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Whats On : April 2011
iSkills computer classes Introduction to computers* – Thursday 7 April 1.30pm. Managing your digital photographs (Advanced)* – Thursday 21 April 1.30pm. This session will show you how to resize your photos, alter colour and lighting and reduce the red eye effect. Event Music in the library – For the month of April, music conducted by Bach along with other artists will be played between the hours of 10am-12 noon and 2-4pm every day. Special interest groups West End afternoon book club – Thursday 14 April 2pm. West End evening book chat – Thursday 28 April 5-6pm. West End evening book club – Thursday 28 April 6-7pm. WYNNUM LIBRARY (07) 3403 2199 Children's events Children's storytime -- Fridays 10-10.30am. Ideal for children aged 2-4 years. Babies, books and rhymes – Wednesdays 10.30-11am. Ideal for babies aged up to one year. Puppets and stories* -- Wednesday 20 April 10-11am. Please see opposite page for more information. Author talk Meet Pat Noad* – Saturday 16 April 10.30-11.30am. Please see page 28 for more information. iSkills computer classes Mousercise* -- Tuesday 5 April 11am-12 noon or Thursday 7 April 1.30-2.30pm. Introduction to computers* -- Tuesday 12 April 11am-12 noon or Thursday 14 April 1.30-2.30pm. Introduction to the Internet* -- Tuesday 19 April 10.30am-12 noon or Thursday 21 April 1-2.30pm. Participants should have basic mouse skills. Introduction to email* – Thursday 28 April 1.30-2.30pm. Participants should have basic computer and Internet skills. eLibCat Extra* – Please call the library to arrange a suitable time. Genealogy online* -- Thursday 7 April 6-8pm or Friday 15 April 1.30-3pm. An introduction to family history research online. Call Wynnum Library for more information.