Introduction to Windows 8
Saturday, March 7th @ 1:30pm
Windows 8 is the newest operating system released by Microsoft. With its sleek new design and tile format, using it may be a challenge for those used to Windows 7 or those new to computers. This class will go over the basics: locating files, downloading software, navigation, and much more to help familiarize you with this new operating system. This class is taught as a demonstration, but feel free to bring your Windows 8 device or laptop.
Job Hunting in the Digital Age Part 2
Monday, March 9th @ 7pm
A continuation of last month's class explores job sites in addition to the library electronic resource. We'll teach you how to find jobs and career opportunities by following our library's job resources internet handout. Whether you're looking for your first job, or looking to change careers, come to this class and take advantage of everything the internet has to offer! (Limit 6)
Tuesday, March 10th @ 10am
This beginner level class will teach you how to use the mouse, screen and keyboard. All training is hands-on using the library’s computers. SEATING IS LIMITED! The program is FREE but registration is required. To register, please stop by the library, contact us at (732) 583-9100, or email Jill at email@example.com.
Celebrate National Nutrition Month
Thursday, March 19th @ 7pm
Learn helpful tips on reading labels; balance foods and choose wisely; watch for food fads; keeping hydrated; healthy snacking; understanding nutrients your body needs; eating on a busy schedule and staying physical.
Intermediate PowerPoint 2010
Monday, March 23rd @ 7pm
Now that you know the basics of PowerPoint 2010, come to our Intermediate class and learn how to make your presentations stand out from all the rest! We will show you how to create a slide show according to your specific needs. Learn to add sound, designs, and transitions to your slides. You will also discover how to adjust time for individual slides, put text on pictures, what contrast is the best to use to reach your audiences and much more. (Limit 6)
Matawan Aberdeen Public Library Writers' Group
4th Thursday of every month @ 7pm
We will discuss the creative writing process, read our own works, and provide thoughtful feedback to others in the group. This group is open to new and experienced writers. All that is required is a desire to nuture and encourage the creative voice in each of us. The group meets the 4th Thursday of every month at 7pm. To register for this FREE program, stop by the library, call us at (732) 583-9100, or email Jill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Security Seminar
Monday, March 30th @ 7pm
An informal meeting about Social Security benefit options and how they may influence your retirement decisions. Whether you are planning to take an early retirement or continue working until, or beyond, full retirement, this meeting will be beneficial. It will help you make informed decisions about your future based on your social security options and how much money you will need from other sources to supplement your retirement.
FREE One-on-One sessions
We offer free one-on-one computer sessions with knowledgeable computer techs. Each session will be an hour long and will cover a range of topics, such as: online forms, email, the internet, resumes, and any other general computer questions you might have.
Call the information desk for available dates to sign up for a one hour session.