The new year is the perfect time to learn a new skill or expand your existing knowledge through hands-on workshops, discussion groups, and in-depth lectures. Check out these free adult programs at the Library that can help you reach your goals.
- Reflexology, A Holistic Approach to Health and Wellness
Explore a brief history of reflexology, along with a more thorough discussion about its health and wellness benefits, and a demonstration of easy and effective self-care techniques. In partnership with Step Forward To Better Health. Registration is not required.
- Computer Skills for Job Seekers
Build basic computer skills as you explore useful online resources that can help you find your next career. Registration is required.
- Brain Hacks for a Better Memory
Are you worried that your memory is letting you down? Discover hacks to keep your brain sharp, whatever your age. We will learn daily tweaks from scientific studies from slow-releasing to fast-acting things that make a maximum impact for your brain power. Led by professor, author, and TEDx speaker Dr. Tracy Alloway. Registration is required.
- Swingin' Sundays
Learn to swing dance at Central Library with our beginner-friendly introductory lessons and social dancing. No partner, experience, or registration required. In Partnership with Top Cat Swing.
- Introduction to Microsoft Office
Learn the basics of Excel, PowerPoint, or Word during these programs. Once you’ve mastered the basics, check out the intermediate programs available that can help you take your skills to the next level. Registration is required.
Find a full program listing online for all ages, interests, and availability. Program details are subject to change. Please visit our program page for the most up-to-date information. Explore all January – February programs and register starting December 9.