Learn at your own pace with these self-guided tutorials on the Windows operating system for beginners and intermediate users. An instructor will be present to get you started and answer questions. Choose from Keyboarding, Mouse Tutorial, Basic Skills, Computer Basics, Files and Folders, Exploring the Web, Basic or Intermediate Word Processing, Spreadsheets and Presentations. Please bring headphones or purchase a set at the library.
Enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays, flannelboards and big books just right for this age. Parental participation is a must. Kids up to age 2 1/2 (30 mos.) walking confidently on their own.
On board, you'll find a full array of library materials and services for all ages. You can browse several thousand titles or pick up materials you've requested online or over the phone.
Learn how to adjust text size, mouse pointers and screen resolution to best suit your eyes. Also, find out about software that makes reading on your computer easier and removes annoying ads. Bringing your Windows laptop is optional. Registration begins Thursday, January 2.
The Caldecott Medal is awarded every year by the American Library Association to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children. Enjoy some of the best picture books of 2013 and and vote on which one is most worthy of the award at our Mock Caldecott selection committee. All ages are welcome. Registration begins Tuesday, January 7.
Drop in to ask questions about researching your family history.
During these unstructured sessions, use library computers to apply for a job, write a résumé, set up an email account, get help navigating the Internet, study for a test with "Learning Express Library" or sharpen your computer skills with our excellent self-guided tutorials. Choose from Keyboarding, Mouse Tutorial, Basic Skills, Computer Basics, Files and Folders, Exploring the Web, Basic or Intermediate Word Processing, Spreadsheets and Presentations. For the tutorials, please bring headphones or purchase a set at the library.
What is enough? How do we know what’s real and what’s illusion? What is death? Is it ever okay to lie? Where do we find real value? If you've ever questioned society’s assumptions, then come by and try out the Socrates Café. We'lll have a discussion in the spirit of Christopher Phillips’ book "Socrates Café: A Fresh Taste of Philosophy." No preparation is required. Just come with your questions and an open mind. The program will be facilitated by Dr. Brian Bowles, a counselor and former philosophy professor.