It's time to seal up the cracks, tidy the yard and bed down the garden before falling leaves become falling flakes. We have lots of info to help you do just that or if that's not your problem, we have plenty of books, music, film, fun and information to divert you as we head into the harvest season.
Sign-up for signage
Need a sign for a community benefit, lost cat or a season finale garage sale? Sign up for the month's first Wired Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 6 to learn how to Make Posters with Word.
Jobs in focus
Looking for work or to move up in your current workplace? We have the resources to help you from books on job hunting, career building and resume writing to public access computers to help with the paperwork. Turbo charge your job search at 10 a.m. Friday Oct. 8 by learning tips and tricks for online applications. At 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Oct. 13, we'll show you a great tool for test prep and career exploration in the month's second Wired Wednesday session. So sign-up to train yourself with learning express.
Compare notes and network with other job seekers every other Friday at 10 a.m. starting Friday Oct. 15 at the library. These meetings alternate with our established Jobseekers Lifeline workshops like the program at 10 a.m. Friday Oct. 22 when Librarian Julia Schult will help you with finding the right job opening for you. Wired Wednesday sessions require registration, but Jobseekers Lifeline programs and Job Club sessions are strictly drop-in. No registration needed, just show up.
You've seen Iron Chef's and Master Bakers galore on cable. Now is your chance to get in on the fun with our first installment of Cupcake Wars, an all ages program featuring tasty snacks. At 1 p.m. Saturday Oct. 9, cupcake warriors from 10 to 100 will be invited to bake and decorate cupcakes, and go head-to-head in a cupcake war. Finished cupcakes will be judged on taste and presentation. No experience necessary, ages 10 to 100. Registration is required.