October Events at the Memorial-Nottingham Library.
Free GED classes are held every Tuesday and Thursday, at 10:15 a.m. These classes are free, and are being taught at the library through a partnership with Tri-C. To register for orientation, call the Memorial-Nottingham Library at 216-623-7039.
Classes for Kids
Halloween at Your Library, Wednesday, October 29th, at 3:00pm. This is a special holiday event for children, where kids can have lots of fun making a Halloween mask, and searching for candy in a candy hunt in the library.
Red Cross Pillowcase Project, Wednesday October 29th, at 3:00pm. “Kids in grades 2 through 5 are invited to join representatives from the Red Cross for this fun, interactive session.” You will learn how to prepare for an emergency like a flood or a storm, and “decorate your own personalized pillowcase,” for you and your family to keep emergency supplies nearby to use in an emergency.
Adult Computer Classes
Making Panoramas with Photo Stitching Maker Lab, Thursday, October 30th at 3:00pm. This is a class for photographers to bring in their camera or digital photographs and learn how to “stitch photos together to create high-quality panoramas and other unique projects.” This class is for beginners and experienced photographers. To register for this class call the library at 216.623.2980. Registration starts on Monday, September 22nd .
Saturday Microsoft Classes
Microsoft Excel I 2010, Saturday, October 4th at 11:15 am. Learn how to enter and edit data and perform simple tasks.
Microsoft Excel II 2010, Saturday, October 11th at 11:15pm. Learn how to create calculations in your worksheet.
Microsoft Word III 2010, Saturday, October 18th, at 11:15pm. Learn to format and change the appearance of data and your worksheets; use sorting & filtering and find & replace.
Microsoft Word IV 2010, Saturday, October, 25th at 11:15pm. Learn how to create charts based on your data.
To register for any of these classes call the library at 216.623.2980.
Jeanne Coppola is a resident of the Collinwood neighborhood, and is interested in art and writing. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Cleveland State University, where she was a writer for the multi-cultural student magazine, "The Vindicator."
Jeanne is pleased to be able to write for "The Collinwood Observer," and offer her comments and opinions for this new and exciting community newspaper.