September 1, 2016

Redmond Library Adult Events, September 2016

From the Redmond Library

 Adult Events at the Library during September 


Spanish/English Conversational Group: Bring your lunch and practice your language skills with this fun, casual group. Tuesdays, 12—1 p.m.

Library Book Club: Discuss The Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline. Thursday, Sept. 8, 12—1 p.m.

Grow Your Business through Social Media: SCORE mentor Ed Weiser teaches the key concepts and tools of Social Media marketing. Space is limited, registration requested. Thursday, September 8, 6—7:30 p.m.

Know China: The Land of the Gold Mountain:  Bob Boyd shares the lives of Chinese immigrants during the gold rush through images, artifacts and stories. Friday, Sept. 9, 12—1 p.m.

Musician Dorian Michael:  Enjoy the musical stylings of guitar aficionado Dorian Michael. Tuesday, Sept. 13, 6—7 p.m.

Introduction to Finding Grants:  10 tips for nonprofits seeking grants, plus an introduction to Foundation Directory Online. Space is limited, registration requested. Tuesday, September 20, 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Musician Miguel de Alonso:  Latin-jazz flavored world music characterized by rumba flamenco rhythms and powerful guitar strumming. Tuesday, Sept. 20, 6—7 p.m.

Genealogy for Beginners: Learn the basics of genealogy and find out what resources the library has to help you in your quest. Saturday, September 24, 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Computer Classes

Open Computer Lab: Practice or get help with tech questions. Tuesdays, 1:30—3 p.m.

Computers for Beginners:  For those with little or no experience. Registration required. Friday, September 9, 2—3:30 p.m.

Windows 10:  Learn the ins-and- outs of Windows 10. Registration required. Friday, September 16, 2—3:30 p.m.

Facebook: Learn the basics. Registration required. Friday, September 23, 2—3:30 p.m.

Art Exhibits

Undercover Quilters:  Quilts inspired by Kaya McLaren’s novel On the Divinity of Second Chances. Through September

Display Case:  Jewelry made from Central Oregon rocks by Don Ross. Through September

Silent Reading Room Exhibit:  Chalk art by Leslie Keller and photography by Webster Lily. Through September

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