Seniors (55 +)

Computer Tutoring

February 20th, 2014, 10:00am to 11:30am
Work on the computer skills you need to develop with an instructor present to answer questions as needed. Practice using the mouse or typing; search the internet; set-up or use email or Facebook; work on projects using Microsoft Office 2010 products.
Sessions are drop-in, on a first-come first seated basis. Seating is limited, and participants are encouraged to attend only once a week in order to allow time for others.
Participants are welcome and encouraged to bring a laptop from home, in order to practice on their own computer.

Computer Tutoring

February 25th, 2014, 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Work on the computer skills you need to develop with an instructor present to answer questions as needed. Practice using the mouse or typing; search the internet; set-up or use email or Facebook; work on projects using Microsoft Office 2010 products.
Sessions are drop-in, on a first-come first seated basis. Seating is limited, and participants are encouraged to attend only once a week in order to allow time for others.
Participants are welcome and encouraged to bring a laptop from home, in order to practice on their own computer.

Computer Tutoring

February 27th, 2014, 10:00am to 11:30am
Work on the computer skills you need to develop with an instructor present to answer questions as needed. Practice using the mouse or typing; search the internet; set-up or use email or Facebook; work on projects using Microsoft Office 2010 products.
Sessions are drop-in, on a first-come first seated basis. Seating is limited, and participants are encouraged to attend only once a week in order to allow time for others.
Participants are welcome and encouraged to bring a laptop from home, in order to practice on their own computer.

Computer Tutoring

February 18th, 2014, 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Work on the computer skills you need to develop with an instructor present to answer questions as needed. Practice using the mouse or typing; search the internet; set-up or use email or Facebook; work on projects using Microsoft Office 2010 products.
Sessions are drop-in, on a first-come first seated basis. Seating is limited, and participants are encouraged to attend only once a week in order to allow time for others.
Participants are welcome and encouraged to bring a laptop from home, in order to practice on their own computer.

Computer Tutoring

February 19th, 2014, 10:00am to 11:30am
Work on the computer skills you need to develop with an instructor present to answer questions as needed. Practice using the mouse or typing; search the internet; set-up or use email or Facebook; work on projects using Microsoft Office 2010 products.
Sessions are drop-in, on a first-come first seated basis. Seating is limited, and participants are encouraged to attend only once a week in order to allow time for others.
Participants are welcome and encouraged to bring a laptop from home, in order to practice on their own computer.

Healthy Dining on a Dime

February 26th, 2014, 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Food is every household's second largest expense, next to housing, with costs expected to escalate almost 10% in 2014. In this popular fast-paced program based on green kitchen economist Laura Bruzas’ book 100 Simple Ways to Eat Well for Less, audience members learn dozens of eco-friendly, health-supportive practical tips and insider secrets to save money big time whether eating in, dining out or entertaining. No coupons required! Books will be available for purchase after the presentation.

The Limitations

April 12th, 2014, 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Join this trio of experienced and knowledgeable musicians for an enjoyable afternoon of classic rockabilly hits, mainly from Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Stray Cats, Carl Perkins, and more from a memorable era in music. The band’s emphasis is on the great era of popular American music prior to the British Invasion, with a focus on Sun Records, which had major impact on American music and culture. The approach to the music is how the earliest of this music was played, sparsely, no drums, at speeds and volumes that allowed the purity of the musicianship to come fully through.

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