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Maker Lab at Georgetown

This week we had our first sewing class at the Georgetown Maker Lab. The project was to make a lined tote bag using a sewing machine. We provided the fabric, machines and thread. The basics of the machine and some of the basic prep work were learned on the first day and on the second the project was assembled and finished.

Interested in learning how to sew? 3D printing? Photoshop?  We have classes scheduled starting in May — signup starts 30 days before each class.  Register by calling the Georgetown Library at 260-421-1320 or sign up online!

 

Georgetown Maker Lab Programs in May & June 2014

 

3D printing 101

Thursdays from 6-8 pm

Saturdays from 2-4 pm

We’ll explore our 3D printer and use tinkercad.com to create original 3D objects.

Registration required. Maximum of 6 participants.

 

Sewing 101

Tuesdays AND Wednesdays* from 10 am – noon   *You must attend both days.

Learn the basics of machine sewing while doing a hands-on project to make your own shopping bag.

Registration required. Maximum of 2 participants.

 

Photoshop 101

Tuesdays from 6-8 pm

Bring a digital image and learn how to manipulate it in Adobe Photoshop.

Registration required. Maximum of 6 participants.

 

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  • nook: Don’t Panic by Mostly Muppet, on Flickr

    nook: Don’t Panic by Mostly Muppet, on Flickr

    Ease into eBooks

  • Tecumseh Library
  • June 6, 2013
  • 7 pm
  • Free

Explore the library’s eBook collection with your new eReader!  Owners of eReaders, tablets, smartphones, and laptops who seek help downloading eBooks from the library’s web site should attend this informative sessions at the Tecumseh branch.

 

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Ease into eBooks

  • nook: Don’t Panic by Mostly Muppet, on Flickr

    nook: Don’t Panic by Mostly Muppet, on Flickr

    Ease into eBooks

  • Tecumseh Library
  • April 25
  • 1 pm & 7 pm

Explore the library’s eBook collection with your new eReader!  Owners of eReaders, tablets, smartphones, and laptops who seek help downloading eBooks from the library’s web site should attend these informative sessions at the Tecumseh Library on April 25 — there’s one session at 1 pm and another at 7 pm.

 

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Ease into eBooks

  • nook: Don’t Panic by Mostly Muppet, on Flickr

    nook: Don’t Panic by Mostly Muppet, on Flickr

    Ease into eBooks

  • Dupont Library
  • April 16
  • 2 pm & 7 pm

Explore the library’s eBook collection with your new eReader!  Owners of eReaders, tablets, smartphones, and laptops who seek help downloading eBooks from the library’s web site should attend these informative sessions at the Dupont Library on April 16 — there’s one session at 2 pm and another at 7 pm.

 

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Ease into eBooks

  • nook: Don’t Panic by Mostly Muppet, on Flickr

    nook: Don’t Panic by Mostly Muppet, on Flickr

    Ease into eBooks

  • Tecumseh Library
  • March 28
  • 1 pm & 7 pm

Explore the library’s eBook collection with your new eReader!  Owners of eReaders, tablets, smartphones, and laptops who seek help downloading eBooks from the library’s web site should attend these informative sessions at the Tecumseh Library on March 28 — there’s one session at 1 pm and another at 7 pm.

 

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Ease into eBooks

  • nook: Don’t Panic by Mostly Muppet, on Flickr

    nook: Don’t Panic by Mostly Muppet, on Flickr

    Ease into eBooks

  • Pontiac Library
  • March 16
  • 10 am

Explore the library’s eBook collection with your new eReader!  Owners of eReaders, tablets, smartphones, and laptops who seek help downloading eBooks from the library’s web site should attend this informative session at the Pontiac Library on March 16.

 

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We’ve got answers!

eBooks for iPads
Ease into eBooks classes are happening at many of our locations.  Learn more about how to explore the library’s eBook collection with your new eReader.

We are also having an eReader Fair at the Main Library —  Thurs. Jan. 17 from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.  Stop by and try out a few of the most popular devices.  Library staff from each department will be on hand to answer your questions about reading library books on your new reader.

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