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How Do I Turn This Darned Thing On.

09/07/2011 2:00 pm
09/07/2011 4:00 pm

How do I turn this Darned Thing On at Carnegie

for adults with limited experience using computers, this class will cover basic components of computers. Use and operation of the mouse, (right click, left click, double click) introduction to saving and retrieving documents.

Classes are free and are offered at various times for your convenience. Each class is only one session. Information obtained is cumulative (what you learn in one session will be used in the next sessions)

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How Do I Turn This Darned Thing On? Computer Class

09/06/2011 6:00 pm
09/06/2011 8:00 pm

How do I turn this Darned Thing On  at Carnegie

for adults with limited experience using computers, this class will cover basic components of computers. Use and operation of the mouse, (right click, left click, double click) introduction to saving and retrieving documents.

 Classes are free and are offered at various times for your convenience.  Each class is only one session.   Information obtained is cumulative (what   you learn in one session will be used in the next sessions)

Carnegie: How to Apply for Federal Employment

10/13/2011 6:30 pm

How to Apply for Federal Employment

 Carl Wells, Human Resources Specialist of the VA Hospital in Ann Arbor, will walk you through the process of applying for government jobs.  This is free and open to all - veterans are especially encouraged to attend.  Mr. Wells provides tips and handouts, and will answer any questions.

This program will be in the McIntyre Room, 2nd floor of Carnegie

For more information, please call Debby Sears at the library 788-4087 est. 234

 

Carnegie: The Underground Railroad in Michigan

10/08/2011 11:00 am

The Underground Railroad in Michigan

Carnegie Library, Saturday, October 8, 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Drawing on the research for her recently published book, The Underground Railroad in Michigan, Carol E. Mull will present a program detailing the history of Underground Railroad activities in the state and this area.  Ms. Mull will take questions and have books available for purchase and signing.

Carnegie: JXN Community Forum: The Evidence for Climate Change

10/20/2011 6:30 pm

Carnegie:  JXN Community Forum:  The Evidence for Climate Change

Laura Thurlow, Assistant Professor of Biology at Jackson Community College, will present a primer on climate change, often referred to as global warming.  Topics will include the causes and evidence of climate change and how the nations of the world are reacting.

This forum is co-sponsored by the Jackson Sierra Club.  Refreshments will be provided. Child care may be available for a modest fee. Call 817-0940 to RSVP for child care.

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