Adults and Seniors will find varied and interesting programs to be a part of at Salem Public Library throughout the year. Some opportunities to watch include:
Special Events - In addition to the regular series listed above, Salem Public Library regularly arranges for a variety of cultural, informational, and educational programming.
Books for Lunch & Books for Dessert - Salem Public Library staff organize and lead two free, public book discussion groups each month. Thought-provoking books and avid participants team up to make memorable discussions for book lovers.
Sponsored Programs - Salem Public Library partners with a number of community organizations to provide an interesting array of programs and activities that are free and open to the public.
Operation Bookshelf - Home delivery of books is offered to 100 home-bound Salem residents through this program offered in partnership with the Assistance League of Salem.
Music at the Library is a library-produced series offering a variety of musical genres.
Requesting an Accommodation
To request an accommodation, alternative format of communication, and/or modification of policies and procedures in order to access and benefit from a Library program, service and activity, a library patron must submit a request for reasonable accommodation. The Request for Reasonable Accommodation Form is available on the City’s website.(Alternative formats for the form are also available upon request.)The request for reasonable accommodation must be submitted at least five business days before the scheduled event.If a patron submits a request for reasonable accommodation less than five business days before the event, but the accommodation can still be made before the event begins, library staff will make good faith efforts to provide the accommodation.For questions on a particular accommodation request or for further information on requesting a reasonable accommodation, please contact the Library ADA Coordinator at 503-588-6064.