LIBRARY CENTER PROGRAMS

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    9:30 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Genealogy Workshop
    9:30 am in the auditorium for adults.
    Digital Headstone Recording. Theresa Lundberg, director of the Missouri Gravestone Project, will discuss the necessity of digitally recording images of headstones and the information they contain, basics on how to plan a cemetery survey and, time permitting, some tips on taking legible photos of worn headstones. Sponsored by Ozarks Genealogical Society.
  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    10:15 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Storytime
    11:15 am in the story hour room for ages 3-6.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

  • Animal Tales Presents Animal Science
    1:00 pm in the auditorium for grades K-5.
    So many different animal types! Explore the topic of animal classifications as you meet and learn about a member of each of these animal types: bird, reptile, amphibian, mammal, invertebrate and maybe even a fish! The audience will be asked to interact with the animals through "hands-on" volunteering, question & answer and crowd participation activities. All are guaranteed an up-close and personal experience.
  • Animal Tales Presents Animal Science
    2:00 pm in the auditorium for grades K-5.
    So many different animal types! Explore the topic of animal classifications as you meet and learn about a member of each of these animal types: bird, reptile, amphibian, mammal, invertebrate and maybe even a fish! The audience will be asked to interact with the animals through "hands-on" volunteering, question & answer and crowd participation activities. All are guaranteed an up-close and personal experience.

Friday, July 25, 2014

  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    10:15 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Storytime
    11:15 am in the story hour room for ages 3-6.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Oh My Gods!: Exploring Mythology
    4:00 pm in meeting room B for grades 6-12.
    Explore the mysteries of the stars and learn how different cultures created stories of brave gods and goddesses based on the night sky. We'll make constellations and visit the Star Lab to look at the stars and constellations. Materials will be provided.
    Registration starts July 01; call 882-0714.
  • Science Explorers: Flight School
    4:00 pm in the story hour room for grades K-5.
    Practice your paper airplane making-skills and test flight your creations. We'll also compare paper and wooden airplanes to see which ones fly straighter, higher and longer.
    Registration starts July 21; call 882-0714.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

  • Springfield’s Urban Histories: A Community’s Unexplored Past
    8:30 am to 4:15 pm in the auditorium for Adults.
    Historians will discuss their recent research into unexplored aspects of Springfield’s History published by Moon City Press in "Springfield’s Urban Histories: Essays on the Queen City of the Missouri Ozarks." The book will be on sale. 8:30-9 a.m. Book Sale 9-10 a.m. " Uncovering Springfield’s Hidden Histories: The Queen City’s Unexplored Past," Stephen McIntyre, professor of history, Missouri State University 10:15-11:15 a.m. " Quinine and Courage: The Battle of Springfield, January 8, 1863," William Garret Piston, professor of history, Missouri State University, and John C. Rutherford, local history associate, Springfield-Greene County Library District 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Lunch Break/Book Sale 12:15-1:15 p.m. "Retail Rivals: Commercial Street Versus the Public Square, 1870-1945." Angela Wingo Miller, department chair, teacher education, Ozarks Technical Community College 1:30-2:30 p.m. "Unrestricted Warfare: The 1916-17 Springfield Streetcar Strike," Erin Smither, instructor, Missouri State University and reference librarian, Springfield-Greene County Library 2:45-3:45 p.m. "Considerable Bad Feeling in this City:" The 1922 Frisco Shopmen’s Strike," Stephen McIntyre, professor of history, Missouri State University 3:45-4:15 p.m. Book Sale

Monday, July 28, 2014

  • Monday Madness: Sci-Fi Movie Day
    4:00 pm in the auditorium for grades 4-8.
    Watch "Treasure Planet," rated PG, a sci-fi spin on the beloved classic, "Treasure Island."

