Do you know someone over 55 who wants to get started using computers but isn't sure how? We will be running a Tech Savvy Seniors Program during September and October at the Muswellbrook Library. The September sessions are completely booked however limited places are available in October. These workshops run over two weeks and include four sessions. Participants are encouraged to attend all four sessions in their group.
Topics covered include Introduction to computers, introduction to the internet, introduction to email and introduction to shopping and banking online. There will also be an optional tablet workshop after the program.
For bookings or more information please call the library on 6543-1913. All computers and training materials are provided. This is a free program funded by the NSW Government, Telstra, State Library NSW and Upper Hunter Regional Library.
An OPEN DAY Celebrating Our Unique Community History!
A display of historic documents, photos and artefacts will be showcase on the day.
Do you have some memorable experience in the community?
Come along and share your stories.
Join us for a Book launch, history talks, trivia session and discussions, and learn some valuable research tips on genealogy.
Morning tea provided after the book launch.
Sausage sizzles available for lunch (Gold coin donation).
For more information contact Heather Meissner on 02 6543 1809 or the Library on
02 6543 1913.
Where: Muswellbrook Shire Local & Family History Society Inc. and Muswellbrook Library
126 Bridge Street, Muswellbrook
When: Saturday, September 3, 2016
Time: 10:00am to 3:00pm
Have you had your say yet? 27 Aberdeen members have already had their say about opening hours of the local Aberdeen Library. Don’t miss out as the survey closes on 31st August.
Have your views count by completing a short survey on line on Upper Hunter Shire Council’s website or picking up a survey from Aberdeen Library.
Residents of Aberdeen and surrounds are invited to participate in a survey to review the current opening hours of the Aberdeen Library.The aim of this survey is to aid the Upper Hunter Shire Council in better aligning library services with resident needs.
Aberdeen Library has over 5,300 resources including books, magazines, DVDs CDs and talking books, as well as free WiFi, computers and digital games. Staff are happy to order books and materials not in the Library through Inter Library Loans, and there is a regular rotation of materials from other libraries to refresh everyone’s interests.
The survey can be completed on line here or people who would rather complete a paper copy, can pick one up from Aberdeen Library, Scone Library or at Council’s Scone Administration Centre. Surveys must be completed and returned prior to the closing date for submissions on 31st August 2016.