West Des Moines Library Adults

Follow @WDMLibrary

Maria, college student

I used Tutor.com for my pre-calc class in college.  The tutor responded quickly to my question and I was able to work through the problem with his help.  He was helpful. 

 

adults’ blog articles

Define American Film Festival The Des Moines Art Center’s Levitt Auditorium 4700 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, IA Thursday, January 21st Friday, January 22nd Saturday, January 23rd Ahead of Iowa’s Feb. 1st Caucuses, the Define American Film Festival will provide voters and the media with diverse perspectives about immigration and American identity. Through a selection of […]

Read More

UPDATE Jan 12th:  Most of the noisy work is done!  Check out our new holds area with fresh paint, our newly-placed Service Desk in the Circulation area and More!   If you come into the library, you may notice some work being done on the first floor. We’re in the process of installing new self-check […]

Read More

Starting in January, the West Des Moines Public Library will host a series of foreign films meant to give insight into the art form of cinema itself as well as how the peoples and cultures of the world depict themselves in film. The films will be shown on the following Tuesday nights: January 12th, February […]

Read More

Because of ongoing travel advisories, accidents on surface streets and weather alerts warning of an intensification of the weather after 2pm, the West Des Moines Public Library will close at 5pm today. Weather reports indicate that we should be back to regular hours on December 29th. Thank you.

Read More

I recently listened to Felicia Day’s memoir You’re Never Weird on the Internet (almost).  It was amazing!  Before I had finished the first disc I had texted my siblings to highly recommend this book.  By the end of the book I had decided I needed to buy it to share with others. Felicia Day is […]

Read More

Join us Thursday, November 5th at 7pm for “One Man’s Journey: Insights and Inspiration From the Holocaust.” Presenter Ron Krull is a retired American and World History teacher who had a 33-year career with Ames public schools. Ron’s presentation is the result of his 1996 participation in the Teacher’s Seminar on the Holocaust and Jewish […]

Read More

The Friends of the West Des Moines Library Foundation Presents Local Author Tracey Garvis Graves, author of Heart-Shaped Hack. West Des Moines Public Library  Community Room October 27, 2015 Refreshments:  6:30 pm Presentation:  7:00 pm     From Goodreads:  “When Kate Watts abandoned her law career to open a food pantry in Northeast Minneapolis, she […]

Read More

Intimate Partner Violence is the current term for what was once called Domestic Violence. This type of violence affects 20 people per minute in the United States and is responsible for many other social ills. It affects both genders, all income levels, and ages. Intimate Partner Violence often includes other elements, such as psychological or economic abuse, stalking, sexual […]

Read More
1 2 3 7
Adults’ Events

Saturday, February 6, 2016

  • 10:00 AMScrapbook & Cardmaker Club
See All Events