Category Archives: Adult Services

New Moon Healing Energy Circles

New Moon Energy Circles

New Moon Healing Energy Circles
with Marian Harvey, RN/BSN AyurVed Health Educator

Time: 6:30 - 8:00 PM

Monday, February 4 (New Moon)
Wednesday, March 6 (New Moon)
Thursday, April 4 (New Moon is April 5)
Thursday, May 2 (New Moon May 4)
Monday, June 3 (New Moon)

The New Moon is an auspicious time for healing thoughts to be transmitted, like radio waves, to the world and those we love.

Learn to transfer healing energy for yourself and others using medical mediations, guided imagery, visualization, breathing, and other practices from ancient traditions and modern medicine. Each session will end with a New Moon Distance Healing Meditation. All are welcome!

Yarn Perch

Yarn Perch


Need crochet or knitting help or yarn project companionship?

Join Jo and friends for Yarn Perch, every Monday evening from 5 - 7 pm, upstairs in the south-side stacks.

Weekly Ukulele Jam

Weekly Ukulele Jam


Join us for a Ukulele Jam every Wednesday at 6:00 PM. All ages and skill levels welcome!

Jobs for Felons

jobs-for-felons-hubJobs for Felons

With over 60,000 monthly website visitors and 5,000+ email subscribers, Jobs for Felons is the largest FREE resource on the internet focused on helping felons get employed and have successful reentry into society after prison.

Free DMV Practice Tests

336-280PCPL is announcing a partnership with, a company dedicated to driver safety and education, to offer free DMV practice tests to library patrons. The new service includes free tests, written specifically based on the state DMV materials, and is the only site of its kind to include accessibility tools that allow users to hear selections read aloud, make them into MP3s, translate pages into other languages, magnify text, and mask sections of the screen for greater visibility on driving practice tests.

This partnership allows the Putnam County Public Library to harness the power of’s specialized practice exams to turn new drivers into safer drivers. The new program will work as an outreach for several valued groups of patrons, such as teens, those with disabilities, those who participate in the library’s programs for seniors and need to take a renewal exam, and patrons at every other stage of life.