Below are some of the most popular library clubs at Wagnalls Memorial Library. Please call us at (614) 837-4765 with any questions. We hope you to see you soon!
Adult Book Club – Our book club for adults meets once a month on a Thursday night. We read the book selection of the month and then meet to discuss the book.
Creative Notebook Club – This club is for teens who are always doodling in their sketchbooks or writing stories in their notebooks. In this club, both artists and writers alike will have the opportunity to flex their creativity by participating in fun activities, brainstorming new worlds and sometimes just working together in silence.
Teen Genre Book Club – Our teen book club meets once a month on a Thursday night. We read the book selection of the month and then meet to discuss the book and do an activity related to the book. A different book genre will be featured each month.
Harry Potter Book Club – Whether you are new to the Harry Potter universe or wish to re-read it and discuss the books with kindred fans, this club is for you. We will read through the Harry Potter series and get together on a Monday night every two months to discuss the featured book.
DA Owls – The DA Owls are Dumbledore’s Army of Wagnalls Library, a Harry Potter Club that is free and open to everyone ages 11 to adult. New members are always welcome. This club meets once a month on a Wednesday night.
Writing Club – Our writing club is for aspiring writers. In our meetings, we typically do a fun writing exercise. After we’ve strengthened our minds, we will partake in some friendly wisdom. Walk-ins are welcome! Meetings are once a month on a Thursday.
Mabel’s Iron Chefs – Mabel’s Iron Chefs is our cooking club, named after our library’s founder, Mabel Wagnalls. Once a month, on a Wednesday night, we get together in the library’s kitchen to learn how to cook several dishes all centered around a theme. After we cook, we all sample the dishes together.
Mabel’s Mini Chefs – Mabel’s Mini Chefs is a parent/child cooking club that meets once a month on a Saturday. This club helps children become comfortable and interested in the kitchen while spending some one-on-one time with parents.