Creative Opportunities

Get creative!

 

Wright Library has a variety of programs throughout the year that encourage writing, art, and music for adults. Whether you are a hobbyist or want to learn a new skill, these programs provide the right creative outlet.

Visit the Wright Library Calendar for a list of every program each month.


 

Three clay "ghoulies"

Clay Craft Workshop

June 15 | Morning and Afternoon Sessions

Learn about glow-in-the-dark Polymer clay by creating an adorable ghoulie! Led by the Dayton Area Polymer Clay Guild. Register for a morning or afternoon workshop.

Pink background with summer icons: straw hat, pineapple, sunglasses, and flip-flops

Summer Crafts for All Ages

July 21 | Drop-in 2-4 PM

All ages can drop in to Wright Library to make an array of summertime crafts. No experience necessary.

Tie Dye swirl of many colors

Tie Dye Celebration

July 31 | Drop-in 6-8 PM

Celebrate the end of summer in Katharine Wright Park. Bring 2 (max) white cotton items and Wright Library will bring the rest. 
(Rain date: Fri. Aug. 2, 6-8 p.m.)

Paper with the word "poetry" and the words of many types of poetry.

Wright Library Poets

Monthly, second Tuesday | 7 PM

Improve your writing, meet new friends, and enjoy some poetry. Beginners welcome.

Person knitting next to "Library of Things" logo

Library of Things

Check one out with your library card

Feeling creative but not sure where to start? Check out a makerbox from the Library of Things collection! Fiber arts, pottery, ukulele and electronic music making, cake pans, and so much more!