In the dark month of December your library has for you: four more Wired Wednesdays, a genealogy refresher, two book discussion groups, food and fun for all ages, support for all jobseekers and a wonderful collection to explore. So, whether you're a Mom looking to entertain the kids while you wrap or one of the newly underemployed, we have books, programs and services especially for you and yours in the holiday season and beyond.
Color for Christmas
You may have noticed the two new black and white copiers near the front desk. These copiers can double side, collate, scan to a usb and more for a mere 10 cents a page. Nevertheless, there are times when only color will do and we have that too. If you need to print (or copy) in color, you'll need to use the copier outside the computer lab. This machine can do everything the basic copier cluster does plus provide lovely color copies and prints for 50 cents a page. Not sure how to use it? Please ask for help from staff in the computer office or at the information desk.
Untangle your files
At 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Dec. 8, we'll help you make sense of computer file types and what to do with them - for beginners. This is a useful computer overview for newbies and folks who have let their computer knowledge lapse a bit. Registration is required for all Wired Wednesday sessions so sign up soon.
Genealogy is Evergreen
Join Genealogist Louise Creighton at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 8 for a year end review of tips and tools for genealogical research. Registration is required.
Merry Merry Ghost?
Join the Mystery Readers at 10 a.m. Thursday Dec. 9 for Merry Merry Ghost by Carolyn Hart. New members are always welcome.
Gather with other job hunters at 1 p.m. Thursday Dec. 9 and 23 to help and support each other. No registration needed, just show up.