Adult Services

Outreach Program

The library offers a free outreach service to those who are homebound. This program allows patrons who are not able to come to the library to have materials checked out and delivered to them. Books, DVD's, CD Books, and magazines are items available for check out at this time. If you are interested in this program, or would simply like more information, please contact us at 307-358-3644. Ask for Angel.

Adult Programming

The Converse County Library System provides a wide range of adult programs, so we hope you're able to join us! For more information, please talk to our Adult Programming Coordinator, Tamara Lehner at 307-436-2573 or email her at tlehner@conversecountylibrary.org



Book & Brew

We are excited about our new book club, Book & Brew. The idea is to meet once per month or so, in a different watering hole/coffee shop in town, and discuss fabulous books. So, come on out, meet some new people, see what everyone’s reading, and let’s put our heads together (and raise a glass or two!).


Food For Thought Cookbook Club

Do you love to cook?

Join us at Food For Thought Cookbook Club at the Glenrock Library! Use a library book to find the perfect recipe, then create a dish to share with the group! Each month we'll have a different theme to inspire us to try a variety of new recipes.


Painting with Artisan Alley

Keep your eyes on our events page to find out when we'll be partnering with Artisan Alley to do painting! Painting with step-by-step instructions from our guide, we have a blast listening to music, enjoying each other's company, and creating our own work of art!


Other great books from Western writers or about the West....

Northfield, by Johnny D. Boggs
This fast-paced Old West adventure follows Jesse James and the James-Younger gang as they change the course of history when they attempt to rob a bank in the far reaches of Minnesota.

The Ox-Bow Incident, by Walter Van Tilburg Clark
When cattle rustlers murder a citizen of Bridger's Gulch, others form a posse and illegally lynch them.

Deadwood, by Peter Dexter
When Wild Bill Hickok takes a wagon train of prostitutes through Deadwood, a pimp hires someone to kill him.

The Big Sky, by A.B. Guthrie
Boone Caudill, 17, leaves his Kentucky home and family and settles in Big Sky, Montana.

Slaughter, by Elmer Kelton
Several people, including Jeff Layne, meet on the Great Plains after the Civil War, where the whites want buffalo profits and the Indians need the buffalo for survival.

Giant, by Edna Ferber
Leslie comes from Virginia to marry Bick Benedict and live on his huge ranch, but she never adjusts to the Texas way of life.

Blood Meridian, by Cormac McCarthy
Based on incidents that took place in the southwestern United States and Mexico around 1850, this novel chronicles the crimes of a band of desperadoes, with a particular focus on one, "the kid," a boy of fourteen.

Lonesome Dove, by Larry McMurtry
Former Texas Rangers leave their unsuccessful cattle business when they hear of good opportunities in newly opened territory.

The Royal Wulff Murders, by Keith McCafferty
Sheriff Martha Ettinger investigates the suspected murder of a young man retrieved from the Madison River in Montana with a trout fly stuck in his lip.

Montana 1948, by Larry Watson
Story of the events of the summer of the author's 12th year, which altered his view of his family and the world forever.

Mad Dog & Englishman, by J.M. Hayes
Summer in Benteen County, Kansas, is a season possessed of all the gentle subtlety of an act of war. A Reverend is murdered in a small Kansas town, and as a tornado gathers to hurl its fury on the hapless town, the fury of the killer rises to meet it.

Volt, by Alan Heathcock
Stark tales set in brutal landscapes, depicting such protagonists as a grief-stricken farmer who takes to walking after running over his son and a female sheriff who covers up a murder in a flood-stricken town.

Also check out favorites like Louis L'Amour, Max Brand, Ralph Comton, and Stephen Bly.