The Huntington Library will hold two Computer Basics classes this March for those who wish to brush up on their computer skills. Tuesday, March 1st at 1pm will be a Computer Basics 101 class, geared towards teaching computer skills such as the various parts, mouse control, navigation, and saving files. Wednesday, March 16th at 5:30pm will feature a Microsoft Word 101 class, where you can learn the basics needed to type, edit, and format a document using Microsoft Word. Registration is encouraged, so to sign up or learn more call 260-356-0824 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrate Indiana’s 200th birthday by participating in the Friends of the Library’s Bicentennial Reading Challenge! Children (and dedicated adults!) are encouraged to read 200 books and adults to read 200 hours between February and December 10th. For every 10 books or hours completed, participants can enter for a monthly prize drawing. Extra entries can be earned by reading books about Indiana or written by Hoosier authors. At the end of the program, a grand prize winner will be drawn from all entries. The reading program kicks off February 10th, so stop by the Huntington or Markle libraries to pick up your reading log and register!