Adult

Computer Basics for Seniors

Oct 6
Friday 2:30 pm
Have fun discovering what you can do once you learn the computer basics. This series of informal classes will provide a laptop for you to use during the workshop. We will explore various uses for the computer in this five week workshop. Class size is limited to eight. Please preregister by calling 515-283-4152 press 3 or stop by the library and we will help you preregister online.

Computer Basics for Seniors

Nov 3
Friday 2:30 pm
Have fun discovering what you can do once you learn the computer basics. This series of informal classes will provide a laptop for you to use during the workshop. We will explore various uses for the computer in this five week workshop. Class size is limited to eight. Please preregister by calling 515-283-4152 press 3 or stop by the library and we will help you preregister online.

Computer Basics for Seniors

Aug 4
Friday 2:30 pm
Have fun discovering what you can do once you learn the computer basics. This series of informal classes will provide a laptop for you to use during the workshop. We will explore various uses for the computer in this five week workshop. Class size is limited to eight. Please preregister by calling 515-283-4152 press 3 or stop by the library and we will help you preregister online.

Buxton, Iowa: A Coal Mining Town Ahead of Its Time

Jul 29
Saturday 2:00 pm

Rachelle Chase, author of Lost Buxton, will present “Buxton, Iowa: A Coal Mining Town Ahead of Its Time.” In 1900, at a time when Jim Crow, segregation, and the Ku Klux Klan kept blacks and whites separated, residents in Buxton, Iowa—a thriving coal mining town established by Consolidation Coal Company—lived, worked, and went to school side by side. African Americans—miners, teachers, business owners, doctors, lawyers, and more—made up more than half of the population for the first 10 years and remained the largest ethnic group until 1914.

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