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    9:30 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    10:15 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Storytime
    11:15 am in the story hour room for ages 3-6.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • British Invasion
    5:00 pm in meeting room A for grades 6-12.
    Do you fancy all things British--music, literature, food and, of course, accents? Enjoy crafts and discussions about our neighbors across the pond. Materials will be provided.
  • "Slavery by Another Name"
    6:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    Not rated, 90 minutes. This 2012 PBS documentary challenges the belief that slavery in the United States ended with the Emancipation Proclamation. The film tells how, even as chattel slavery ended in the South in 1865, thousands of African-Americans were pulled back into forced labor with shocking brutality. It was a system in which men, often guilty of no crime at all, were arrested, compelled to work without pay, repeatedly bought and sold, and coerced to do the bidding of masters. Tolerated by both the North and South, forced labor lasted well into the 20th century. A Changing America event.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    9:30 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    10:15 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Storytime
    11:15 am in the story hour room for ages 3-6.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Electricity and Magnetism are Attractive Ideas
    2:00 pm to 3:30 pm in the story hour room for grades 4-6.
    When you do almost anything, you make use of electricity or magnetism. Work with Missouri State University’s Phys Biz team to learn how to make electrical energy that you can use to light up your life. We'll do several experiments that show how electricity and magnetism make a difference in everyone’s lives. Presented by the MSU Department of Physics, Astronomy and Materials Science.
    Registration starts July 16; call 882-0714.
  • "March: Book One"
    Book Discussion
    7:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    By John Lewis. A Changing America event.

Thursday, July 31, 2014

  • "Frozen" Sing-a-Long
    1:00 pm in the auditorium for grades K-5.
    Watch "Frozen," rated PG, on the big screen, and join in and sing along with your favorite songs!

Friday, August 1, 2014

  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    10:15 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Storytime
    11:15 am in the story hour room for ages 3-6.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.

Sunday, August 3, 2014

  • American Experience: "The Abolitionists"
    1:30 pm to 4:30 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    This 2013 PBS special dramatizes how abolitionist allies Frederick Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison, Harriet Beecher Stowe, John Brown and Angelina Grimké turned a despised fringe movement against chattel slavery into a force that changed the nation. A Changing America event.

Monday, August 4, 2014

  • Genealogy Workshop
    7:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    Mapping Your Ancestors' Migration. Learn how to use maps in your genealogical research. Member Fran Black will give an overview of the map collection at the OGS Library. Sponsored by Ozarks Genealogical Society.

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    9:30 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    10:15 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Storytime
    11:15 am in the story hour room for ages 3-6.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Teen Library Council
    6:00 pm in the Grafton room for grades 6-12.
    Help plan teen events YOU want to see happen at The Library Center--your input matters!

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    9:30 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    10:15 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Storytime
    11:15 am in the story hour room for ages 3-6.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

  • "Sid the Science Kid" and Scientists in Your Community
    1:00 pm in the auditorium for age 3-grade 3.
    A naturalist from the Springfield Conservation Nature Center and a meteorologist from KY3 will come and tell us about their jobs and the science behind them. Stay after the program and watch "Sid the Science Kid: I Want to Be a Scientist!"
  • "Sid the Science Kid" and Recycled Creations
    3:00 pm in the auditorium for ages 3-grade 3.
    Enjoy "Sid the Science Kid: Reused Robot" and make a recycled creation. Materials will be provided.
  • Reader's Choice
    NXT Chapter: A Book Group for 20/30-Somethings
    7:30 pm to 8:30 pm in the Harrison room for ages 20-39.
    Bring Your Own Book (B.Y.O.B): Award Winners. Bring an award-winning book to share with the group. Refreshments will be served.

Friday, August 8, 2014

  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    10:15 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Storytime
    11:15 am in the story hour room for ages 3-6.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • "What Does the Fox Say?"
    6:00 pm in the story hour room for ages 2-5.
    "Ducks say quack and fish go blub!" Enjoy stories and activities about animals and what they say.

Saturday, August 9, 2014

  • Bibliobop Dance Party
    10:00 am in the auditorium for ages 2-6.
    Get wiggly and shake your sillies out at our Library dance party! Listen to stories about music and dancing and join in the fun as we dance and play instruments.
  • "All Quiet on the Western Front"
    2:00 pm to 4:30 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    Join us for a screening of "All Quiet on the Western Front," not rated. Based on Erich Maria Remarque’s novel, this classic film won an Academy Award for Best Picture and Director in 1930. It remains one of the most powerful war movies ever made.

Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Sunday Concert Series
    2:00 pm to 3:30 pm in the auditorium for all ages.
    SouthWynn's. The SouthWynn's, started by John and Betty Wynn, have been steeped in family harmony for more than 20 years. The band is proud to showcase generations of the Wynn family and currently features Betty Wynn, Berry Wynn, Casey Freeland, Amanda Marlow and Alan Young.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    9:30 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Edge Mobile Class: Internet Basics
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn how to navigate the Internet using your browser's menus and toolbars. Access websites by typing in a Web address or using search engines, directories or other starting points.
    Registration starts July 01; call 882-0714.
  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    10:15 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Storytime
    11:15 am in the story hour room for ages 3-6.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Edge Mobile Class: Learn It! Self-Paced Tutorials
    1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn computer, Internet and software skills at your own pace using instructional software and videos. Topics include basic computer skills, Windows, Internet Explorer, Photoshop, QuickBooks, Web design, Microsoft Office, Apple products, MAC OS and more. We also offer Computer-Instructed Keyboarding to help you gain new typing skills or improve the skills you already have.
    Registration starts July 01; call 882-0714.
  • Fandoms Unite!: Mario Tournament
    6:00 pm in meeting room B for grades 6-12.
    Pick your favorite Mario character and start your engines! Race to the finish line while avoiding obstacles, including that pesky banana peel. Finish first and claim your title as King of Kart!

