Online Classes for Adults
We’ve recorded some of our most popular library classes and guest programs so you can learn from home, anytime.
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Stay Tech Savvy
- Online Privacy Basics
- Smarter Online Shopping
- Cutting the Cord
- Cloud Storage 101
- iPhone and iPad Basics
With so many people shopping and living life online, learn how to stay safe in a digital world.
With so many people shopping and living life online, we discuss tips and tricks for smart shopping.
Tired of paying for expensive cable packages? We’ll navigate equipment options and explore streaming services, including what the library has to offer!
Running out of space on your hard drive or device? Want a backup that you can’t accidentally misplace? Move your files to cloud storage! We’ll cover the basics, including what cloud storage is and how to keep it safe.
Get familiar with navigating your Apple devices and learn how to use the various applications that come with them.
Crafts & DIY
Enhance your next at-home spa day with sumptuous body butter and lip balm! We'll show you how to make your own lip balm or you can use these instructions to whip up some body butter.
Simple chocolate truffles make a perfect gift - or a lovely treat for yourself! We'll show you how to make this quick and easy recipe.
Bring the beauty of autumn into your kitchen! We'll show you how to make leaf-printed towels in this simple nature-based craft.
Save your leftovers in a sustainable way! We'll show you how to make a simple, reusable beeswax wrap.
Library Programs and Talks
Go beyond the headlines and be sure you’re getting accurate facts about the election, the pandemic, and more. Skip the bias, lose the hype, and quiet the noise. Get pro tools and tactics from David Wallace, former business/tech reporter for The New York Times and Reuters, and journalism lecturer at Boston University.
Peter Del Tredici of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University reveals the wild, cosmopolitan ecosystem that exists all around us. This book talk celebrates the second edition publication of Del Tredici’s book, Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast: A Field Guide (Cornell Univ. Press).