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E.g., 04/24/2017
E.g., 04/24/2017

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This program introduces you to Microsoft Excel as a personal financial management tool. This is a hands-on computer class where participants learn basic Excel commands to create a personal budget spreadsheet. Hands-on learning is the best way to improve digital literacy. Intermediate computer skill level needed. 

Presenter: Troy A. Burgher, MCP. 

Space is limited for this popular session....

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Knitting, crochet, embroidery, crewel, painting, sewing or something else – bring it in and visit while you work. Beginners and more experienced crafters are welcomed to share the joys of handwork.

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Coloring is recognized as a therapeutic source of creativity and relaxation. Come de-stress as we color inside and outside the lines. Coloring sheets and colored pencils provided. We’re the first and only Coloring Club at the Library - and you can be part of it. Teens and Adults welcome.

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Tech Tuesdays is your drop-in go-to for all questions about using Library technology. Drop-in to get hands-on help with basic computer skills, internet or email. Learn how to access our growing eLibrary on your tablet or smartphone. This is a relaxed, friendly forum for specific tech questions. We’re committed to improving the digital literacy of our Library users.

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Maker Meetup is a perfect time to chat and tinker with other makers, entrepreneurs, engineers, hobbyist, and designers. Explore other peoples’ projects and share challenges or goals you have with yours. Knowledge, connections, inspiration and community involvement – that’s what we’re Making! 

Generously supported by Black & Veatch Building a World of Difference Foundation.

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This is a group of readers that enjoys a bit of everything. 

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This group reads a wide variety of books. 

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Logan Conference Room

“It’s not what you know, it’s who you know” is never a truer adage than when you’re looking for a job. In this session, job seekers can learn how to network effectively so that they can identify / be hired for new job opportunities. Topics covered include The 5 Point Networking Plan; The 12 Principles of Networking; Creating a Compelling Introduction; Conducting an Effective Informational Interview. 

Presenter: Tammy Kabell of ...

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This book group checks out and reads a wide variety of titles. 

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