Library2Go Workshop (Ebooks & Audiobooks)

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Monday, September 26th, Noon-2:00pm

Monday, October 17th, Noon-2:00pm

Coos Bay Public Library - Cedar Room (Repeats Monthly)

This free monthly workshop is open to all patrons who need assistance downloading eBooks and/or audiobooks to their personal devices or laptop computers. There will be no lecture or formal class. This is an open lab where you can practice with staff supervision or get help getting started. No registration required! Call 541-269-1101 for more information.

 

An Evening with Janet Fisher

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Meet Oregon Author

JANET FISHER

Thursday, Oct. 6th 7:00 p.m.

 

Fisher is the author of two historical novels, “A Place of Her Own: The Legacy of Oregon Pioneer Martha Poindexter Maupin” and “The Shifting Winds” featuring pioneering women on the Oregon Trail.

 

Oregon Archaeology Celebration 2016

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The Rock History of Oregon

Wednesday, October 12, 6:30pm

Coos Bay Public Library - Myrtlewood Room

Coos Bay's Margaret Stallknecht will be sharing and discussing rocks and gems from her collection, some of which will be available for public viewing via two display cases in the library’s entrance through the month of October. Presentation is FREE! Call (541)269-1101 for more information.

 

 

Introduction to Google Drive

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Friday, October 14, 9:30-11:00am

Learn how to:

  • Create & share documents
  • Save files to “The Cloud”
  • Download files from “The Cloud” to your computer
  • Share documents with others

Attendees should have an active Gmail account, and be comfortable using a computer mouse and the Internet. Seating is limited, so pre-registration is required. Call 541-269-1101 or visit the reference desk to sign up!

 

What is THAT?

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There is a new addition to the library!  If you have stopped by recently, you may notice there is in a new addition to the Reference Desk. Coos Bay Public Library is proud to announce that a generous patron donated a 3D printer to our library.  This amazing device heats plastic to an extremely high degree and then shapes the melted plastic into different and useful shapes. Patrons can use this machine to make simple durable plastic items. If you are intrested in 3D printing, please visit our Reference Desk for more information.

 

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