Thursday, August 30, 2012
The 2012-2013 annual Children’s Brochure and the Fall Programs and Events insert is now available for pickup at all locations. You may also view it online by clicking on the “For Children” link on the Library website – www.nflibrary.ca. We offer a series of age appropriate reading activity programs for parent and child starting from 4 months through 6 years. Registration for all children’s programs including the popular Saturday seasonal craft programs is open – in person, online or by telephone.
The fall 2012 schedule for adult computer classes is posted and we are now accepting reservations. Classes will begin on September 17th and are repeated through the end of November. There are a total of 7 different sessions to choose from, based on Windows 7 & Office 2010 including Basic Computers, Word Processing, Email, Internet, Computers Level 2 , Word Processing Level 2 and Excel. These classes are geared for beginners and Basic Computers must be taken before signing up for others. Class size is limited to a maximum of 6, and each participant will have their own workstation. The cost of a class is just $10 and payment must be made in advance. Go to any of our branch locations and staff can register you. A calendar view of the class times is available under the Events@ your library link of the website.
Box Office Tuesday @ Chippawa resumes its regular schedule on September 4th at 5:45pm, with the film “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” following a star cast of British pensioners (Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Tom Wilkinson)) who decide retiring in India will be less expensive and perhaps exotic.
We are offering additional library programs for adults this fall and in order to be always stay up to date on what we have going on please take a moment and go to the “Events at your library” link on the library website. The calendar view presents clearly the details of all scheduled Library programming. Although I highlight many in this column, it isn’t always possible to include everything weekly.
It’s Labour Day weekend already. Our summer schedule is over for another year and we shall return to our regular hours of operation September 4th. Check your local branch or the website for accurate schedules. Labour Day, Monday September 3rd is a holiday and all Libraries will be closed. Book returns are available at all locations when the library is closed but our “virtual” services are still available through the library website at all times!
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