Do you know anyone who has never used a computer and thinks it's too late to learn? The Adams Memorial Library is happy to announce that we will be holding Internet Basics classes Tuesdays from October 23th through November 13th from 5-7pm. These classes will guide anyone who has never really gone online before through how to use a browser, such as Internet Explorer, how to search for answers using search engines like Google or on websites like Amazon, and through the basics of e-mail, both creating an account and using one. If you know anyone who would be interested, have them call the library at 401-727-7440 and ask for Diana, or have them stop by. We will be accepting registrations through October 22nd.
On Tuesday September 25, the library will be hosting a Community Forum to make people aware of the benefits of the Digital Literacy classes we will be hosting in October and November. This is an opportunity for members of the community to ask any questions they may have about getting involved, as well as hear what the library and Broadband RI have to offer. It will be held at 5:30 in the auditorium at the library. Please register here or call the library at 401-727-7440.
The Adams Memorial Library is happy to announce the 2012 summer reading program! Come in soon to sign up for the summer reading program and receive a wallet card enabling you to visit free or at discount many great Rhody sites!
If you finish the program at Central Falls you might be able to win tickets to a PAWSOX game, and one lucky family will be entered to win a grand prize trip for four to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida!
TEENS, CREATE A COMIC 2:00 p.m. Thursday, August 2
We have scheduled a workshop with Eric Fulford. He will teach you all the necessary tips and tricks to successfully making your very own comic. The workshop is limited to 20 participants so sign up today! Email registration to email@example.com or come in and see Diana or one of our great volunteers today!
KIDS, COME TO A MAGIC SHOW! 1:00 p.m. Thursday, August 9
Come watch Mat Franco as he performs dazzling magic while showing how reading helped him follow his dream of being a professional magician. Parents, please register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at the library.
The Central Falls Summer Arts Initiative, working with the New Millenium Arts Factory, will be bringing free summer arts classes to Central Falls' Adams Memorial Library. Each Saturday (11AM - 1PM), starting July 14 and running through August 25, artists from around Rhode Island will provide basic to intermediate arts instruction to children aged 7-17 at the Central Falls library.