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Whats On : May 2011
10 other unearthly creatures? Do you crave a good scare? Join us for a night of terrifying tales and unlucky dips. Costumes are encouraged. bring your favourite horror book and be prepared to share a few pages. Personal safety seminar being safe* – Wednesday 18 may 1-3.30pm. Please see page 24 for more information. iSkills computer classes creating memories: an introduction to digital scrapbooking* – Tuesday 24 may 10.30-12 noon. Participants should have a basic knowledge of microsoft Word and bring a usb memory stick and photos saved to memory card, stick or CD. introduction to computers* – Tuesdays 3 or 17 may 10.30am-12 noon. introduction to the internet* – Wednesdays 4 or 18 may 10.30am-12 noon. e-readers made simple* – Wednesday 11 may 10.30 -11.30am. are you thinking of buying an iPad, kindle or kobo? Then come along to this hands- on session to familiarise yourself with e-readers. downloadable books* – Wednesday 25 may 10.30 -11.30am. The library offers e-books and audio books for your mP3, phone or e-reader. find out how you can borrow from our virtual collection. genealogy online* – sunday 15 may 1-2 .30pm. Presented by the Queensland family history society. Participants should have basic mouse and computer skills, and bring any family history research paperwork. talk reducing your risk of bowel cancer* – monday 30 may 10.30am. This session will look at the early warning signs of bowel cancer. This is a ladypause seminar for WWimY. for bookings please contact oWn Qld on (07) 3358 2301. displays illustrating Fashion – Wall space and cabinets, level two. original watercolour fashion illustrations from the 1920s and the fashion illustrations of today. Faces of albert Park – Wall space, City Zoo, level one. View the emerging and evolving creative talents of the students at the albert Park flexible learning Centre (aPflC). This exhibition features self-portraits on canvas.