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Looking for Our Summer Events?

ScheduleIf you're looking for a schedule of our summer events, you're on the right page.  On the right hand side of the page, at the bottom of the light gray box, the words "Events Calendar" always lead you to a calendar showing what's going on at our branch.  That's where you can find our special summer events for children, in addition to our regular story times, computer classes, etc.  Happy summer! [Clipart © Jupiter Images]

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FREE Computer Classes

All classes are in the library's meeting room.

Beginner Email-Part 2     Wednesday 5/30 2:30
Computer Basics     Thursday 5/31 11:00
Intro. to PowerPoint    Saturday 6/2 10:30
Beginner Internet     Wednesday 6/6 3:00
Beginner Email-Part 1     Thursday 6/7 3:00
Beginner Email-Part 2     Thursday 6/14 3:00
Intro. to PowerPoint     Monday 6/18 2:30
Beginner Word     Wednesday 6/20 2:30
Intermediate Word     Wednesday 6/27 2:30
Computer Basics     Thursday 6/28 3:00
Intermediate Excel     Saturday 6/30 3:00

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Book Sale!

Coming SoonThe Friends of the Library will be having a book sale on Saturday, June 16, 10 am - 3 pm. We encourage everyone to come, shop, and spend! All proceeds help provide funding for library programs and materials. If you have any books, CDs or DVDs that are clean and in good condition, please donate them to the Friends for the sale. Donations are tax deductible. Anyone who is interested in helping set up the sale on Friday or work the sale on Saturday, please leave your name and phone number with the staff.

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Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de MayoIn case you haven’t heard, Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day.  In order to explain Cinco de Mayo, I have to give you a short lesson in Mexican history.  Late in 1861, Napoleon III of France sent a fleet to Veracruz, on the coast of Mexico.  The French army stormed Veracruz and then started moving towards Mexico City.  At Puebla, the well-trained, well-equipped, 8,000-man French army attacked the Mexican army of 4,000.  Some of the Mexican soldiers were well-trained and well-equipped, but legend says many of them were just peasants with farming tools.  On May 5, 1862 [exactly 150 years ago!], the Mexicans decisively crushed the French army, which was considered the best in the world at the time.

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Upcoming FREE Computer Classes

All classes are in the library's meeting room.

How to Use Facebook-Part 1     Wednesday 5/2 3:00
Beginner Word     Saturday 5/5 11:00
Intermediate Word     Saturday 5/5 2:30
How to Use Facebook-Part 2     Wednesday 5/9 3:00
Beginner Internet     Thursday 5/10 11:00
Computer Basics     Monday 5/14 2:30
Computer Basics Practice     Thursday 5/17 2:30
Beginner Excel     Saturday 5/19 11:00
Intermediate Excel     Saturday 5/19 2:30
Beginner Email-Part 1     Wednesday 5/23 2:30
Beginner Email-Part 2     Wednesday 5/30 2:30
Computer Basics     Thursday 5/31 11:00

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