The Monthly Movie for December will be Elf!
Join us for a free screening, plus popcorn and hot chocolate! This will be the LAST teen program of the 2018 season.
*This program is intended for grades 6-12 only*
Teens in grades 6-12 are welcome to join us for a beginner ukulele session, where we will be learning an easy, seasonal song!
This lesson will cover the very basics, so no previous ukulele experience is necessary.
Bring your own uke, or share one of ours.
This classic craft is a fan favorite at the library!
Use perler fuse beads to create a design of your very own.
*This program is intended for grades 6-12*
The Eaton Branch of the Preble County District Library will begin registration for the winter session of storytimes on December 3rd at 9 AM. Our storytimes are formulated around the Every Child Ready to Read initiative, which focuses on the five early literacy practices of talking, singing, reading, writing and playing.
Children can come to the library with their dad or male caregiver to enjoy a fun night at the library! Hear a classic children's story, make a personalized craft, enjoy a snack and receive a gift! Night Out with Dad will be at the Eaton Library on Thursday, Dec. 13th at 6 p.m.
*Registration for this program begins on November 5th. You can sign up by calling (937-456-4331), emailing (email@example.com) or stopping in the Eaton library.
You know the basics of computers, and now we will take a more in-depth look. Topics covered include files, folders, uploading and downloading, and finding things on the computer. Some previous computer experience required.
The Eaton Library Creative Writer's Group meets every 4th Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm. If you have a written piece you would like to share, please bring it to the meeting. You will not be expected to share, but you are certainly welcome to do so!
Would you like to learn more about computers? Do you have a new tablet or smartphone you’d like to learn more about? The Reference Librarian is happy to help! Book an appointment on Wednesday afternoons between 1-4 for assistance with: tablets/e-readers, computers, Microsoft Office, Internet, resumes and job searching, using the library catalog, and research. Call 937-456-5562, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by the library in person to set up an appointment!
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.
You will be making and customizing your very own soy candle! All supplies provided.