Digital Scrapbooking Your Family History
On Monday, May 21 from 7:00- 8:30 pm, the will demonstrate ways to create an heirloom family album from old photos and documents. Participants should bring digital copies of their photos or come to the library’s computer room before class for help in scanning the originals. They should also bring a flash drive to save their completed pages. The drives will also be available for purchase for $8. Participants will take home 8" x 8" copies of their creations as well as a heritage digital scrapbooking kit. Please bring $1 to cover printing costs. Familiarity with MS Publisher is required for the class. To register, call (330) 425-4268 x2.
Join us on Wednesday, May 23 7:00-8:30pm for this investment workshop. Bill Bullington of Bullington Capital Management, LLC will cover two simple methods of estimating the fair market value of a company. His goal is to get attendees to the point that they can research a stock and evaluate its investment potential using tools available on the internet such as our database, MorningStar. He will advertise this workshop on his radio show 1420 AM WHK. Registration begins April 23
Raised Garden Bedding By Home Depot
On Thursday, May 31 identify the basic steps involved in eco-gardening. Build a raised gardening bed. Learn how to plant annuals and perennials and more! Ages Teen to Adult
Summer Music Series
Help us kick off Music in the Garden summer music series with Harpist Lee Ann Anderson on Monday, June 4th, at 7 pm. Enjoy the TPL reading garden while listening to a selection popular and classical favorites on the harp. In case of rain, concert will be indoors. Register online or call 330-425-4268, x 2.
Free Computer Coach at TPL
Sign up from a half-hour to an hour session with library staffers who will help you get started with the wide world of computers! Call: 330-425-42568x4 to make an appointment.
Introducing Universal Class!
Learn something new today! Take over 500 online non-college credit Continuing Education courses ranging from Accounting and bookkeeping to entrepreneurship, computer and technology Science, GED training to History, and much more! Use your library card to register, and you can enroll in any of the courses led by real instructors! Visit: www.twinsburglibarary.org and scroll down to view the advertisement to enroll.