Thursday, April 30
Colton – 1:30 p.m. – Tech Help Open House – Sarah McKnight and Sara Garza from Colfax are available to assist with basic computer help or help downloading e-books from the library’s website.
Rosalia – 2 p.m. – Creating e-Newsletters – E-newsletters are a great way for churches, clubs, sports teams, and many other local organizations to develop a sense of community, set up activities and generally stay in touch. Learn the basics of Mailchimp, a free service, to produce an e-newsletter.
Colfax – 7 p.m. – Death Ride, Murder in a Small Town – Come hear the shocking facts and tragic aftermath in this fascinating true-crime presentation by Death Ride authors, Tim and Beck Hattenburg.
Friday, May 1
Colfax – 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.– Family Caregiver Support Program – Free informative session for those caring for a loved one. To learn more or additional questions, call (509) 332-0365 or (800) 873-5889 or visit http://www.ruralresources.org/get-help/senior-services/caregiver-support/
Colfax, Endicott, St. John & Uniontown – Early learning with books, singing and crafts for ages six and younger. Check the calendar for times.
Saturday, May 2
Rosalia – 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Book Sale – Checkout the wide assortment of books on sale. Sale of all items benefits local youth programs.
Endicott – 6:30 p.m. – Internet Selling – Learn from two experienced online sellers how to supplement your family's income with Amazon, eBay & Etsy. Individual help and questions available at the end of the class
Monday, May 4
Endicott (1 to 3 p.m.) & Palouse (5 to 7 p.m.) – Social Media Marketing for Businesses – Marketing expert and Tinderbox Consulting’s Josh King leads two workshops designed to cover subjects like set-up, scheduling and paid advertisement on Facebook. He will also touch on Twitter and Pinterest as marketing tools.
Garfield – 6 p.m. – Essential Oils Tea Party – Join us for warm all natural teas, yummy healthful treats, and homemade gifts made with essential oils.
Tuesday, May 5
Farmington, Palouse, & Rosalia– Pre-School programs – Social time for kids and parents with play, singing, crafts and storytelling for ages 6 and younger. Visit the online calendar for times.
Colfax – 11 a.m. – Friends of WCL – Open Business meeting - support services countywide through projects, advocacy, volunteerism and financial efforts.
Wednesday, May 6
Malden – 2:30 p.m. – It’s All About the Yarn – Join Val Bryan and her spinning wheel to learn about various handspun yarns and their uses Thursday, May 7 Albion 4 p.m. – After School Art – Make a Mother's Day gift for a special person in your life
Many of this week’s programs are made possible by Technology Made Easy from the Washington State Library through funding provided by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This is only a sampling of the dozens of programs held each week in branches of the Whitman County Library. Check our events calendar www.whitco.lib.wa.us to see what else is happening.