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In this series, join our staff member Logan as he explains the basics of photography. Week 1 (May 14) will cover camera and lens basics and post processing; Week 2 (May 21) will cover compositional theory and lighting and contrast. Please bring your own camera if you have one; all camera types are welcome.
New to Excel? Learn the difference between cells, rows and columns, as well as basic formulas and functions and formatting techniques. Some computer experience highly preferred.
Create your own wall art! For this craft, we will be using nail polish to make marbled designs on watercolor paper. All supplies provided.
Learn the very basics of Microsoft Word – text formatting, saving documents, adding pictures and WordArt, and so forth. Some computer experience highly preferred.
Paint along with a classic episode of the Joy of Painting! All supplies provided.
Learn the very basics of computer operation: what a computer is, how to turn it on and off, basic navigation, and how to operate the mouse and keyboard. Class will include practice. No previous computer experience required.
Now that you know the basics of computers, we will take a deeper look into the inner workings of the computer. Topics covered include files, folders, uploading and downloading, and finding things on the computer. Some previous computer experience required.
We will be using fabric paint to create colorful window clings. All supplies provided.
Join us at the Eaton Library for some gardening fun! We will have the president of Eaton’s Alpha Garden Club discussing landscaping and wildlife gardening, as well as an appearance by a local hosta enthusiast.
Our Homeschool Hour for May is one you won’t want to miss! This special program will be a Living History experience for the Jazz Age of the 1920s. This program will include a variety of crafts and activities, as well as themed music, snacks, and decorations. Students (and educators!) are encouraged to come in costume, and to research a little bit about the “Roaring Twenties” before the program! Optional paperwork and historical information will be available at the library during registration for this event.