ADULT PROGRAMS STATESBORO LIBRARY
NOVEMBER 2016 - ADULT PROGRAMS @ the Statesboro Bulloch County Public Library, 124 S. Main St.
Computer Class: Getting Started with your Computer
Tuesday, November 1st at 6PM
A step-by-step video tutorial on how to operate your computer using simple common-sense language. Assisted by Library IT Coordinator, Belinda Dickey and students of Georgia Southern University.
Free Read Book Club
Thursday, November 3rd at 6:30PM
Looking for your next great read? Know of any good books that others may be interested in? This is the book club for you! New members are welcome.
Family Christmas Crafts
Saturday, November 5th at 2PM
Get a head start on Christmas décor and do it yourself! We will be making Christmas wreaths and ornaments with step-by-step instruction.
Computer Class: Safety and Maintenance
Monday, November 7th at 11AM & Tuesday, November 8th at 6PM
Step-by-step video instruction on how to keep data safe on any Windows computer. Assisted by Library IT Coordinator, Belinda Dickey and students of Georgia Southern University.
Monday, November 7th at 6PM
Learn how to recognize seizure symptoms and epilepsy first aid! Board certified Neurologist, Dr. Michael Taormina, MD will be on hand to provide information and answer your questions.
Health and Wellness Fair
Wednesday, November 9th 2 – 4 PM
Come and learn about health and wellness services including skin care, nutrition, diabetes education and much more!
Adult Coloring Session: Spirit Animal
Thursday, November 10th at 6PM
Coloring isn’t just for kids! It can also help improve concentration and stress levels. Bring your colored pencils and get ready to have some fun in the Community Room!
How to: Ancestry.com
Monday, November 14th at 2PM
The Library’s Genealogy and Local History Coordinator, Lillian Wingate will review how to use the ancestry.com website in its updated format and will show the difference between the Library version and the paid subscription.
Computer Class: Introduction to the Internet
Monday, November 14th at 11AM & Tuesday, November 15th at 6PM
Step-by-step video introduction on finding useful information and getting stuff done using the internet. Assisted by Library IT Coordinator, Belinda Dickey and students of Georgia Southern University.
Book-to-Movie Book Club: Girl on the Train
Tuesday, November 15th at 6PM
Are you one to read a book and critique the movie that follows? Join a group that shares your passion! We’ll discuss the book and then screen the movie at a later date! Sign up (required) at the Reference Desk.
Game Night: Texas Hold ‘Em
Thursday, November 17th at 6PM
Try your luck! Enjoy a friendly round of Texas Hold ‘Em in the Community Room.
History Talks: How to Conduct an Oral History
Thursday, November 17th at 6PM
Tips and tricks on how to best conduct an oral history for your family research led by the Library’s Genealogy and Local History Coordinator, Lillian Wingate. All ages welcome.
Family Fun Day with Mango Languages: Cherokee
Saturday, November 19th at 2PM
Save an endangered language! Come learn tsalagi (translated to Cherokee language) using Mango. Food and refreshments will be provided!
Computer Class: Popular Software Tools
Monday, November 21st at 11AM & Tuesday, November 22nd at 6PM
Step-by-step video instruction for Microsoft Office applications. Assisted by Library IT Coordinator, Belinda Dickey and students of Georgia Southern University.
Computer Class: Understanding your Operating System
Monday, November 28 @ 11AM & Tuesday, Nov. 29 @ 6PM
Step-by-step video instruction the new features of Windows 10. Assisted by Library IT Coordinator, Belinda Dickey and students of Georgia Southern University.