Adult Programs

Programs Offered to Adults

The La Vista Public Library offers many programs to adults of the community. Below is a listing of current programs offered to adults. For information about these programs, email the library or call 402-537-3900. 

Program Calendar


Book Clubs

The library currently has three book clubs adults can join. If you want more information about any of these book clubs contact the library's adult librarian Cedate Shultz. She can be emailed at CShultz@cityoflavista.org

Day Book Club

A Day Book Club is available for library cardholders to attend. The Book Club meets the third Wednesday of every month in the conference room of the library. 

Evening Book Club

An Evening Book Club meets the second Monday of every month at 7:00 pm in the conference room of the library. 

History Book Club

History Book Club meets at the library on the second Saturday of every month at 2 p.m. This club reads both historical fiction and non-fiction. 

Computer Instruction

Computer Instruction sessions are offered to La Vista Public Library card holders to provide basic skills in specific areas of computer proficiency. Sessions are free to library card holders and a charge of $5.00 for nonmembers. The hands-on sessions are held in the library’s computer lab. Sessions will be offered on a one-on-one basis. Please contact Jean at the La Vista Public Library for an appointment for any of the following:

  • Basic Computer, Basic Internet, Basic Word, Basic Excel, Facebook, Scanner, Digital Camera, ebooks and Overdrive, Publisher, Twitter, Blogging, Picasa & Flickr or Library resources (catalog and any of the databases).

Watt Detector Program

The La Vista Public Library has partnered with Omaha Public Power District to offer Watt Detector Kits, which are available for check-out by our patrons. With a Watt Detector, you can measure the amount of energy consumed by your appliances.

Studies show that people using electricity monitors will save between 5 and 20 percent on their utility bills by watching their energy use and making effective changes. See more information about the Watt Detector Program.