Living Well

Programs that guide us toward better lives.


Wright Library welcomes local and nationally-recognized experts to guide us toward better health, finances, and sustainability through a variety of in-person and virtual programs.

Topics include health, nutrition, finances, safety, holistic living, staying organized, and coping with aging or loss.

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


Senior couple receive advance directives information from an attorney.

Advance Directives Seminar

June 20 | 11 AM

Learn how Power of Attorney and Do Not Resuscitate directives are used in medical care, plus Medicare planning, veteran benefits, retirement home planning, and wills and trusts. Attendees can receive a free living will, free healthcare power of attorney, and may schedule a free consultation if they wish with attorney George Lovett of Lovett & House Law Firm.

Mandy Shannon with newspaper background

Making Sense of the News

June 25 | 7 PM

Wright Library welcomes back University of Dayton Associate Professor, Mandy Shannon, for a presentation for teachers, parents, teens, and any news consumers wanting to build media literacy.

Two seniors proudly wearing "volunteer" t-shirts

Wanted: Mentors 55+ for AmeriCorps Seniors

July 17 | 10:30 AM

If you are over age 55 and looking for an opportunity to share your wisdom with the newest generation, learn how to become a school mentor with the Miami Valley Leadership Foundation. In partnership with the Greene and Montgomery Counties Retired Senior and Volunteer Program.

Librarian assists patron using a tablet

Tech Tutoring Drop-in

Wednesdays | 10 AM - 1 PM

Librarians are available to work one-on-one to solve your tech issues. We specialize in library resources, but can help with general computer/tech questions too. You can also request a guided orientation to the library's Memory Digitization Lab.