Do you ever wish you had a way to keep track of all the books you read (besides good ol' pen and paper)? Would you like personalized recommendations to find your next favorite book? Would you like to be able to share what you've read with friends and discover new books based on what they've read? Goodreads might be for you!
In this hour-long class, participants will learn the basics of how to get started using Goodreads, how to add and organize books using Goodreads, how to find book recommendations and friends, and more!
Having trouble navigating OverDrive?
This class will show you the basics of how to download ebooks, audiobooks and videos from the OverDrive app and desktop.
Preferably, download the OverDrive app beforehand if you are not accessing OverDrive on a desktop computer.
Bring your fully charged device with you.
Dream Lab Rm. 107
Please join us for evening Hatha Yoga with Diana Abdul. She is certified as an RYS 200 Hatha Yoga instructor. Hatha Yoga is a form of gentle yoga. Please bring your own yoga mat. Participants must sign waiver. No registration required.
August's book is a piece of fiction set in modern Vietnam. Quan Barry’s luminous fiction debut brings us the tumultuous history of modern Vietnam as experienced by a young girl born under mysterious circumstances a few years before the country’s reunification, a child gifted with the otherworldly ability to hear the voices of the dead.
We will meet at Northeast Branch Library at 330 7th St. SE.
Find out more at http://www.meetup.com/Capitol-Hill-Reads.
Do you ever wonder what to do with old family photos and crumbling albums? Think about if you'll ever be able to watch or listen to your home movies and old recordings ever again? What about how to manage and preserve your social media accounts, emails and digital files? We invite you, your families, and friends to attend this special presentation on preserving your history through personal archiving.
Learn why personal archiving matters, and learn how to save:
Social media accounts
In September, let's discuss this modern take on the Western genre -- with a focus on women -- in which settlers traveling through the Oregon desert in 1845 find themselves stranded in harsh conditions.
You are cordially invited to the next meeting of the Moveable Feast Classics Book Club. We will be meeting at Palisades Library on Tuesday, August 2, at 1 p.m., to discuss Master and the Margarita, by Mikhail Bulgakov. Please join us!