Adult Programs

Getting to Know Medicare
Tuesday, April 18 at 6 pm

Whether you are approaching Medicare or already enrolled, attend this class to gain a thorough understanding of the Medicare system and keep up with its changes. The class will provide a broad, non-biased overview of Medicare coverage options. Brought to you by the Retirement Classroom and the Spring Green Community Library.


Strategies for Social Security and Retirement Income
Tuesday, May 2 at 6 pm

This class is designed to help accomplish the most prevalent goal among retirees - to not run out of money. It is imperative to learn the various options for filing for benefits and how to maximize them. This class will also help determine retirement income needs, and introduce options on structuring income in retirement.


The Great American Eclipse
Tuesday, May 16 at 6:30 pm

Are you ready for The Great American Eclipse?

On August 21, the United States will experience a total eclipse of the sun for the first time since 1979.  Learn all about eclipses and how you can be wowed by this one. 

John Heasley is an astronomy educator with Driftless Stargazing and a Solar System Ambassador with NASA/JPL. 


Helping America Talk
Tuesday, May 30 at 6:00 pm

How can we improve public discourse? Join in a community conversation, led by Interactivity Foundation facilitator Jennifer Moore-Kerr. This two part conversation will cover a range of topics, including: education for collaborative public discourse, connecting public talk to public action, open discourse for all, and using competition to get better ideas into public discourse. Registration is required for this discussion and space is limited to 10.

The Interactivity Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization that helps groups, organizations, and individuals re-discover the lost art of civil, civic discussion. They do not advocate for any policy or approach related to the topics addressed in discussions.