thursday, July 28 @ 10:30 AM

Harry Potter Lunchtime All-Ages Read Aloud

Join Laura as she reads aloud from one of her favorite books Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. What a perfect way to get ready to reenter author J K Rowling's magical world before this Fall's premier of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them than to re-read the book that started it all? 

Feel free to bring your lunch, your friends or your entire family!

Monday, June 27 @ 12 PM

Monday, July 11 @ 12 PM

Monday, July 18 @ 12 PM

Monday, July 25 @ 12 PM

Monday, August 1 @ 12 PM

Monday, August 8 @ 12 PM

This program will continue each Monday @ noon for the rest of the summer till the book is finished!

Genealogy Research Workshops

Beginner and Intermediate Levels

(Come in the library to make use of the Library Edition and get help with your research.)


Bring your family tree questions! Get help to break down those brick walls in your research!

Wednesday, June 1 @ 10:15 AM
Wednesday, August 3 @ 10:15 AM



Please bring your own laptop if you have one!!



The Chronicles of YARNia


Join us for a fun afternoon of crafts with Michelle Sampson of The Meshed Up Owl Crocheted Creations. In addition to the bi-weekly projects, the group wil continue to make items for local organizations.


Two Sundays a month @ 1:30-3 PM


Experienced crocheters only!

 (With chaining, single crochet and double crochet)


 If you have one, bring a hook.( "G, H or I" hook)


BYO Yarn and Hooks!

Registration is required for all programs!


If your plans change and you can not come to a program you have signed up for, please let us know ASAP so we can notify the next person on the waitlist.