Prepare to take the HiSET, the new High School Equivalency Test. Interested students first must attend four days of orientation. Please see library staff for orientation dates. For more information, call 314-367-5000.
Events & Classes
This service provides 2D and 3D mammograms for women 40 years of age and older. The fee will be billed to you or your insurance. We submit claims for you to participating insurance companies and Medicare. Women who are uninsured or underinsured may be eligible for free mammograms. No physician order required.
These free classes, taught by Ritenour staff, help adult students obtain the skills necessary to earn a High School Equivalency Certificate (GED). Students must be at least 17 years old or 16 years old with 16 high school credits and no longer attending high school. Students must provide documentation from previous school and attend a mandatory orientation. Call the Ritenour Adult Learning Center at (314)426-7900 to register.
Learn how to change the look of text using formatting basics, page setup and printing options using Microsoft Word. Registration required.
Explore how to store your photos in the Cloud and make them accessible anywhere.
Adults. Registration required. Meeting Room 2.
Enjoy a creative and relaxing hour of coloring and drawing. Supplies, coloring sheets and refreshments provided.
If you have little or no experience with genealogical research, this is the class for you. Learn about the genealogical research process and the many resources available in History & Genealogy at St. Louis County Library.
Adults. Registration required. Meeting Room 3.
Join us for a current events discussion group.
Bring your mobile device, eReader or laptop and learn to find free eBooks and eAudiobooks using OverDrive through the St. Louis County Library. Devices will not be provided. Bring your library card number and PIN. A valid email address, as well as other account information and passwords may be needed.
Adults. Registration is required.
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Ritenour High School Equivalency Classes, (GED) at Rock Road
These free classes, taught by Ritenour staff, help adult students obtain the skills necessary to earn a High School Equivalency Certificate (GED). Students must be at least 17 years old or 16 years old with 16 high school credits and no longer attending high school. Call the Ritenour Adult Learning Center at (314)426-7900 to register.
Learn about settings, files, and how to personalize Windows 10. Devices will not be provided. Registration required.
Explore the basics, including signing in and replying to, forwarding and composing email messages using Gmail. Registration required.
Match up with others who enjoy learning new board games or play a favorite card game with old friends. Each month learn the rules to a classic or contemporary game that will be available for you to enjoy.
Adults and teens. Registration requested. Meeting Room 3.
Bring your mobile device or laptop and learn to find free eMovies, eMusic and more using Hoopla through the St. Louis County Library. Devices will not be provided. Registration is required.
Job seekers may create resumes and cover letters and practice interview skills using this free St. Louis County Library database. Registration required.
Join us for a comprehensive introduction to yoga basics.
Please bring your mats and eat lightly before you come
Adults. Registration required.
Craft your special Valentine Day Wreath with cardboard, paper and glue.
Adults. Registration Required. Meeting Room 1.
Beloved author of the memoirs “Glitter and Glue” and “The Middle Place,” Kelly Corrigan shares a warm, insightful look at the twelve phrases that strengthen and sustain our relationships. With refreshing candor and a deep well of empathy, Corrigan swings between meditations on life with a preoccupied husband and two mercurial teenage daughters to profound observations on love and loss. “Tell Me More” is a moving and meaningful take on the power of the right words at the right moment to change everything.
Join us this evening and learn how to make biscuits, biscuit cinnamon rolls, and scones. Samples will be provided and you will receive recipes to take home and make.
Join us with any handwork you enjoy doing. Lessons given for those who want to learn how to knit and crochet. Enjoy the company of fellow needle workers. Registration required.
Upstairs Program Room.
Author Nicole Evelina will present on Victoria Woodhull, former St. Louisan, the first woman to run for president in the United States in 1872, and the subject of her book, Madame Presidentess.