Adult Programs & Events

Wildflowers Seed Giveaway (click here)

One Book, One Community (banner)One Book, One Community

The Moorpark City Library invites you to participate in our first One Book, One Community Program. Through this program we hope to build connections among people in our community by the shared experience of reading and discussing a book together. Click here for more details.


Outdoor Training Series

Increase your knowledge and enjoyment of the outdoors with this virtual outdoor training series from the non-profit organization Community Nature Connection. Click here for more details.

Scary Story Contest

Scary Story Contest

Submit your scariest story to tell around the campfire before July 31st. Everyone who submits a story will also receive a secret code to earn extra Bookpoints for Summer Learning Club. Winners will be announced in August. Click here for more details.

crafty adultsCrafty Adults

This class is very popular, so reserve your spot in advance by calling the Library at 805-517-6370. Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month at 2pm or 6pm.
  • July 7:  Paracord Bottle Holder
  • August 4: Paper Lantern

BOOK CLUB FOR ADULTSBook Club for Adults

Do you love to read? Want to share your thoughts and ideas with others? Join our book club for adults! To reserve your copy of the book, please call the Library.  Meetings are held the second Monday of the month at 6:30pm.

  • July 11: Tepper Isn't Going Out by Calvin Trillin
  • August 8: How To Stop Time by Matt Haig

genre book clubGenre Book Club

A new book club for ages 18 and over to focus on reading and discussing genre fiction: sci-fi, mystery, fantasy, romance, and beyond! Copies of the book are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk. Call the Library or email to register. Drop-ins welcome. Meetings are held the fourth Thursday of the month at 6pm.

  • July 28: The Quirky Quiz Show Caper by Sally Carpenter
  • August 25: The Midnight Library by Matt Haig 


Read It & Eat It

A cookbook club for adults who enjoy cooking and sharing food. Each club meeting features a different theme, and members prepare a tasty treat to bring to the Library and share. Registration is required, and all new members must complete a waiver at their first meeting. Call the Library or email to register. Meetings are held the second Saturday of the month at 2pm.
  • July 9: Backyard BBQ
  • August 13: Sandwiches and Wraps