Computer Class – Cloud Computing

Our Saturday morning computer classes are free and open to everyone. Classes are held in our computer lab. Registration is preferred.

Saturday, March 25, 10:00 a.m.

Have you heard of the Cloud, but you’re not quite sure what that means or where to go to access it? During this class we’ll look at some common cloud applications and learn how easy and convenient cloud computing can be. cloudcomputing

Computer Scam Protection Seminar

Thursday, February 16, 1:00 p.m.

Darrell Fortae, owner of Everlast Software, will be here to give a presentation on how to computerscamprotect yourself online. There are many hackers and scammers out there.  They are getting more clever every day. There is a lot of money in scamming people, which is why it is so common on the Internet. Identity theft can be one of the worst results from a scam!  Come join our Computer Scam Protection Seminar to learn how to protect yourself.  We will cover computer, email, web site, and phone scams.  Don’t allow yourself to become a victim.

Computer Class – Formatting a Resume

Our Saturday morning computer classes are free and open to everyone. Classes are held in our computer lab. Registration is preferred.

Saturday, January 28, 10:00 a.m.

This class will focus on using templates from Microsoft Word to create a professional looking resume. Bring your existing resume or start from scratch.


“Throw Out the Water” Book Talk

Author Kevin Corley will be here Tuesday, January 31 at 6:00 p.m.57f2768c89ac9-image

Throw out the Water is a sequel to Corley’s first novel Sixteen Tons which was published in 2014. While these books are fictional, they are rooted in history, taking place during the bloody Christian County Coal Mine War that took place in Illinois from 1933 to 1937. This book is also about family, love and community as the characters deal with Chautauqua’s and outhouses as well as their first telephones and automobile rides. Join the author as he presents on this fascinating look into Illinois history.


Game Night

Thanks to a generous donation from Gary Bahlow, the library has started a collection of board games. We are itching to teach you how to play these amazing games so we’ll be having monthly game nights at the library! Join us on the first Wednesday of every month from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Due to age limits on these games, our Wednesday evening game nights will be ages 10 and up. Some of the games we will be playing include: Catan, Ticket to Ride, Splendor, Pandemic, Tiny Epic Galaxies, and more.


Game Night

Strategy Game Night

Wednesday, November 9, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

In conjunction with International Games Day, we will be playing strategy board games at the library! Some games we’ll have to play are Settler’s of Catan, Splendor, Tsuro, and/or Ticket to Ride. Anyone aged 10 and up is welcome to join us for an evening of honing your strategy, meeting people, and having fun!