Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Ridgewood Public Library.
 Limit by event type:
In-Person Tech Labs
Friday, May 20, 1-3pm
Answering your burning questions about most things tech related. Need help with zoom? Want a quick primer on streaming? Looking to clean your iphone's photos but don't know where to start? Our intrepid team of tech whisperers (aka our lovely staff and teen volunteers) are here to help every Tuesday and Friday. Questions are limited to those that can be answered in under 20 minutes. If you have need for more time and would like one-on-one help, email ask@ridgewoodlibrary.org or call 201-670-5600x130 to schedule.

Please note: due to capacity limits, we may ask you to wait outside the room if you are not being actively helped. We thank you for your understanding and patience.
In-Person Tech Labs
Tuesday, May 24, 11am-1pm
Answering your burning questions about most things tech related. Need help with zoom? Want a quick primer on streaming? Looking to clean your iphone's photos but don't know where to start? Our intrepid team of tech whisperers (aka our lovely staff and teen volunteers) are here to help every Tuesday and Friday. Questions are limited to those that can be answered in under 20 minutes. If you have need for more time and would like one-on-one help, email ask@ridgewoodlibrary.org or call 201-670-5600x130 to schedule.

Please note: due to capacity limits, we may ask you to wait outside the room if you are not being actively helped. We thank you for your understanding and patience.
In-Person Tech Labs
Friday, May 27, 1-3pm
Answering your burning questions about most things tech related. Need help with zoom? Want a quick primer on streaming? Looking to clean your iphone's photos but don't know where to start? Our intrepid team of tech whisperers (aka our lovely staff and teen volunteers) are here to help every Tuesday and Friday. Questions are limited to those that can be answered in under 20 minutes. If you have need for more time and would like one-on-one help, email ask@ridgewoodlibrary.org or call 201-670-5600x130 to schedule.

Please note: due to capacity limits, we may ask you to wait outside the room if you are not being actively helped. We thank you for your understanding and patience.
In-Person Tech Labs
Tuesday, May 31, 11am-1pm
Answering your burning questions about most things tech related. Need help with zoom? Want a quick primer on streaming? Looking to clean your iphone's photos but don't know where to start? Our intrepid team of tech whisperers (aka our lovely staff and teen volunteers) are here to help every Tuesday and Friday. Questions are limited to those that can be answered in under 20 minutes. If you have need for more time and would like one-on-one help, email ask@ridgewoodlibrary.org or call 201-670-5600x130 to schedule.

Please note: due to capacity limits, we may ask you to wait outside the room if you are not being actively helped. We thank you for your understanding and patience.
Be a Maker: Toothpic
Thursday, Jun. 9, 7-8:30pm
Test your bridge building prowess and potentially win big. And by big, I mean a big candy bar. Also the knowledge of how to build different kinds of toothpick bridges. It'll be fun!

If you are planning on attending as a group of 2 to 4, you only need to register once. Don't have a group? No worries! We can match you up with other groups. If you'd prefer to go solo, that's good too!

Anyone under the age of eight must be accompanied by an adult. $5/participant.
Please contact Elias (erosner@ridgewoodlibrary.org) with any questions.
Excel Basics (Hybrid
Tuesday, Jun. 14, 1:30-3pm
Free/RW; $5/Visitors.
Class will be held both in-person and virtualy via Zoom, with the link being sent out prior to the class. Space is limited in-person.

Excel is a complex program but it doesn't have to be. Take the first step on your journey to understanding with this class that covers the basics of formatting, formulas, and managing your Excel data.

In order to make sure we can better tailor the class to the students, we ask that everyone take the Northstar Microsoft Excel Assessment Module. If you have any questions, please contact Elias at erosner@ridgewoodlibrary.org or call 201-670-5600x130

Class will be taught using Excel 2019 on Windows 10. If your version of Excel is older than 2013 or do not have access to it on your personal computer but still wish to take the class, please contact the library at 201-670-5600x130 or email ask@ridgewoodlibrary.org.
Internet Genealogy
Tuesday, Sep. 13, 6:30pm
Internet Genealogy, using the Internet to find records, family information and known and unknown relatives.  Instructor Steven Gabai of the Genealogical Society of Bergen County will begin this program with a short slide show explaining the records that are important to your family history research.  He will then go onto the Internet and show you how to find those records, family information and known and unknown relatives.

Laptop or tablet is not necessary, but be prepared to take notes.

Registration required.  Class fee is $5 for Ridgewood residents and GSBC members; $10 for visitors.

Questions?  Contact Sarah Kiefer at 201-670-5600 x135 or skiefer@ridgewoodlibrary.org
Sponsored by Genealogical Society of Bergen County Sponsored by Genealogical Society of Bergen County.
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