Have you made a New Year’s resolution? Are you still deciding what changes to make in your life for 2019?
Maybe you have been meaning to learn a new language. If so, Mango Languages offers courses in more than 70 languages. If you are thinking about learning a new skill, Lynda.com has classes in programming, web design, photography, audio and video editing, and many other subjects. All these courses are free to use with your library card.
Cultural geographer Dr. Engrid Barnett, curator of the Nevada Historical Society’s recent exhibit, The Biggest Little Orchestra in the World, will discuss the history of the Reno Philharmonic, which this year celebrates its fiftieth anniversary.
You've taken the DNA test. Now what? In this six-class series, learn how to build your family tree and see how you are connected to your matches. Classes are Thursdays, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, January 17 through February 21 at the Sparks Library. Registration is required.
Microsoft Excel Basics
Want to learn Microsoft Excel? Need help learning how to create a worksheet? Attend the library's Microsoft Excel class. Trained staff will help you navigate and learn the basics of Microsoft Excel.
This class is part of a four-part series. Classes will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 15 through 24 at the Sierra View Library.
Registration is required. Call 775-851-5190 to reserve your spot.
Basic Internet Safety
In this beginner level internet safety class, learn how to prevent malware and viruses and how to avoid becoming the victim of a phishing scam.
Sparks Library's ongoing computer classes are designed to give beginners a proper introduction to various computer programs and actions. Seating is limited and registration is required. Call the Sparks Library at 775-352-3200 to sign up.
Introduction to Computers
Wednesday, January 2
Friday, January 4
Wednesday, January 9
Friday, January 11
Introduction to the World Wide Web
Wednesday, January 16
Friday, January 18
Wednesday, January 23
Friday, January 25
Introduction to Email
Wednesday, February 6
Friday, February 8
AT THE QUAD
Our new makerspace at the Downtown Reno Library is open for business every Thursday. A different resource will be featured each week.