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

  • Genealogy Workshop
    9:30 am in the auditorium for adults.
    The OGS Obituary Project. Panel members Imogene Bennett, John Carter, Patti Hobbs and Rita Wallace will discuss the history and objectives of the project, and offer suggestions for use in your research. Sponsored by Ozarks Genealogical Society.
  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    9:30 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    10:15 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Storytime
    11:15 am in the story hour room for ages 3-6.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • "A Tale for the Time Being"
    Book Discussion
    1:00 pm to 2:00 pm in meeting room A for adults.
    By Ruth Ozeki.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

  • The Fairgrounds and Beyond: Auto Racing in the Ozarks
    7:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    Celebrate the rich history of auto racing in the Ozarks. Library staff member Michael Price will discuss well-known area drivers and the tracks that made them famous.

Friday, August 15, 2014

  • Racing to Read Tiny Tots Storytime
    10:15 am in the story hour room for infants-36 months.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.
  • Racing to Read Storytime
    11:15 am in the story hour room for ages 3-6.
    Our interactive storytimes introduce young children to books, reading and language with stories, songs and activities. Parents learn fun ways to build the early literacy skills their children need to learn to read.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

  • Tracing Your World War I Ancestor
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    Library staff member Michael Price will present tips and techniques for researching your ancestors who fought in World War I.
  • Saturday Afternoon at the Movies: Classic Musicals
    2:00 pm in the auditorium for all ages.
    Enjoy a Saturday matinee with a classic musical. Feel free to bring your own snack. "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," not rated, 1954.
  • DigiTots Storytime
    2:30 pm in the story hour room for infants-age 6.
    Join us for a mix of traditional and digital storytimes using books and an iPad, with a focus on Racing to Read skills combined with the latest technology. We'll explore the very best educational apps designed to foster early literacy skills and fun, along with stories, music and dancing.

Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Slavery in America: The Final Chapters, 1863-1865
    7:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation marked the beginning of the end of slavery, but it would take two more long years of struggle before the peculiar institution would finally disappear from American life. Learn what happened during those years from Dr. Greg Renoff, associate professor of history at Drury University. A Changing America event.

Friday, August 22, 2014

  • Chill Fridays
    3:00 pm for grades 6-12.
    Start the weekend right when you join us once a month in the teen area for video, board and card games! Feel free to bring your favorite game.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

  • Mighty Men of War: The Carthage Light Guard in World War I
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    In the fall of 1918, a company of Carthage soldiers took part in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, the largest battle in U.S. Army history to that time. Author Jeff Patrick will discuss how these men from small towns and farms in southwest Missouri experienced some of the most ferocious combat of the Great War.
  • Soldiers of the Great War
    1:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    Local living historians will describe the experiences of common soldiers in World War I as they display original and reproduction military equipment and explain how it was used. A presentation on the topic will begin at 2 p.m.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

  • Edge Mobile Class: Learn It! Self-Paced Tutorials
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn computer, Internet and software skills at your own pace using instructional software and videos. Topics include basic computer skills, Windows, Internet Explorer, Photoshop, QuickBooks, Web design, Microsoft Office, Apple products, MAC OS and more. We also offer Computer-Instructed Keyboarding to help you gain new typing skills or improve the skills you already have.
    Registration starts July 01; call 882-0714.
  • Edge Mobile Class: File Management
    1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn to save, organize, copy, move, rename, delete, find and manage files and folders on your computer or external storage device.
    Registration starts July 01; call 882-0714.
  • Build All the Things!
    6:00 pm in the auditorium for grades 6-12.
    Tap into your childhood creativity as we build structures with LEGO blocks, cards, books, paper, boxes, blocks and more. We'll have team contests. Materials will be provided.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

