Library Events

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Hudson Library & Historical Society! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.

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Creativity Lab Orien
Tuesday, Jun. 4, 2 p.m.
During orientation training, learn about the Creativity Lab’s policies and best practices on how to use the audio production equipment. Upon completion of the orientation program, participants may register for a two-hour independent session, where they can create their own content. All individuals interested in using the Hudson Library & Historical Society’s Creativity Lab to independently record their own podcast or audio projects must first complete this mandatory one-hour orientation training session.
IN-PERSON: Introduct
Thursday, Jun. 6, 2 p.m.
Learn how to easily navigate, create, and manage spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel. During this introductory virtual class, learn the basics of Microsoft Excel including how to navigate workbooks and sheets, enter data, basic formatting, along with common introductory formulas and functions. This class is designed for those with little to no experience using Microsoft Excel, or for those who have not used the program for some time and would like a refresher course. Basic mouse and keyboard skills are required.
IN-PERSON: Deep Dive
Tuesday, Jun. 11, 2 p.m.
Learn about one of the most robust and free AI tools, Microsoft Copilot, during this demonstrative lecture. Billed as “your everyday AI companion”, Microsoft Copilot provides support across a multitude of Microsoft products and functions as a chat bot, generative AI art service, personal assistant, and much more. Note: If you wish to participate in the class, you will need to have a Microsoft Outlook account, which is available for free. 
IN-PERSON: Intermedi
Thursday, Jun. 13, 2 p.m.
Continue to build your confidence and comfort using Microsoft Excel. During this intermediate course, learn how to use additional functions and features in Microsoft Excel to format, interpret, analyze and display data. Specific topics demonstrated will include working with multiple worksheets, creating and customizing charts, tables and graphics, and techniques to sort and filter your data. Completion of the library’s introductory course or previous experience using Excel is required.
Creativity Lab Orien
Tuesday, Jun. 18, 2 p.m.
During orientation training, learn about the Creativity Lab’s policies and best practices on how to use the video production equipment. Upon completion of the orientation program, participants may register for a two-hour independent session, where they can create their own content. All individuals interested in using the Hudson Library & Historical Society’s Creativity Lab to independently record their own video projects must first complete this mandatory one-hour orientation training session.
IN-PERSON: Advanced
Thursday, Jun. 20, 2 p.m.
Take your Microsoft Excel skills to the next level with our Advanced Excel workshop. During this hands-on class, explore features in Microsoft Excel that will allow you to extrapolate and analyze data. Specific tools include data validation, VLOOKUP, and how to work across multiple worksheets and pivot tables. Participants must have taken previous library Excel classes or be very comfortable using Excel.
IN-PERSON: Advanced
Thursday, Jun. 27, 2 p.m.
Discover how you can automate repetitive tasks in Microsoft Excel. During this advanced class, participants will learn how to create macros and use Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) to record your keystrokes and create your own automations for simple or complex tasks. Please note this is an advanced Excel course. All participants must have excellent keyboard and mouse skills and extensive knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
Creativity Lab Orien
Tuesday, Jul. 16, 2 p.m.
During orientation training, learn about the Creativity Lab’s policies and best practices on how to use the audio production equipment. Upon completion of the orientation program, participants may register for a two-hour independent session, where they can create their own content. All individuals interested in using the Hudson Library & Historical Society’s Creativity Lab to independently record their own podcast or audio projects must first complete this mandatory one-hour orientation training session.
Creativity Lab Orien
Tuesday, Jul. 30, 2 p.m.
During orientation training, learn about the Creativity Lab’s policies and best practices on how to use the video production equipment. Upon completion of the orientation program, participants may register for a two-hour independent session, where they can create their own content. All individuals interested in using the Hudson Library & Historical Society’s Creativity Lab to independently record their own video projects must first complete this mandatory one-hour orientation training session.
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