Upcoming Events at the Newport News Public Library System
Join us for the following events, classes, and programs at your local Newport News library. All events are free and some events require registration (where listed).
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451Underground
Grissom Library
Monday, Apr. 27,
Join an interactive game of covert ops and support the freedom to read. Join the revolution at Grissom Library to receive missions and collect information. Call 757.369.3190 for details.
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451Underground
Grissom Library
Monday, May. 4,
Join an interactive game of covert ops and support the freedom to read. Join the revolution at Grissom Library to receive missions and collect information. Call 757.369.3190 for details.
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451Underground
Grissom Library
Monday, May. 11,
Join an interactive game of covert ops and support the freedom to read. Join the revolution at Grissom Library to receive missions and collect information. Call 757.369.3190 for details.
Word 202- Computer Class
Main Street Library
Tuesday, Apr. 28, 10a.m.-12p.m.
Register Online or call 757-591-4858.
A one session two hour course, students will be introduced to concepts beyond Word 201 using templates, adjusting fonts, page layouts and inserting graphics in the Microsoft Word program.  Prerequisites: Word 201 or prior knowledge of the basic features for Microsoft Word Specific Skills Taught/students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Customized fonts on a document, Inserting graphics, and Adjustment of the page layout

 
Facebook102 - Computer Class
South Morrison Family Education Center
Wednesday, Apr. 29, 1:30PM - 3:30PM
Register Online or call 757-369-6810.
A one session two hour course, students will learn the social interaction basic features with their already created Facebook accounts.  Prerequisites: Computer Basics. Must have an email and Facebook account established prior to class    Specific Skills Taught/students should demonstrate at conclusion of class:  Sending and Receiving Messages, Using the Wall, Adding friends, Adjusting Settings, Applications/Games

 
Computer Basics 101 - Computer Class
Pearl Bailey Library
Tuesday, May. 12, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Registration required, begins Apr 28.
A one session two hour course, students will concentrate on how to use the mouse properly, keyboard layout, and exploring Windows 7. Basic parts of the computer will be explained and adjusting the size of windows will be reviewed. Prerequisites: None   Specific Skills Taught/ students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Using the mouse to click on Icons and open programs, Identify computer components (This is not a typing class)
  
Workforce Series
South Morrison Family Education Center
Wednesday, May. 13, 2:00p.m. - 4:30p.m.
Registration required, begins Apr 29.
Network with others while obtaining some needed skills for entering the workforce.  The workshop is geared toward providing assistance with online job search, creating an email account, designing a resume, or completing an online application.
Computer Basics 102 - Computer Class
Pearl Bailey Library
Thursday, May. 14, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Registration required, begins Apr 30.
A one session two hour course, students will build upon skills learned in the Computer Basics 101 class. Upon completion students will be able to use the mouse and perform Computer Basics functions such as open/close windows, type simple text on a document, print, save, and organize documents. Prerequisites: Computer Basics 101   Specific Skills Taught/students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Moving windows, printing and saving, and basic desktop functions

  
Word 201 - Computer Class
South Morrison Family Education Center
Tuesday, May. 19, 10a.m.-12p.m
Registration required, begins May 5.
A one session two hour course introduces users to the Microsoft Word program and explains the basic features required to create a document.  Prerequisites: Computer Basics   Specific Skills Taught/students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Using ribbon tabs and Creating a simple document
Workforce Series - Computer Class
Pearl Bailey Library
Wednesday, May. 20, 2:00p.m. - 4:30p.m. (Wednesdays, May 20, June 17, July 15, 2p.m. - 4:30p.m.)
Registration required, begins May 6.
Network with others while obtaining some needed skills for entering the workforce. The workshop is geared toward providing assistance with online job search, creating an email   account, designing a resume, or completing an online application.  
Word 202 - Computer Class
South Morrison Family Education Center
Thursday, May. 21, 10a.m.-12p.m
Registration required, begins May 7.
A one session two hour course, students will be introduced to concepts beyond Word 201 using templates, adjusting fonts, page layouts and inserting graphics in the Microsoft Word program.  Prerequisites: Word 201 or prior knowledge of the basic features for Microsoft Word Specific Skills Taught/students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Customized fonts on a document, Inserting graphics, and Adjustment of the page layout 
Computer Basics 101 - Computer Class
Grissom Library
Tuesday, May. 26, 10am-12pm
Registration required, begins May 12.
A one session two hour course, students will concentrate on how to use the mouse properly, keyboard layout, and exploring Windows 7. Basic parts of the computer will be explained and adjusting the size of windows will be reviewed. Prerequisites: None   Specific Skills Taught/ students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Using the mouse to click on Icons and open programs, Identify computer components (This is not a typing class)
  
