Children can stop by any time during the two hours to learn a few basic skills for wildflower identification and make a simple wildflower craft. You can also pick up a list of upcoming local wildflower hikes, so your child can see these blooms for real!
What is email? How do I sign up for an email account? Once I have an email account, what kinds of things can I do with it (attachments, address book, folders)? These topics and more will be covered in this brief overview of email intended for patrons that have at least some minimal past computer and Internet experience. We will be setting up email accounts with Gmail in this class. There will also be time for patrons to ask specific questions about email.
Cinco de Mayo is a fun holiday about celebrating the Mexican way of life. Librarian Penny Gillie recently traveled to Mexico and she will share her adventures with spider monkeys rattlesnakes and pyramids. Attend to sample food, make a craft and learn a few words of Spanish without getting a sunburn.
This class is intended for patrons that have no prior (or minimal) experience using a computer. In this class, patrons will learn how to login to a computer at the library, how to use a mouse, how to change desktop backgrounds and screensavers, and much more. There will also be time for patrons to ask specific questions about using a computer.
Children are naturally curious about the world around them. At this interactive workshop, parents will learn how to build on their childs inner scientist through the simple practices of talking, reading, writing, singing and playing.
Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity? If you put your own books in Dewey Decimal Order or love to organize closets, come and join us. Once you have completed this session, we will schedule you to help us maintain order on our library shelves.
Get a jump on summer with this quick and colorful tie dye project. Well provide shirts, or you can bring your own just make sure to wear old clothes you dont mind getting bleach on! Please register.