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Adult programs at the library in December


November 20, 2017

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52 WEEKS OF GIVING:   4 PM Friday, December 1, 8, 15
This program has a different theme each week, all centered around giving back to our community and making a difference in people’s lives.  Join any time!
Location:  Community Room
 
Family Program: Polar Express- 2 PM Saturday, December 2
Come watch the movie in your PJ’s if you like!  We’ll have cookies, hot cocoa, & crafts! (ages 5-12) Registration opens November 15th; space is limited.
Location:  Community Room
 
AccessGenealogy - 2 PM Monday December 4
Learn how to use one the leading free genealogy websites, Access Genealogy. Genealogy Coordinator will go over how to use the site and what it has to offer. 
Location: Computer Lab
 
HOW TO GET A JOB! Soft Skills - 6pm Tuesday, December 5
Searching for a job is easier if you know how. This month concentrate on soft skills; those personal attributes you need to succeed in the workplace.  A free ongoing series, instructed by Monique Dennis.  
Location: Community Room
 
Family Memory Ornament - 6 PM Thursday, December 7
Come make a Family Memory Ornament with us! Bring a small photograph to put inside the ornament. Sign-up required. Limited to 25. 
Location: Community Room
 
Christmas Sing-a-Long—2 PM Saturday, December 9
Join us for lovely holiday piano music and some sing-a-long carols with refreshments from the Friends of the Library.
 
Knitting & Crocheting Club - 2pm Saturday, December 9&23
Bring your knitting needles, crochet hooks and yarn! Share projects and get some new ideas! New members are always welcome!
Location: Teen Activity Room
 
Adult Cooking Series – 6 PM Monday, December 11
Renowned chef, Patrick White will give a live demonstration, tasting, and share cooking tips! On the menu: Last minute fixins’ with what’s on hand! 
Location: Community Room
 
How to Track Your Ancestors - 6 PM Tuesday, December 12
When tracking your ancestors, sometimes you have to look at records you might not think of at first. Lillian Wingate, Genealogy Coordinator will show examples and how to find them. 
Location: Computer Lab
 
Basic Computers: Keyboard & Mouse 11 AM Wed. December 13
Learn how to use the mouse & keyboard and how to access the internet. For patrons who are unfamiliar with the computer. Instructed by Statesboro Library Technology Coordinator, Jasmine Cleveland.
Location: Computer Lab
 
ANIME & MANGA CLUB (age 12 – 18) 5 PM Wed. December 13
For teens and young adults interested in watching and discussing different anime series. Enjoy an activity, snacks and new episodes each week!
Location: Teen Activity Room
 
BREAKFAST with SANTA!  10:00 AM Saturday, December 16 Pre-Registration Required (ages 2-10)
Join us for a tasty breakfast fun crafts, and some special time with the big man in red! Pre-registration is required for this event—sign up at the Children’s Department Desk. Space is limited, so sign up early!


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