In this three-session class, Dorothy Stanton will guide you as you  document your life story for your family and loved ones. She will offer examples, inspiration, and resources to get you started on this one-of-a-kind literary journey. All you need is a notebook and pencil. Writing skills are not necessary. Registration is required.

Learn the basics of using a computer and Windows 10. We will cover powering on and powering off a computer, the different parts of a personal computer system, navigating Windows' start menu, accessing settings, and more. We will also delve into some of the differences between this version and previous versions of Windows.

Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Tuesday, Sept 25.

Certification class. $55 payable at registration. Adult CPR and AED use and how to relieve choking on an adult. Upon completion students receive a course completion card valid for 2 years.

Following a book discussion of works from the Great American Read list on the theme of monsters and villains, attendees will enjoy a Halloween “ball” with activities and refreshments at the Carranor Club.

Registration is required and space is limited. This program will be held off-site; you must provide your own transportation.  Programming for The Great American Read is offered as part of a grant from the American Library Association and PBS.

Books for discussion will be available at Way Library.

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
A Game of Thrones (book 1 in the Song of Ice and Fire series) by George R.R. Martin
Moby Dick by Herman Melville

Our 2018-19 season of classic films opens with The Lady Eve (1941), starring Henry Fonda, Barbara Stanwyck, and Charles Coburn.

Father/daughter (Coburn, Stanwyck) con artists are out to trip up wealthy beer tycoon Charles Pike (Fonda). Instead they find themselves tripped up when Stanwyck falls in love with the mark. A Hollywood classic screwball-comedy, directed by the acclaimed Preston Sturges.

Evan Chase, local film buff, will discuss the film and take questions. 

Keeping your computer files organized and easy to find is an integral part of being an efficient computer user. Learn how to save and organize documents, images, and other files. We will cover how to make folders, create short cuts, and save to a flash drive. We will also cover default file locations, One Drive, and more.

Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Thursday, September 27.

Make and take felted acorns using a felting needle and colorful bits of wool fiber. Needle, foam pad, and a bag stuffed with fiber are yours to keep for making additional acorns at home!
Taught by The Fiber of Our Being Felting Guild.

Fee of $5 is due at registration. Class size is limited to 15.

This gripping crime drama is based on the true story of journalist Gary Webb who in the 1990s examined the origins of the crack cocaine trade on the streets of the U.S.

Webb’s investigation uncovered evidence suggesting the CIA was aware of and protecting major drug dealers who were smuggling and selling large quantities of cocaine in the Los Angeles ghettos, with profits being funneled to arm Contra rebels fighting in Nicaragua. Despite enormous pressure not to, Webb pursued the story, going public with his evidence in the controversial newspaper series "Dark Alliance." As a result he experienced a vicious smear campaign fueled by the CIA, forcing him to defend his integrity, his family, and his life.

Rated R. This film is 1 hour and 52 minutes long. Adults only.