Presented By: Joe Feigl
Participants will learn on laptops how to use Microsoft Word by creating a document, saving, highlighting, copying and pasting, font functions & paragraph functions.
The Library will provide a few laptops and patrons may bring their own.
Registration is required and limited to fifteen participants.
MONGOLIA: BIG CHANGES FROM COMMUNISM TO A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY presented by Luke Snell
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.
Mongolia was under Soviet domination for over 70 years. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Mongolia become independent and started to develop a freely elected government and a free market.
Mongolia still has several challenges but is rapidly moving from a 3rd world country to become one of the fastest growing economies in Asia. This presentation show the rapid development of a country most people know little about.
Appointments Required. Call or come in to schedule. There are 5 time slots per hour.
What to bring:
All tax related documents
Last year’s return
Check book for direct deposit
Property tax bill
Social Security Cards for dependents
Medical insurance information, etc.
Cannot help with:
Schedule C if < or > $15,000; Schedule E w/expenses; Schedule F; Schedule K-1 w/depreciation or deductible expenses; 2106; 3903; 8615; Other rental or business income
Do you like to Knit? Crochet? Embroider? Whatever your passion, gather and socialize with others who share your interest, and perhaps pick-up a few tips and tricks as you work your own creations! Please bring your sewing supplies.
Join other crafters at this weekly gathering to share crafting and conversation. New members are welcome to join at any time!
How to take awesome pictures with any camera!
In this class, local travel and landscape photographer Jennifer Mishra will help you take better photos – regardless of the camera you use or your background in photography. Photography is about composition and light. She will take you behind the scenes of some of her award-winning photos to show some of the basic principles and then help you apply these principles to your own photographs. Bring a couple of your favorite photos (digital or printed) to drive our discussion. Whether you photograph with an iPhone or a DSLR, learn what it takes to capture awesome photos.