- This week at story time, the kids had some fun making penguins! Join Mrs. Karen next Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. and explore "Winter Birds".--- 5 months ago
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Stop by the library on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 1pm for help with computer basics. If you’re having trouble with a device, please bring it with you.
Here’s your chance to find out what’s inside the electronic gadgets and gizmos you use daily. We will provide the broken/discarded appliances, safety goggles, and tools. You provide the muscle and curiosity! No registration required. Intended for children aged 8+.
So you want to use Facebook…? Learn the basics in our Computer Basics class on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 1pm.
Need assistance with basic computer tasks? Come by the library on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 1pm for help!
You now have the option of registering for the summer reading program online. Just fill out the registration form below: Summer Reading Program 2018 – Registration Form
Join the library for their teen computer programming camp, taking place in the Village Room on Saturday and Sunday, June 16-17 from 9am-3pm.
Need a bit of extra help navigating technology? Stop by the library next Tuesday, May 22 at 1pm for assistance with computer or tech gadgets.
Come in for computer basics help on Tuesday, April 24 at 1pm.
Use Download Destination today to borrow your favorite e-books and e-audiobooks to your device with your library card. 📲 https://tln.overdrive.com/
NPR’s signature morning program has begun doing a series on libraries. First, on Andrew Carnegie; a ruthless businessman whose generosity spread knowledge and its buildings throughout America. Second, on the on-going cold war between libraries and publishers on the … Continue reading