After reading from her most recent book, Rope & Bone: a novel in stories, author Ginnah Howard will talk about the surprising process of writing a trilogy. The three novels focus on two upstate rural families from 1946 to 2003. Enjoy this successful author’s return visit to our program lineup. Monday, September 22 at 6:30 pm. This program is sponsored by the Friends of Huntington Memorial Library.
Register for this 6 week series designed to explore common technology tools. To get maximum results from this series you should be able to comfortably navigate the internet and your email. This project is based on the Learning 2.0 Project by Helene Blower and utilizes the theory of transformative learning that was developed by Michael Stephens in 2012. The digital world is rapidly changing and typical skill sets have a shorter life span. It’s becoming more important to know how to learn than it is to know what to learn so this series will embrace a focus on play, innovation and experimentation that is needed for 21st century learning. Some modules that will be covered are Twitter, Photosharing, Blogging tools and Presentation tools. We invite you to come and explore with us.
Help us celebrate Library Card Sign-up Month. Share your passion for reading. This month we’re inviting our patrons to post a “shelfie”. Shelfies are pictures of yourself set against a backdrop and of course we want the backdrop to be your favorite bookshelf. Be creative. You can enter by posting your shelfie on our Facebook page or by posting to Twitter. Click here for more information.