Your public library offers materials, services, and programs designed to meet a variety of needs throughout adult life. Whether you are just entering the "real world", coming back to the Library as a new parent, re-entering the workforce, or ready to retire and enjoy the future, the Library has something for you!
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Adult Programs & Events
In preparation for Main Library's renovation, we are upping our "book sale game" during summer 2019. Each week on Monday morning we'll stock the book sale with surplus and outdated items from our special collections.
The Makerspace is open to ages 12 and up. A 3D printer, vinyl cutter, and a wood carver are available for use.
Drop in at the Information Desk for a 30-minute individual session with a volunteer or staff member to get help with computer basics, Microsoft Office, Internet, email or other topics, or to find help developing/editing your resume or cover letter and searching or applying for jobs.
Share samples of personal work of all types including fiction, essays, poetry, narrative, biography or nonfiction in this interactive creative writing group. Participants will select readings from their works and hear feedback from peers in an informal setting.
Create, edit and save a document in Microsoft Word. This class is for people with some computer experience but little or no previous word processing experience.
One-on-one computer help sessions with a technology tutor. Topics covered include but are not limited to Microsoft Office, Internet, email and online applications. Sessions are 30 minutes.
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