Join the library and the Grace Hill Women's Business Center for Networking 101! Attendees will learn how to eliminate negative self-talk and increase confidence to build relationships. You will learn about your personal brand, how to network and the importance of gaining a sponsor versus a mentor. You will also learn to create an introduction pitch as a greeting. Adults.
Events & Classes
Learn basic features of iPads and iPhones, use the touchscreen, connect to Wi-Fi, use apps and the App Store. Devices will not be provided. Registration required.
Come play chess every Saturday. Don't know how to play? We will teach you! Open to all ages.
Embroidering with friends is enjoyable. Bring in your embroidery project to work on and share your interest in embroidery. All levels are welcome.
Adults. Registration requested. Meeting Room 2
Learn the benefits of upcycling by creating zen gardens, photo holders and paper gift bags.
This acclaimed new play by Eric Ulloa with live music and singing weaves interview excerpts from Newtown residents as they recount the ripples that were made in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and the resulting push forward towards healing in their community. A co-production of That Uppity Theatre Company and the University of Central Oklahoma, it will also include a post-show conversation. Suitable for ages 12+ due to subject matter.
Explore the basics of using the virtual keyboard and Internet browser. Devices will not be provided. Registration required.
Practice digital photo editing skills; resize, rotate, crop and more, using a free online application. Registration required.
Join us for a walk down music's memory lane with a performance by guitarists Steve Galati and Jim Ford. This rocking-good acoustic set will include well-known numbers from the 1920s to today. A 20th Birthday event.
All ages. Registration required. Room 1.
Join us for a little exercise in disguise. Line dancing is performed to soul, hip hop and pop music. It's low impact and tons of fun. No experience necessary. Adults.