Whether you’re an amateur or a seasoned pro, Genealogy Club is a welcoming, casual gathering of history detectives looking for missing relatives. Share your brick walls and successes, and leave with new ideas and suggestions!
4 spots per class, registration required and begins 6/3
This course is designed for absolute computer beginners, no prior computer expereience necessary! Topics covered include: parts of a computer, how to use a keyboard and mouse, and how to navigate the operating system of a computer.
Create a pendant out of recycled china! This class is only for adults, no exceptions, because we will be working with broken pieces of glass. Participants must sign a waiver prior to starting class. Registration required; begins June 5th. To register, stop by the service desk or call 766-6340 (press 2 for service desk). Program will be held in conference room ABC.
This email basics class will cover the following topics:
How to create a new email
How to send email
How to reply to emails
How to organize emails
Proper Email password management
Please note that it is expected you know how to use a keyboard and mouse to navigate a computer before attending this course. We offer one-one-one technology training sessions here at the library if you need any help. Just call 920-766-6340 ext. 6 to set up a time.
Come for tea, coffee, coloring (if you like) and some listening! We will be selecting short stories to read to you while you relax with tea, coffee, or with our fun adult coloring books! This storytime is only for grown-ups please; not to be confused with our youth storytime programs. :) Held in Conference ABC.
We will travel down the road of seven seasons of this classic television show and back again. Answering trivia questions that are true and confident. We will throw a party, so invite everyone you know, and you will see that the biggest gift will be from the Library, and the card attached will say... THANK YOU FOR BEING A FRIEND!