Want a lesson in using an e-reader?

Midway Public Library offers e-reader and iPad advice and tips.

The Midway Library hosted an e-reader and iPad workshop to help patrons learn how to borrow e-books from the library. It was a well-attended workshop that was offered on two different dates in January.

If you are interested in learning how to do this, drop in at the library and we can show you how! If you need help with your laptop, tablet or iPad, call us and we can book a time to help you. Watch for upcoming news about Stampin’ Up card-making classes, we’re working out the details for a monthly class. These cards are beautifully hand-crafted by you, but are simple and easy to make with the help of our local Stampin’ Up demonstrator! If you would like to attend, please call or email the library to let us know, preregistration will be required to ensure supply amounts.

We’re interested in what you have to say about the library. We are in the process of creating an online survey and will be sharing it with you as soon as it is finalized. This is a way for me, the director, and the board members to find out how we can continue to serve our community and in what ways. We welcome your feedback at any time though so please feel free to drop in or email your thoughts!

If you haven’t already opted in for our e-newsletter, you can email midwaypubliclibrary@gmail.com and ask to be added to the list. It’s a great way to find out what’s happening, what new titles we have and what books we’re reading here at the library.

 

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