Upcoming Events

Title:Family Storytime Instagram LIVE
Date:Monday, April 19, 2021
Time:10:30am - 11:00am
Presenter:Angie Andre
Library Location:Tredyffrin Library
Audiences:Family, Preschool
Categories:Preschool
Description:

Join us on Instagram LIVE @tplchildren for Family Storytime. We will enjoy a few picture books, songs, rhymes.

Title:Explore the Libby Update
Date:Monday, April 19, 2021
Time:7:00pm - 8:00pm
Library Location:Tredyffrin Library
Audiences:Adults
Categories:Adults, Technology, Virtual
Description:

Explore the new Libby update with Adult Programming and Community Outreach librarian, Zoey. During the webinar, we will cover the changes made in the most recent update for Libby by OverDrive, and how to search, borrow, and download eBooks and eAudiobooks on Libby by OverDrive.

 

Registration is required. Register at the link provided.

Title:Family Storytime Zoom
Date:Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Time:10:30am - 11:00am
Audiences:Family, Preschool
Categories:Preschool
Description:

Join us as we enjoy picture books, songs, rhymes, ABCs, counting and more.

You may register once for the April series.  

 

Title:One-on-One Tech Help
Date:Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Time:1:00pm - 2:00pm
Library Location:Tredyffrin Library
Audiences:Adults
Categories:Adults, Technology, Virtual
Description:
Tech Help Guidelines
The objective of tech sessions is to teach patrons the skills they need to successfully and independently navigate their technology needs.
To protect the library and the patron, tech sessions cannot include private information, such as confidential emails, financial or medical information, employment records, social security numbers or topics deemed sensitive by library staff. As per our Reference Service Policy, library staff will not provide or offer advice, interpretation, recommendation, opinion or personal experience. Resources on specialized topics (e.g, legal, medical, financial, political, or religious) may be provided, however specifics will not be discussed.
Tech sessions are provided based on the availability of library staff and may be limited in terms of length. Appointments should be scheduled via the appointment sign-up option at ccls.libcal.com and limited to 2 times per month to provide opportunities for other patrons to take advantage of the service. 
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Schedule a one-on-one session tailored to your needs with Zoey, the Adult Programming & Community Outreach Librarian. Please note: the tech help sessions will be scheduled via Zoom, Google Hangouts, or Skype. Phone call sessions are limited, email Zoey to schedule a phone one-on-one tech session.

Schedule for virtual tech help sessions:

  • Tuesdays @ 1:00 p.m. (Beginning March 30th)
  • Thursday @ 1:00 p.m.  (Beginning March 30th)
  • Saturdays @ 4:00 p.m.

Schedule by clicking this link. 

These times don't work for you? Email Zoey to find a more convenient time.

Title:Open Minds Book Group
Date:Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Time:2:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Gretchen Chamberlin
Library Location:Tredyffrin Library
Audiences:Adults
Categories:Adults, Virtual
Description:

Transcendent Kingdom

by Yaa Gyasi

Physical Book
 Large Type Physical Book
 Audiobook on CD

Title:Memory Masterclass
Date:Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
Presenter:Marianne Hooper
Audiences:Adults
Categories:Adults, Virtual
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

 How good is your memory? Do you often misplace items? Do you have a hard time remembering people’s names, facts and figures, or forget items on your to-do list? Do you or your child have a hard time studying for exams? You don’t have a bad memory – you just need a better way to use it!

The Memory Masterclass - How to Remember Everything, and Never Forget a Thing!

Mentalist Fred Berthelot will help you discover the true potential of your amazing memory. This interactive workshop will alter your preconceived notions of how your memory works and will open up a whole new world of mental abilities you didn’t know you possessed. You will learn skills that you can apply to your everyday life, that will improve your professional life, help you learn a new language, and alter the way you learn and study.

 

 

Fred’s Bio:

Fred Berthelot gave a up a successful career in architecture to become a professional mentalist. He is a “mental artist” - an architect of the mind who no longer designs buildings, but draws thoughts - out of people’s heads! His unique form of interactive psychological entertainment has mesmerized private and corporate audiences with the power and mystery of the human mind. Fred's clients include Johnson & Johnson, Unilever, Steelcase, and more.

 

Contact Marianne Hooper at mhooper@ccls.org with any questions.