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We will cover the basics of using Apple software and hardware. Some experience with computers is necessary. This class will be using OS X Mavericks.

Lap-sit storytime introducing books, songs, and fingerplays. Ages 6-18 months. 20 minutes.

Babies 0-24 months are invited to enjoy books, music, movement & activity with their parent or caregiver. Develop budding early skills & social development in this energetic lapsit storytime. For ages 024 months. No registration required.

The daytime book discussion group at Beaumont meets two Tuesday mornings a month during the months September through May. Titles selected for reading include nonfiction as well as fiction, and are frequently supplied by the library. The reading schedule is subject to change due to holidays, inclement weather and availability of titles. For more information, please contact the branch at 859-231-5570.

For ages 5 and under, this program will contain books, music, games, crafts, and fun activities for our library's youngest patrons.

An interactive lap-sit program designed to stimulate and encourage pre-reading skills. Age 3-12 mos

Babies 0-24 months are invited to enjoy books, music, movement & activity with their parent or caregiver. Develop budding early skills & social development in this energetic lapsit storytime. For ages 0-24 months. No registration required.

Homework help is available to all children in grades K-12. Please come in and sign up before 7:30pm each day, to ensure that you will receive help.

Read fun and interesting teen titles and complete crafts and other activities. This program is for teens in grades 6-12.

English as a Second Language class.

Learn the basics of indoor and outdoor digital photography. Feel free to bring your own digital camera, or use your smartphone camera.

Watch if you dare! Talk about it if you can find the words! Join us for a free viewing followed by lively discussion of selected classic horror films. Light snacks provided. For the current film title, please contact Tates Creek Branch Library. 859-231-5500.

Learners will discover the basics of word processing, including creating, formatting, and printing a simple document. Prerequisite: PC Basics. Students should be comfortable with the mouse and keyboard.

Banned Books on Film: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Learners will discover how to sign up for an account, send messages, add attachments, and manage their inbox. Prerequisite: Internet Basics or previous Internet experience. Must have a working cell phone number to create an account.

3 levels of Spanish classes for seniors. Contact Richard Dwyer at richarddwyer99@yahoo.com

A storytime for toddlers! Clapping, singing, and enjoying good stories and books! A simple story-related craft or activity is included.

Experience fun with songs, finger plays, and books! This storytime lasts approximately 15 minutes, making it great for wigglers!

Come enjoy this high-energy program for twos & threes. Through interactive stories, music, movement & crafts, we'll promote early literacy skills & make new friends. For ages 2-3 with a parent or caregiver. No registration required.

Stories, songs, and activities that encourage math, science, and literacy skills.

Improve your computer skills with other seniors. Each month has a different tutorial with time for questions.

This workshop is designed for an audience that is new to computing. Learners will discover how to access the desktop, how to save, create, and move files and folders; and how to pin important stuff to the Start screen. Prerequisite: Students should be able to use the mouse and keyboard.

Homework help is available to all children in grades K-12. Please come in and sign up before 7:30pm each day, to ensure that you will receive help.

Learners will discover how to effectively navigate in Windows 8. Participants tour the Start screen and experiment with touch gestures, live tiles, and charms. This workshop also shows how to work efficiently with snap and keyboard shortcuts. Prerequisite: PC Basics.

This workshop introduces the cloud storage and highlights Microsoft SkyDrive as well as introducing students to other free storage websites. Learners will discover how online storage can work for them and how to access their stored files from anywhere they have an internet connection. Prerequisite: Internet Basics or previous Internet experience. Must have a working cell phone number to create an account.

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