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Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Community Hall, 7-8:30 pm.
Before you cast your vote on Election Day, come hear the League of Women Voters' clear, non-partisan analysis of the pros and cons of the propositions on this year's general election ballot. Be sure that your vote will go to support the issues that genuinely reflect your values.
Painting, pumpkins, and The Nightmare Before Christmas all in one spooky adult craft this Halloween season! Come decorate a pumpkin or gourd in the style of your favorite creepy character - or invent your own! Supplies will be provided.
PLEASE NOTE: TODAY'S CRAFT WILL BE IN THE CONFERENCE ROOM.
Painted Day of the Dead SKULLS !
Fun crafts for teens. Must be 12 - 18 years old. You'll be amazed at the cool crafts you can produce in an hour! Every 4th Thursday of the month at 4:00 PM we will feature a different type of craft project. We'll provide the materials and basic instruction and assistance -- YOU provide the imagination.
Free, of course! See you there, in the Auditorium.
Restore and enhance favorite family photographs, or edit a shot so everyone is smiling and looking at the camera. Take a Photoshop class to learn how! Capture attention with beautiful, high-impact visuals. Adjust clarity, color, and manipulate your images! Perfect your graphic design work. Take your pictures to the next level with powerful image editing software. This fall, the Library District is offering free classes: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Animate and Premier Pro. Come to the Training Room on Saturday 27 October at 1:00pm to learn Photoshop. A professional instructor will teach the class, and computers will be provided. You are encouraged to bring your own photos saved to a USB drive (photo files should be saved as jpeg, gif, tiff, or png). Teens and adults are invited to this basic-level course. Due to limited class size, registration is required. (Note: Adobe software programs including Photoshop are available to use on library computers, daily, during open hours.)
Note: Please arrive on time, as your seat may be given to another person if you arrive later than 10 minutes after the class start time.
Students in 6th through 8th grade learn the fundamentals of circuit design and programming on an Arduino micro controller. By the end of this course, students will understand concepts in electronics such as current, voltage, resistance, and Ohm's Law, as well as how to build circuits with LEDs and push buttons. This course is mainly intended for students who have little to no experience with computer programming or electronics.
The course will consist of three sessions of two hours each on Saturdays: October 13,20 and 27. As each class builds upon the previous one, please register only if you can attend all of the sessions. If possible, please bring your own laptops.
FREE, as always. In our Computer Training Center.