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TechKnow Tuesdays, fall 2011

by Katherine - 0 Comment(s)

If you’re downtown on Tuesdays over the noon hour, then drop in for TechKnow Tuesdays, our brief introductions to a variety of databases and social media tools. No need to register – just pop in – and bring your lunch, if you like. Here’s the schedule for our upcoming sessions:

11-Oct

Art Databases and Websites

18-Oct

Cool Internet Tools for Genealogists

25-Oct

Introduction to ESL Online Resources

1-Nov

Career and Job Searching Online

8-Nov

Introduction to E-Books

15-Nov

Introduction to ESL Online Resources

22-Nov

Good Reads and Social Media

29-Nov

Movies and Film Online

6-Dec

Introduction to Facebook

13-Dec

Introduction to Twitter

20-Dec

Citizenship Test Resources Online

What's Druh been up to?

by Katherine - 0 Comment(s)

Today's post was written by one of my favourite former co-workers. Here it is:

One of the many promises I constantly make to myself is to be more active in my community and this includes being more aware of what my elected representatives are doing for neighborhood I live and work in. Sadly, like most of my intentions, I have not followed through as much as I'd like. Like many Calgarians I keep finding myself in a voting booth, stubby little pencil in hand, wishing the choice I was about to make was more informed.

This Thursday night, at the Louise Riley Library Program Centre, citizens of Ward 7 have a wonderful opportunity to find out what Alderman (or, if you like, Councilor) Druh Farrell has been doing on their behalf over the past year, with a question period to follow. What a great way to connect with City Hall! We all hear that politicians need to listen to the people, but don't the people themselves have a responsibility to know what's going on?

One Year Later: Civic Update

Thursday, Oct 06 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Louise Riley Program Center (Just North of the Louise Riley Library)

You can register in person at any library branch, on-line at calgarypubliclibrary.com or by calling 403-260-2620

Do you live in the North East?

by Christine P - 0 Comment(s)

Saddletowne Library

Do you live in Castleridge, Falconridge, Saddle Ridge, Martindale, Taradale, Coral Springs, Temple, Whitehorn or Monteray Park?

If so, we are looking for YOU to come volunteer at the brand new Saddletowne Library, opening soon!

Saddletowne Library is located at 7555 Falconridge Blvd NE. Once the library is open there will be a variety of volunteer positions to be filled. Feel free to fill out a volunteer application today on our website, or pick one up at any branch; be sure to list 'Saddletowne' as your Library location of choice.

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