We have a regular Creative Writers Group who uses the Library and all aspiring, unpublished and other creative writers are welcome to join them on every 2nd and last Tuesday of every month from 4:30 to 5:30. They generally meet in the leisure/magazine section of the library but move to the Children's Section when there are a lot of library users in this part of the library.
There is also a Video Game Club that usually meets twice a month in the Library to share gaming fun with others. That takes places on Saturday afternoons from 12 noon to 3 p.m. You have to watch for postings or add the Video Game Club on Facebook for directly sent announcements.
Craft project/story hour happens usually around Holidays like Valentine's Day and other special occasions. They can take place on a Friday or Saturday afternoon depending on what works best for parents/caregivers. We may set up a regular story hour featuring a sign language lesson and craft project this summer depending on how much demand there is for that sort of thing.
Like most libraries, we open up our facility for business meetings/presentations/ interviews and the like but since we are so much like a one-room schoolhouse, it sometimes makes it tough to give groups the privacy that they would like for such purposes. However, the facility is certainly open to the public. Recently, we have a special needs student meeting regularly with a special needs teacher twice a week and that sort of thing is pretty common.
Adam Zens teaches a one-day course to the High School seniors in TL every fall to prepare them for engaging in Patron-Initiated Inter-Library Loans. He does a "hands-on" demonstration on searching and requesting on Wiscat and they talk about some of the issues that the seniors face as they work on their bibliography for a Senior Paper which is required for graduation in the Turtle Lake School System.