Join us for a lively discussion of Tallgrass by Sandra Dallas.
Learn the basics of replying, posting, uploading photos and editing a post in Craigslist. Participants are encouraged to bring photos from a flash drive or camera and the information needed to post an ad on Craigslist during the program. All ages welcome. Space is limited; registration suggested. Please visit our online calendar to register.
A different way to explore early literacy! This drop-in program is for children through 6 years old and their parents. Five different centers will be set up reflecting one of each of the early literacy skills. Centers may include books, hands-on activities, crafts, or music. Participants will be gathered together two times during the hour to do a group movement or story activity.
Get your numbers (and everything else) in line with Excel. Join us to learn about this powerful spreadsheet program. We’ll enter and edit data, work with formatting, sort, filter and even get started with formulas. Space is limited; registration required. Please visit our online calendar to register.
From the author of Angela’s Ashes, comes the sequel, Teacher Man. We follow Frank McCourt as he leaves Ireland and becomes a teacher in the United States – with trials, triumphs and surprises! For teachers, retired teachers, and those who admire teachers, come discuss this 2005 title.
Calling all tweens and teens! Join us each week for a special afternoon program. Appropriate for students ages 11 and up.
- Oct. 7: Games - Hang out at the library and play a wide variety of games.
- Oct 14: Crafts - Create something awesome!
- Oct 21: Leadership - Fun and challenging activities to help you be successful when working together in a group. When should you lead? When should you follow?
- Oct 28: Tech - Ever wonder about the whizzing and whirring noises that are coming from your computer? Want to take a look at the guts of the computer and identify the different parts? Join this class to start learning the basics of opening up a computer and dismantling it completely.
Here’s your chance to get one-on-one tech help from a tech guide. Learn about email, resumes, Internet searching, ereaders or get help with any tech question you might have. All ages are welcome. Customers helped on a first-come, first-served basis.