Stop and look over all the June and July events set for the Library as you come in the front entrance and see the display in the lobby.
Have you registered for your summer tech classes that have begun at the Library in Centreville? These same classes will be held at the Kent Island branch in July. These are 30-minute lessons designed for beginners for which registration is required. Each session will focus on fundamental skills that can be applied across current devices and platforms. Each will begin at 9:30 a.m.
For June 14, the question is “Are These the Droids You’re Looking For?” What to consider with buying a new device. On June 21, the topi is “Houston, I Have a Problem.” Using Google to troubleshoot technology. Finally, on June 28, the topic will be “Protecting Your Identity Online.”
Are you looking to learn something else? Ask a staff member about setting up a one-on-one session on a topic of your choosing.
The Centreville Book Club on Tuesday, July 9, at 6 p.m., will discuss “The Gulf,” by Belle Boggs. This is a smart, slightly kooky exploration of art and money, faith and politics. Registration will again be required, and coffee and tea will be available.
Look for the Library’s Google coasters in restaurants all over Queen Anne’s County. This is made possible as a grant project from the American Public Library Association. Ask the restaurant staff for help when you pick one up.
Look over the list of July events at the Library in the bulletin board inside the Library by the Circulation Desk.
Questions may be phoned in Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or Sunday 1 to 4 p.m. Call 410-758-0980 or 410-643-8161.