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at Main Library
9:30 am to 1 pm
on the fourth
Saturday of the month at Main Library.
The meetings and workshops are open
to everyone interested in exploring their
family histories. A yearly schedule can be
found on the Library’s website calendar.
On Saturday July 22, AAGS members
will present Creative Ideas for Family
History Projects. Participants in this workshop
will learn some of the different ways
to combine a passion for family history
with artful ways to display that heritage.
Saturday, September 23, Belinda West-
O’Neal, AAGS Program Chair, and Sandra
Beane Milton, AAGS Education Chair, will
present Online Genealogy Resources. This
hands-on workshop will focus on how
to uncover family information through
websites and online databases.
ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES AT
ABLE/GED Class: 10 am-1 pm Mondays
and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and
Thursdays at Main Library.
Tri-C offers free basic education
classes to help students ages 16 and
older who have skills below a 12th grade
level. Students will acquire the necessary
skills to be successful in post-secondary
education, training, and employment.
Classes offer help with math, reading,
and writing, and assist with GED® test
preparation. Students must register in
advance online at tri-c.edu/able-ged-esol
or call Tri-C at 216-371-7138.
English as a Second Language:
7-8:30 pm Tuesdays at Main Library
This free program, offered for those
seeking to learn to read and speak English,
meets on the second floor of Main library.
Life Writing at Main Library:
2-3 pm Saturdays, July 1, August 5, and
Everyone has a story. The Life Writing
Club is here to encourage you to write it
down. Each month the Library will provide
the writing material and prompts to get
you started – you provide the words. Write
as little or as much as you like.