Your public library offers materials, services, and programs designed to meet a variety of needs throughout adult life. Whether you are just entering the "real world", coming back to the Library as a new parent, re-entering the workforce, or ready to retire and enjoy the future, the Library has something for you!
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Adult Programs & Events
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. This group meets after Storytime and your children are welcome!
Practice your English speaking and listening skills in a relaxed group environment. No lectures, just conversation!
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 August we will discuss White Rose Black Forest by Eoin Dempsey. New members welcome!
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. Limited to 10 attendees at a time. No registration necessary. TUESDAYS-THURSDAYS FROM 1:00 3:00 P.M.
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.
One-on-one computer help with a technology tutor for a 1-hour session (2PM-3PM) on Wednesday afternoons. Topics covered include but are not limited to Microsoft Office, Internet, email, resumes, and online employment applications- By appointment only.
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Chantez Neymoss, Adult Services Coordinator
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