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Gmail Class
10:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Main Library
Audience: Adults, Seniors
The class will focus on the basics of email: creating an account, choosing an email address, sending and receiving messages and staying safe online. We’ll learn how to attach files, search the inbox and organize messages.
The Storybook Waters of Illustrator Jamie Hogan
10:00am - 7:00pm
Location: Main Library, Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library
Audience: Adults, Kids & Families
The exhibit, "The Storybook Waters of Illustrator Jamie Hogan" in the Sam L. Cohen Children's Library, will celebrate the lush pastel and colored pencil illustrations of the water and waterfront by this Peaks Island artist.
Our Places, Our Times : Portland Through the Decades, 1930s – 2000s
10:00am - 7:00pm
Location: Main Library
Audience: Adults
Our Places, Our Times : Portland Through the Decades, 1930s – 2000s
Toddler Story Time at Burbank
10:15am - 11:00am
Location: Burbank Branch
Audience: Kids & Families
Our friend Phyllis will lead us in song and dance. We'll hear a short story or two, roll the ball & "ring around the rosie." Come see what your toddler can do!
One-on-One Computer Tutoring
10:30am - 11:30am
Location: Main Library
Audience: Adults, Seniors
Whether you'd like help mastering the job search, downloading ebooks, or refreshing your basic computer skills, our half-hour tutoring sessions might be the place to turn. You name the topic, and we'll work together on one of PPL's laptops.
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