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Boot Camp Beginners rescheduled for canceled class on April 16. This session is only open to those already registered for the April 23 Meeting.
Today to keep up or get ahead at work you need to know how to use popular computer programs and social media. Come to the Technology Lab to get acquainted with our resources to learn these skills. Work at your own pace. You can use our computers or bring your own computer or tablet. Staff will be on hand to assist. Walk in, no reservation is required.
Have tech questions that no one can answer? We can help! The technology experts from FireLogic will be hosting a 3 hour open-door session for any and all tech questions. From help with battling malware infections to solving odd computer errors, patrons will be helped on a first come, first served basis by certified FireLogic staff. Please, do not bring in desktop computers. Laptops, tablets, and smartphones are welcome.
If you like to read, like children, and can come to the library for one hour a week in June and July, You can be a Book Buddy!
Book Buddies read to children and listen to them read
Earn service hours and help a child
You must attend an orientation session to participate
For more information, Contact Clara at 847-663-6628 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrons have an oportunity to research their family trees using the library's Ancestry Library edition database and other online resources.
Grades 3-5 are welcome to register to try your hand at our monthly MineCraft Monday challenge! We'll meet in the new computer training lab on the lower level.
Grades 8 to 11
What will you build in our Minecraft challenge just for teens?