Computer Basics 102 - Computer Class
Grissom Library
Thursday, May. 28, 10am -12pm
Registration required, begins May 14.
A one session two hour course, students will build upon skills learned in the Computer Basics 101 class. Upon completion students will be able to use the mouse and perform Computer Basics functions such as open/close windows, type simple text on a document, print, save, and organize documents. Prerequisites: Computer Basics 101   Specific Skills Taught/students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Moving windows, printing and saving, and basic desktop functions

  
Excel 201 - Computer Class
Main Street Library
Tuesday, Jun. 9, 10a.m.-12p.m
Registration required, begins May 26.
A one session two hour course, students will learn the basic features of a Microsoft Excel workbook and how to create a spreadsheet. Prerequisites: Word 201 or prior knowledge of the basic features for Microsoft Word  Specific Skills Taught/ students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Creation of a spreadsheet, Inserting data, Renaming a spreadsheet, Insert/Delete Columns, Insert/Delete Rows, Selecting Text, and Saving a workbook
Computer Basics 101 - Computer Class
Pearl Bailey Library
Tuesday, Jun. 9, 10a.m.-12p.m
Registration required, begins May 26.
A one session two hour course, students will concentrate on how to use the mouse properly, keyboard layout, and exploring Windows 7. Basic parts of the computer will be explained and adjusting the size of windows will be reviewed. Prerequisites: None Specific Skills Taught/students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Using the mouse to click on Icons and open programs, Identify computer components (This is not a typing class)
Workforce Series
South Morrison Family Education Center
Wednesday, Jun. 10, 2:00p.m. - 4:30p.m.
Registration required, begins Apr 29.
Network with others while obtaining some needed skills for entering the workforce.  The workshop is geared toward providing assistance with online job search, creating an email account, designing a resume, or completing an online application.
Excel 202 - Computer Class
Main Street Library
Thursday, Jun. 11, 10a.m.-12p.m
Registration required, begins May 28.
A one session two hour course, students will be introduced to concepts beyond Excel201 using a templates, adjusting fonts, page layouts and creating/editing formulas in the Microsoft Excel program.  Prerequisites: Excel 201 or prior knowledge of the basic features for Microsoft Excel    Specific Skills Taught/students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Adjusting fonts, Page layouts, Creating Formulas, Editing Formulas, and Printing
Computer Basics 102 - Computer Class
Pearl Bailey Library
Thursday, Jun. 11, 10a.m.-12p.m
Registration required, begins May 28.
A one session two hour course, students will build upon skills learned in the Computer Basics 101 class. Upon completion students will be able to use the mouse and perform Computer Basics functions such as open/close windows, type simple text on a document, print, save, and organize documents. Prerequisites: Computer Basics 101 Specific Skills Taught/students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Moving Windows, Printing and Saving, and Basic Desktop functions
Computer Basics 101 - Computer Class
South Morrison Family Education Center
Friday, Jun. 12, 10a.m.-12p.m
Registration required, begins May 29.
A one session two hour course, students will concentrate on how to use the mouse properly, keyboard layout, and exploring Windows 7. Basic parts of the computer will be explained and adjusting the size of windows will be reviewed. Prerequisites: None Specific Skills Taught/students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Using the mouse to click on Icons and open programs, Identify computer components (This is not a typing class)
Computer Basics 101 - Computer Class
Main Street Library
Tuesday, Jun. 16, 10a.m.-12p.m
Registration required, begins Jun 2.
A one session two hour course, students will concentrate on how to use the mouse properly, keyboard layout, and exploring Windows 7. Basic parts of the computer will be explained and adjusting the size of windows will be reviewed. Prerequisites: None Specific Skills Taught/students should demonstrate at conclusion of class: Using the mouse to click on Icons and open programs, Identify computer components (This is not a typing class)
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