Overwhelmed by your inbox? Learn to make your Gmail more suited to your needs. Taught by Pam Doran, who teaches technology and used to work at Garrison Library. Labs are free to all ages. Register by email [email protected]. Credit Columbia County Libraries Association columbiacountylibraries.org
Make sure your phone isn’t using any unnecessary storage and free up some space for the important things. Taught by Pam Doran, who teaches technology and used to work at Garrison Library. Labs are free to all ages. Register by email [email protected]. Credit: Columbia County Libraries Association columbiacountylibraries.org
Columbia County was an important and vibrant community in the first half of the 19th century. Temperance, reform movements and Underground Railroad activity were part of the antebellum period. Numerous freedom seekers made their way to the region, some to settle, some to find respite before moving on, knowing that ... Read more
Learn how to store, synchronize, and share files, and create and edit documents. Labs are free to all ages. Register [email protected] This program is presented by the Columbia County Libraries Association.
Are you interested in your family history beyond dates, delving into historical documents to discover relationships and who your relatives were? In this Zoom meeting, Join Holly MacCammon as she provides an overview of the basics of genealogical research. Genealogy Basics will be a two-part program. The first session is ... Read more
This is a virtual event via Zoom. Registration is required. For the Roosevelts, Christmas time was truly the most wonderful time of the year. This session presents the customs and traditions followed by the Roosevelt family as they celebrated Christmas, one of their favorite holidays of the year. Interactive discussion ... Read more
President Van Buren (1782-1862) is a member of the second generation of American politicians, who inherited the challenges of interpreting the U.S. Constitution during the antebellum period. He was an American lawyer and statesman who served as the eighth president of the United States from 1837 to 1841. Program presented ... Read more
Join us for our next live informational webinar on Tuesday, August 30th at 6:00pm. This FREE session is geared for the person wishing to purchase a home in 2 or more years. This webinar is the latest installment of the Habitat Helping Hands Homeowner Education Series. We will discuss: Renting ... Read more
Growing your own food from seed is rewarding. Learning how to save seeds, remarkable and generous organisms, for planting another season takes gardening to a new realm. Learn which fruits and veggies are best for seed saving and how to reserve a portion of your crop to let it grow ... Read more
On Monday, May 16, at 6 p.m., the Columbia County Libraries Association, in partnership with the Columbia County chapter of Citizens' Climate Lobby, is offering an informational program on the proposed implementation of the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act of 2019. This presentation will feature an expert on the ... Read more
Ann Marie Mink has generously offered to continue the Chair Zumba sessions in celebration of her 10th anniversary as a Zumba instructor and to give back to the community. Dates: Wednesday, April 27, May 4, 11 and 18, 9:30-10:00am Zumba Gold Chair is designed for people with limited mobility, balance ... Read more
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