members, Cheryl, Pam, and Alan and our volunteers, Anne and Charles
are teaching these free classes &
programs. Call, come by the reference desk, or email us (with name of class or
event in the subject line) to register.
the Computer and Internet for Seniors
is a four class series which begins with a meet the mouse and
keyboard class, incorporates computer parts (how to turn it on),
operating system, (what it does), Windows (how it does it), and the Internet including browsers, (Internet Explorer, Google
Chrome, and Firefox).
Anne is offering
Test Drive the iPad. You do not need to have an iPad
Charles will offer
his expertise to library patrons by teaching Microsoft Excel.
Pam, Cheryl, and Alan will facilitate
How to Download to E-readers Workshop
to guide you in downloading resources from Camellia.net. When signing
up designate what device you will be bringing to class. (Kindle, Nook, Ipad etc.)
Ancestry.com for Beginners. Pam has traced her family back
to the 1700s and provides an overview of US Census Record, as well
as birth, death and marriage searches.
facilitates the Genealogy Research Club, an informal
group of patrons who meet at the library to discuss and research
Anne will help you
navigate Microsoft Windows 8, a three-class session.
Library Writers Showcase is a new
quarterly program promoting the success of published local and
regional writers. Six readers will have ten minutes in a
professional reading setting to read from a published work. Readings
from fiction, nonfiction, poetry, plays and scripts are welcome. Are
you a visual artist? We have a showcase slot for you too. To be
considered for a reading slot, artist slot, or to be a future
featured reader, send an email to Alan Samry with “Writers Showcase”
in the subject line to