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Whats On : February 2011
12 Introduction to the Internet* – Wednesday 9 February 11am-12 noon. Searching the Internet (Beginners)* – Wednesday 16 February 11am-12 noon. Social networking: ‘Facebook’ (Beginners)* ̶Wednesday 23 February 11am-12 noon. EVERTON PARK LIBRARY (07) 3403 7400 Children’s events Children’s storytime – Wednesdays 10.30am. Ideal for children aged 2-4 years. Babies, books and rhymes – Thursdays 1-1.30pm. Ideal for children aged up to two years. iSkills computer classes Introduction to the Internet, email and the library catalogue eLibCat classes* – Please call the library to arrange a suitable time. Digital photography workshop – Thursday 17 February 6pm. Bring your own camera and questions for presenter Norm Whyte. Special interest groups Seniors Internet – Thursdays 11am-12 noon. Thursday night book club – Thursday 3 February 6.30pm. Friday afternoon book club – Friday 4 February 1pm. FAIRFIELD LIBRARY (07) 3403 8615 Children’s events Children’s storytime – Fridays 10.30 -11am. Ideal for children aged five years and under. Toddler time – Thursdays 10.30 -11am. Ideal for children aged 1-3 years. Babies, books and rhymes – Wednesdays 11-11 .30am. Ideal for babies aged up to one year. iSkills computer classes Introduction to computers* – Friday 4 February 1-2pm. Introduction to the Internet* – Friday 11 February 1-2pm. Participants should have basic mouse skills. Introduction to email* – Friday 18 February 1-2pm. Participants should have basic mouse and Internet skills. Managing your digital photos using ‘Flickr’ and YouTube* – Friday 25 February 1-2pm. Participants should have basic computer skills and bring a digital camera, camera cable and USB memory stick.