Enumclaw Library adult programs | June

Get started with KCLS eBooks! Bring your eReader, tablet, phone or just your questions.

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Enumclaw Library

1700 1st Street, Enumclaw 98022

360.825.2045

June 2014 Events

Adults

Drop-In to Learn about eBooks

Thursday, June 5, 2pm

Get started with KCLS eBooks! Bring your eReader, tablet, phone or just your

questions.

 

Start to Fitness

Walking

in Balance

Thursday, June 5, 7pm

 

How you take care of your feet can have a huge impact on your health. Join foot expert, Eric Sach, as he shares his

knowledge of easy solutions now to avoid future problems later.

If you want a more active, healthy lifestyle, it’s easy to get started at your library. Throughout 2014, find ideas, inspiration and tips on simple ways to add more movement and healthy options to your life through the new adult series, Start to Fitness.

www.kcls.org/fitness

 

Enumclaw

Library Book Group

Short nights of the Shadow Catcher: the epic life and immortal photographs of Edward Curtis

 

By

Timothy Egan

Wednesday, June 11, 2pm

 

Friends of the Enumclaw Library Meeting

Wednesday, June 11, 7pm

 

Computer

Class: Email Level 3

Thursday, June 12, 10:30am

 

Please register.

 

Enumclaw Library Advisory Board Meeting

Tuesday, June 17, 5:30pm

Talk Time

Tuesdays, 12:30pm

Free conversation class to improve basic English. Meet people from around the world and learn about American culture.

 

 

Computer Class: One-On-One Assistance

Wednesdays, 1pm

Do you need extra help on the computer?

KCLS instructor can give you one-on-one assistance.

Appointments can be made the day of by calling the library, 360.825.2045.

 

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