Get tech assistance at the Angelou Branch Library on Monday and Thursday evenings from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, while the Library is closed. Build digital skills through the guided Google Applied Digital Skills curricula. Assistance with job applications, resumes, printing documents, internet research, and other digital needs will be given first priority.
Interested in knowing more about flooring and how to install it? These classes will cover several types of flooring, such as carpet, tile, laminate, and hardwood. and installation requirements for the different types. The goal is to teach you, the consumer, what you need to be aware of when you are choosing flooring for your project and to give you a better understanding of what it is going to take to finish your project successfully. Please bring note taking material; a calculator may also be helpful; and bring plenty of questions. Over the course of these 7 sessions, there will be several exercises for you to complete which are designed to help you understand the installation process for the different types of flooring. Registration is required, beginning Dec. 1, 2018; call 261-8500 or register online.
Get started with sound editing using the free software Audacity, available in our AV Studio Room. Manage timelines and multiple tracks, learn best practices for recording sound, as well as how to cut between audio tracks. We will work on a sample project in class and discuss export options for various types of projects. Participants are encouraged to bring their own headphones. Registration is required, beginning on Dec. 1, 2018; call (316) 261-8511, or register online.
Master Gardener Karen Sanders-West will explain the importance of choosing the right plant for the right place. You will learn how and when to plant for maximum healthy growth, and how to use annuals in an established garden for maximum visual impact. Co-sponsored by Sedgwick County Extension Office Master Gardeners program. Registration is required, beginning Dec. 1; call 688-9361 or register online.
Based on the notion that entrepreneurs discover solutions and engage with their communities over a million cups of coffee, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation developed 1 Million Cups in 2012—a free program designed to educate, engage and inspire entrepreneurs around the country. As a program of the Kauffman Foundation, 1 Million Cups works with entrepreneurs, empowering them with the tools and resources to break down barriers that stand in the way of starting and growing their businesses.
Attendance is free. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Presentations run from 9-10 a.m.
Each presentation ends with an audience Q&A where the last question is always, "What can we as a community do to support you as a startup?"
Bring knitting, crocheting, quilting, or other needlecraft supplies and share your ideas, questions, and love of needlecrafts. Learn from the experience of others and advise those who are just beginning.
Bring your iPad or iPhone and learn how to use iOS. This class covers what Apple devices can do - including basic operation, how to find and install apps, and more!(NOTE: Classes for Kindle and Android are taught separately). Registration is required, beginning on Dec. 1, 2018; call (316) 688-9361, or register online.