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E.g., 10/14/2019
E.g., 10/14/2019

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

1-on-1 Support Session: Technology or Job Search Tutors

Drop in at the Information Desk for a 30-minute individual session with a volunteer or staff member to get help with computer basics, Microsoft Office, Internet, email or other topics, or to find h

Technology Tutors: 1-on-1 Support Session

11:00am at Small Meeting Room at West Boulevard

Sign up for a 60-minute individual session with a staff member to get help with computer basics, Microsoft Office, Internet, email or other topics.

English Conversation Club

All are welcome! Each Wednesday from 11:15-12:00. Join this group to practice communicating in English with other adults in a relaxed group environment.

Family Storytime

11:15am at Community Room at South County Regional

Bring your family (ages birth to 5) out to enjoy stories, songs, and movement activities that support early literacy skill development and help foster a love of books and reading in your child.

Preschool Storytime

11:15am at Community Room at Mint Hill

Engage your preschoolers with books, activities, stories and songs that encourage language and pre-reading skill development in order to help them grow into successful readers.

Steam 101: Adult Coloring

12:00pm at Sugar Creek

Join us for coloring fun! Whether you color for relaxation, stress relief or to boost your creativity come and meet other coloring enthusiasts. Coloring pages and materials provided.

English Conversation Club: Global Cafe

12:00pm at Community Room at South County Regional

Practice your English speaking and listening skills in a relaxed group environment. No lectures, just conversation!

Technology Tutoring and Job Prep Resources

1:00pm at Meeting Room at Scaleybark

Need assistance with your resume, job search application, email or with Microsoft Office? Drop by on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays between 1 and 3 P.M. to receive help from a tutor.

The Pocket-Size Book Club

1:00pm at Matthews

The Pocket-Size Book Club is designed for busy adults--we meet every month to discuss books that are no more than 300 pages. In October we will discuss The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle.

Adult Sensory Story Time Program

1:15pm at Dowd Foundation Learning Studio at Main Library

Join us for this story time filled with stories, songs and activities. Designed for adults with autism spectrum disorders, and other developmental disabilities.

STEAM Month: Library Escape Room

1:30pm at Teen Corner at Matthews

Join in the fun of problem-solving and teamwork to figure out the puzzles to break into the lock box and save the day! Theme: Air Pollution- Save Our Planet

Makerspace Open Hours

2:00pm at Makerspace at Morrison Regional

The Makerspace is open to ages 12 and up. A 3D printer, vinyl cutter, and a wood carver are available for use.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013

2:00pm at JHC- Computer Lab A at Main Library

Create, edit and save a basic presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint 2013. This class is for people who have mastered basic computer skills.

Technology/Job Tutor: 1-on-1 Support Session

2:00pm at Reference Computers at Mountain Island

Sign up for a 60-minute session with Library Staff or a Library Volunteer to get help with computer or internet basics, Microsoft Office, email, ebooks, or job help assistance.

Technology Tutor

2:00pm at Mint Hill

Sign up for a 60-minute individual session with a volunteer or staff member to get help with specific computer or e-book questions. Call 704-416-5200, ext. 4 to make an appointment.

Technology Tutoring

One-on-one computer help with a technology tutor for a 1-hour session (2PM-3PM) on Wednesday afternoons.

Now Showing: Frankenweenie

2:00pm at Cornelius Room at Cornelius

Suburban schoolboy Victor resurrects his deceased dog Sparky as part of a science experiment, and he must contend with the unexpected complications of having an undead house pet [Rated PG].

Kitchen Chemistry

Come in to learn how to make an afternoon snack! Teens will explore chemistry as seen in cooking, one of the oldest and most widespread uses of applied chemistry.

Technology/Job Tutor: 1-on-1 Support Session

3:00pm at Reference Computers at Mountain Island

Sign up for a 60-minute session with Library Staff or a Library Volunteer to get help with computer or internet basics, Microsoft Office, email, ebooks, or job help assistance.

STEAM: NASCAR Engineer and Race

3:30pm at Community Room at South County Regional

Using the engineering process, students will move through a series of activities highlighting the process of working in teams.

STEAM 101: Comic Book Creations

3:30pm at Sugar Creek

Expand your understanding of comics and graphic novels, and learn cartooning techniques comic book artists use.

Teen Summit

3:30pm at Community Room B at Beatties Ford Road Regional

Join us for a round-table discussion on and learn more about social issues-e.g., cyber-bullying, dating violence, LGBT issues, etc and how to access resources to help you navigate a changing world.

Sew a Simple Tote

4:00pm at Teen Area at Morrison Regional

Bring your sewing machine and learn the basics while making a simple bag to take home!

Makerspace Open Hours

4:00pm at Messy Makerspace at ImaginOn: The Joe & Joan Martin Center

Messy Makerspace is open to ages 10-18. 3D printing, vinyl cutting, virtual reality, a heat press, and iMacs with various software are available for use.

Loft Teen Trivia

Join us in The Loft for a special version of trivia on pop culture and current events.

Big Bang beTween: Comic Book Club

4:00pm at Mountain Island

If you are between the ages of 8 and 12, grab your friends and join us at Spandex City to enjoy crafting and geek out on everything comics and manga related!

Reading Buddies

4:00pm at Mint Hill

If you are between the ages of 5-11, increase your reading confidence, fluency and comprehension by reading aloud with a library volunteer during a 30-minute 1-on-1 session.*Registration is limited

Reading Buddies

4:30pm at Mint Hill

If you are between the ages of 5-11, increase your reading confidence, fluency and comprehension by reading aloud with a library volunteer during a 30-minute 1-on-1 session.*Registration is limited

Tutoring for Teens

**Math Only**Students in grades 6th-12th or early college program can receive free homework help from volunteers in a 1-on-1 session. Sessions available on a first come, first serve basis.

My First Book Club (Grades 1 & 2)

4:30pm at Cornelius Room at Cornelius

Join us this month as we discuss "Henri's scissors" by Jeanette Winter. New members welcome!