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Adult programs at the library in July


June 28, 2017

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Free Read Book Club– Thursday, July 6th at 6:30PM Looking for your next read? Know of any good books that others may be interested in? This is the book club for you! New members are always welcome!

Location: CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY ROOM

 

Computer Basics: Beginners - Friday, July 7th at 2PM Belinda Dickey, IT Coordinator will show patrons who are unfamiliar with the computer how to use the internet, mouse, keyboard and much more!

Location: COMPUTER LAB

 

Knitting and Crocheting Club– Saturday, July 8th, July 22nd at 2PM Bring your knitting needles, crochet hooks and yarn! Share projects and get some new ideas! New members are always welcome!

Location: TEEN ACTIVITY ROOM

 

Free Genealogy Websites– Monday, July 10th at 2PM Genealogy coordinator, Lillian Wingate will show patrons all the free genealogy websites and how to access them.

Location: COMPUTER LAB

 

DIY Marbled Planter– Tuesday, July 11th at 6PM Join us in making your own personal marbled planter with step-by-step instructions. You are free to bring this back with you the following week to plant your succulents or you can bring your own planter. Sign up will be required!

Location: COMMUNITY ROOM

 

DIY Succulents– Thursday, July 13th at 6PM Join us as Lillian Wingate shows patrons how to start a succulent plant with step-by-step instructions! Be sure to sign up prior to this event! Bring your marbled planters!

Location: COMMUNITY ROOM

 

Computer Basics: Creating an Email– Friday, July 14th at 2PM Belinda Dickey, IT Coordinator will show patrons how to create an email, upload attachments, adjust settings and much more!

Location: COMPUTER LAB

 

First-Time Home Buyers Seminar– Saturday, July 15th at 2PM Brachel Rogers, representative of Statesboro ReMax office will demonstrate the steps in buying a first home. Free of charge!

Location:  COMMUNITY ROOM

 

Adult Cooking Series– Monday, July 17th at 6PM Renowned chef, Patrick White will give a live demonstration, tasting, and a chance to learn some valuable cooking tips!

Location: COMMUNITY ROOM

How To: RootsMagic– Tuesday, July 18th at 6PM Genealogy coordinator, Lillian Wingate will guide patrons through the Galileo database, Rootsmagic.

Location: COMPUTER LAB

 

Author Talk: Patrick Hempfing– Thursday, July 20th at 6PM Hempfing is a former CPA turned stay at home dad and author of ‘MoMENts: A Dad Holds On,’ a nonfiction novel on the joys and challenges of fatherhood.

Location: COMMUNITY ROOM

 

Senior Crafts– Monday, July 24th at 11AM All ages welcome, but geared towards seniors ages 55+. This month we will create a painting with step-by-step instructions.

Location: COMMUNITY ROOM

 

How To: Oral History

Genealogy Coordinator, Lillian Wingate will demonstrate the proper way to conduct the telling of an oral history. All ages welcomed!!

Location: COMMUNITY ROOM

 

Computer Basics– Friday, July 28th at 2PM Belinda Dickey, IT Coordinator will show patrons how to upload resumes, pictures and other files to the internet!

Location: COMPUTER LAB

 

Fitness Friday: KPOP– Friday, July 28th at 4PM A fitness guide for patrons! Learn new and assorted ways to get moving and stay motivated in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Damali Bacchus will teach KPOP moves that you need in your life while keeping your heart beat up with this innovative exercise.

Location: COMMUNITY ROOM

 

Computer Basics: Social Media– Saturday, July 29th at 10AM Belinda Dickey, IT Coordinator will show patrons ho to create a social media, set up privacy settings, and much more!

Location: COMPUTER LAB


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