“Our family engagement programs are the most rewarding because we see parents and kids creating something and learning together,” said Children's Digital Learning Librarian Anne Bensfield.

Adults, teens, kids, and families: get ready to learn new digital skills this fall at the library! Join us for the workshops below, sign up for a one-on-one appointment, or learn at your own pace.

New tech workshops

All of these workshops are held in the Main Library Computer Classroom. Register now.

Cut the Cable Cord

Wednesday, September 6, 7–8 pm. Learn about different streaming options like Netflix, Hulu, Roku, and Apple TV.

Airbnb and More

Wednesday, September 27, 7–8 pm. Learn how to create an Airbnb account, become a host, and search and reserve home rentals, and get safety tips.

Introduction to Ebooks

Wednesday, November 8, 11 am–12 pm. Learn how to download digital books, audiobooks, magazines, and movies from the library’s collections. 

Introduction to Podcasts

Wednesday, November 29, 7–8 pm. Learn how to subscribe to podcasts for your device and get started with some of our favorites.

Maker series

All of these workshops are held in the Main Library Computer Classroom. Register now.

Create a Paper Bookmark

Tuesday, September 26, 7–8 pm. Create your own paper bookmark using our Silhouette Cameo vinyl cutter. Design your item in Silhouette Studio, and the machine will cut it out for you to take home.

3D Print a Cookie Cutter

Wednesday, November 1, 7–8 pm. Use online tools to create a customized cookie cutter based on your favorite design. Items will be printed and ready to be picked up one week after the class. Basic computer and internet skills are required.

Green Screen Photos

Tuesday, November 28, 7–8 pm. Bring your family and take a holiday photo in front of our green screen. You can choose from a variety of props and backgrounds. We will print a copy of the photo and email you the digital file.