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Library program highlights, free tech help at Greenwood Library

April 19th, 2013 · Comments

Seattle Public Library is highlighting several of its programs each month, in an effort to reach more constituents. Here are their most recent suggestions:

Want your kids to play children’s games on the catalog computers?

Did you know your children can watch kid-friendly videos and read companion books?

Your children will enjoy these animated interactive books.

The library’s Dial-a-Story program provides a new short story narrated by children’s librarians each month in English, Spanish, or Chinese.

Also, you can come to the Greenwood Library, 8016 Greenwood Ave. N., for personalized tech help, including one-on-one guidance on computer basics, internet basics, email, Microsoft Word, eBooks, and more, from 1-4 p.m. next Wednesday, April 24, and every Wednesday in May. Call the Greenwood Library at 206-684-4086 to sign up for a one-hour session. Laptop and sample devices provided (or you can bring your own).

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