Do you know someone that wishes they knew more about computers? Send them our way - Seymour Library is starting a series of introductory computer classes for older adults.
“Connections: Technology Classes for Older Adults,” will be offered on a regular basis over the next year here and in settings such as senior living centers. Classes will provide the basics of computer use in a small group setting, with lots of time for individual attention and practice. The classes meet once a week for three weeks, with help sessions between classes.
The first series of classes will meet 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays, Sept. 16, 23 and 30. Class size is limited to six. Participants will learn how to use the internet, e-mail, Facebook and Twitter and get acquainted with digital photos, e-books and digital magazines. Registration is required. Call the library at 252-2571 or stop at the Main Desk to sign up.
Is your organization interested in hosting a class? Give us a call.
The “Connections” project is funded in part by an outreach grant from the Finger Lakes Library System.