Adult Programs


The Adult Library is a comfortable space in the Library for reading, studying, or working. Within the Adult Library is our Periodical Area containing a beautiful fireplace to sit by while reading our newspapers and magazines.. We also offer a public Conference Room, History Wall, restrooms, and computer area. Before you enter the Adult Library you will walk past our New Arrivals area where all of the new items added to the Adult collection are kept. Enjoy the monthly art displays on our Viroqua Area Foundation Community Art Wall and inside our Marie Weltzin Art Display case.  For a complete schedule of upcoming adult programs please scroll down, or visit the library calendar on this website.

To view recorded programs, please visit our YouTube channel HERE, or go to
McIntosh Memorial Library Viroqua, @mcintoshmemoriallibraryvir9220

 Programs include:




Ukulele Lessons

Beginner Level for Adults

With Greg Leighton

Join local musician Greg Leighton for Ukulele lessons at the Library. These lessons start October 13th from 6:30-7:30pm in our Programming room. These classes will be every Thursday at that time and place, though when you register you can select the dates you can be there. The picture has a description of the class. This is free of charge with Ukulele’s provided to use. We are excited for this opportunity and look forward to signing you up!
To register, stop in the Library or call 608-637-7151 ext. 6.

Past Conversations

Press the link above to watch previously recorded Conversations programs!

Many of our Past Programs are available on our YouTube page. Click Here for our YouTube page or search McIntosh Memorial Library Viroqua on the YouTube home page.

Art Programs

With Maggie Strittmater, Adult Programming Librarian.

Registration is required for Adult Art Programs.

To register please sign up at the front desk by stopping into the Library, or by giving us a call at 608-637-7151 ext. 6.

The adult art programs occur in the Library’s Program Room.

Winter Wire Adult Art Program

With Artist Mary Wagner

Monday, December 12th at 5:30pm in the McIntosh Memorial Library Program Room

Registration Required


Woodcarving Group



Creating Community Beyond Biases: Library Resources

All ages, year-long, Humanities program.

Learn more about “Creating Community Beyond Biases”