Enumclaw Library adult November events

eens and adults, come work on your NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) novel! Bring your own laptop, or check out one of ours. Or use good old-fashioned pen and paper. Snacks provided.

  • Friday, October 24, 2014 6:12pm
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Adults

NaNoWriMo Write-a-Thon

Sunday, November 2, 16 and 30, 1pm

Teens and adults, come work on your NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) novel! Bring your own laptop, or check out one of ours. Or use good old-fashioned pen and paper. Snacks provided.

 

Computer Class: Microsoft Outlook Level 2

Thursday, November 6, 10:30am

Please register.

 

Computer Class: One-on-One Computer Help

Thursday, November 6, 6pm

Do you need extra help on the computer? KCLS volunteer instructor can give you one-on-one assistance. Volunteer speaks Spanish and English!

 

Talk Time

Thursday, November 6, 13 and 20, 7pm

Practice speaking English with other English language learners.

 

Enumclaw Library Book Group

Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline

Wednesday, November 12, 2pm

 

Friends of the Enumclaw Library Meeting

Wednesday, November 12, 7pm

Learn about exciting opportunities to support your library.

 

Enumclaw Library Advisory Board Meeting

Tuesday, November 18, 5:30pm

Join us!

Drop-In to Learn about eBooks

Thursday, November 20, 2pm

 

Come and compare the major devices.

MAKE-2014

EVENTS FOR ALL AGES!

If you can imagine something, you can learn to make it at the library. Follow your curiosity and explore the latest computer technologies. Try your hand at animation and special effects. Create a robotic puppet and learn basic physical engineering. MAKE programs will show you how in supportive, hands-on workshops.

www.kcls.org/make

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