  • Genealogy Workshop
    9:30 am in the auditorium for adults.
    Save Your Research for Future Generations. Member Susan Muñoz has compiled her family history information into an entertaining and educational form. Susan will share her techniques and methods. Bring your own family history compilations for a show-and-tell session following the presentation. Sponsored by Ozarks Genealogical Society.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

  • Edge Mobile Class: Computer Skills I
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Brush up on existing mouse and keyboard skills and learn the basics of word processing, including simple formatting, saving and printing documents.
    Registration starts August 01; call 882-0714.
  • Edge Mobile Class: Learn It! Self-Paced Tutorials
    1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn computer, Internet and software skills at your own pace using instructional software and videos. Topics include basic computer skills, Windows, Internet Explorer, Photoshop, QuickBooks, Web design, Microsoft Office, Apple products, MAC OS and more. We also offer Computer-Instructed Keyboarding to help you gain new typing skills or improve the skills you already have.
    Registration starts August 01; call 882-0714.

Monday, September 15, 2014

  • Mighty Men of War: The Carthage Light Guard in World War I
    7:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    In the fall of 1918, a company of Carthage soldiers took part in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, the largest battle in U.S. Army history to that time. Author Jeff Patrick will discuss how these men from small towns and farms in southwest Missouri experienced some of the most ferocious combat of the Great War. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

  • Edge Mobile Class: Learn It! Self-Paced Tutorials
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn computer, Internet and software skills at your own pace using instructional software and videos. Topics include basic computer skills, Windows, Internet Explorer, Photoshop, QuickBooks, Web design, Microsoft Office, Apple products, MAC OS and more. We also offer Computer-Instructed Keyboarding to help you gain new typing skills or improve the skills you already have.
    Registration starts August 01; call 882-0714.
  • Edge Mobile Class: Computer Skills II
    1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn to identify common Windows elements, work with windows, use the taskbar, start menu, and explore control panel settings, including various display options.
    Registration starts August 01; call 882-0714.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

  • Edge Mobile Class: Internet Basics
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn how to navigate the Internet using your browser's menus and toolbars. Access websites by typing in a Web address or using search engines, directories or other starting points.
    Registration starts September 01; call 882-0714.
  • Edge Mobile Class: Learn It! Self-Paced Tutorials
    1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn computer, Internet and software skills at your own pace using instructional software and videos. Topics include basic computer skills, Windows, Internet Explorer, Photoshop, QuickBooks, Web design, Microsoft Office, Apple products, MAC OS and more. We also offer Computer-Instructed Keyboarding to help you gain new typing skills or improve the skills you already have.
    Registration starts September 01; call 882-0714.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

  • Edge Mobile Class: Learn It! Self-Paced Tutorials
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn computer, Internet and software skills at your own pace using instructional software and videos. Topics include basic computer skills, Windows, Internet Explorer, Photoshop, QuickBooks, Web design, Microsoft Office, Apple products, MAC OS and more. We also offer Computer-Instructed Keyboarding to help you gain new typing skills or improve the skills you already have.
    Registration starts September 01; call 882-0714.
  • Edge Mobile Class: Email for Beginners
    1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn how to register for and use free Web-based email services and how to compose, read, reply to, save and forward email. Prerequisites: Experience using keyboard and mouse.
    Registration starts September 01; call 882-0714.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

  • Edge Mobile Class: Computer Skills I
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Brush up on existing mouse and keyboard skills and learn the basics of word processing, including simple formatting, saving and printing documents.
    Registration starts October 01; call 882-0714.
  • Edge Mobile Class: Learn It! Self-Paced Tutorials
    1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn computer, Internet and software skills at your own pace using instructional software and videos. Topics include basic computer skills, Windows, Internet Explorer, Photoshop, QuickBooks, Web design, Microsoft Office, Apple products, MAC OS and more. We also offer Computer-Instructed Keyboarding to help you gain new typing skills or improve the skills you already have.
    Registration starts October 01; call 882-0714.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • Edge Mobile Class: Internet Basics
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn how to navigate the Internet using your browser's menus and toolbars. Access websites by typing in a Web address or using search engines, directories or other starting points.
    Registration starts November 01; call 882-0714.
  • Edge Mobile Class: Learn It! Self-Paced Tutorials
    1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Learn computer, Internet and software skills at your own pace using instructional software and videos. Topics include basic computer skills, Windows, Internet Explorer, Photoshop, QuickBooks, Web design, Microsoft Office, Apple products, MAC OS and more. We also offer Computer-Instructed Keyboarding to help you gain new typing skills or improve the skills you already have.
    Registration starts November 01; call 882-0714.
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