Thursdays, 10:30-11:00 am, September 29 - November 10 (No class October 27) A program of rhymes, stories, and music and movement activities for infants 10-24 months old, accompanied by an adult. Only infants of this age and a parent/caregiver may participate in this program. Other siblings are not eligible to attend the class. In person registration required to attend. Registration is open September 21-27, at the Children's Services Desk. Limit 12 children, with an adult to the class. For more information, please call the Library at…Find out more »
Come explore some of the most helpful apps that Google offers. This class will introduce students to storing and backing up their files in Google Drive, finding their way around and viewing the world in a new way with Google Maps, and keeping their personal and professional life scheduled in Google Calendar. These apps are all free to use and are available for both desktop and mobile devices. This class will introduce you to the desktop version of each app.…Find out more »
This three-session course explores intermediate-level features and tools in Excel that can help you create, process, analyze, and calculate complex business data. Topics include graphics and Smart Art, formatting for presentation and printing, relative cell references, popular formulas, and Pivot tables. Students are expected to attend all three parts of this class. Registration is required and limited to 9 attendees. Register online, at the Reference Desk, or by calling (203) 794-8756 x 4. PLEASE NOTE THAT WHEN REGISTERING FOR ONE PART OF A…Find out more »
Based on participants' interest and feedback, we will cover one or two of a variety of special topics or projects during each class. This month, we will work on: Photos and Camera. We strongly encourage participants to bring your own iPad to class, as we will emphasize a hands-on approach. iPhone users are also invited to participate, as there are many similarities between iPad and iPhone. The class will focus on iOS version 9, but other versions are welcome. Please be…Find out more »
Book talk and Signing with Daphne Clark-Hudson If you are looking to accomplish more in life and career or just tweak your personal goals, then this presentation is right for you. Dr. Daphne Clarke-Hudson is the President and Founder of Marquee Global Coaching and Professional Development. In this program, Dr. Daphne will share her tips for: finding out what's holding you back, developing a game plan, setting achievable goals, and taking action. Registration is required and limited to 30 attendees. Register…Find out more »
All programs sponsored by the Bethel Public Library are open to the public, and meet accessibility requirements for the disabled. Those needing special arrangements should contact the library at least 2 weeks prior to the program to make arrangements.