Tech Talk: Device Week
In lieu of the regularly scheduled Tech Talk, April 16-21 is Bring-Your-Own Device Week! Call 734-287-4840 to make a 30-minute appointment with Braille & Talking Books staff.
Tue Jul. 17
Drummunity! is a hands-on, high-energy music program where everyone who attends participates in making music as a group. This is not a sit back and relax type of show. Program is for teens and children (ages 3 and older). *Program attendance merits one-hour of reading time for the Summer Reading Program*
Tue Jul. 17
Knitters and crocheters gather every Tuesday at 6 p.m. to work on their latest projects. Bring your projects, enjoy company while you work, and get help from experienced knitters.
Wed Jul. 18
Computer Basics: Internet Searches
This class will introduce you to the Internet and explain the basic elements of a Web page. Learn about Web browsers and how to use links, the forward and back buttons, and how to find Web pages.
To use resources found in Quick Links, you need a library card and PIN. Library cards and PINs are issued free-of-charge to Taylor residents, but must be obtained in person, with current Michigan ID card, at Taylor Community Library.