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!
Lynda.com is an online educational site that includes over 3,000 courses (and over 130,000 videos) in popular fields like web design, web development, IT, education/instruction, media production, and business.
Pronunciator is a language learning service covering 80 languages offering a range of language skills, including reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
An online education experience offering over 540 courses in subjects like entrepreneurship, technology, health, career assistance, and more.
Learning Express Library is an interactive database with over 25 practice tests for GED testing and standardized exams for students and professionals.
Adult Programs & Events
Tour the LATIBAH artist TAfo Feimsters representation of the Reconstruction period with the theme of Redefining Black America. A combination of life-size exhibits and smaller art pieces will be displayed.
We meet the fourth Tuesday of every month and discuss fiction, nonfiction and biography. This month's selection: A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles. No registration necessary; all adults welcome. Call 704-416-3800 for more info.
Four-part series, on Tuesdays (Jan 8-Jan 29). Covers the basic skills to get around your Android phone and the buttons, using a calculator, Facebook, the cloud, texting, using your camera, email, and the Chrome Internet browser. No smart phone experience necessary.
Sign up for a 60-minute individual session with a volunteer or staff member to get help with specific computer or e-book questions. Call 704-416-5200, ext. 4 to make an appointment.
Join other intermediate Spanish speakers and discuss La Espia by Paulo Coelho, an historical novel about Mata Hari. Only Spanish is spoken and native speakers are there to help with difficult vocabulary and grammar.
Bring in your device and learn how to access the digital offerings provided by the library.
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