Events for Adults

Events for Adults


Events for Adults

Ages 18 and older

MANHATTAN PUBLIC LIBRARY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Add to google calendarRefresh calendars
Tuesday, 28th Feb
2:00 pm
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2 hours
Location:Manhattan Public Library at Technology Center Classroom
Come learn about Windows 10, the latest operating system for PC users. We will cover the basics, including the most important similarities and differences from previous versions of Windows.
 
Thursday, 9th Mar
7:00 pm
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1 hour, 30 minutes
Location:Manhattan Public Library at Groesbeck Meeting Room
Come play with the Sphero SPRK+, a robot that can be programmed to complete a task or controlled directly using a smartphone or tablet.=0D=0A
 
Tuesday, 14th Mar
2:00 pm
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2 hours
Location:Manhattan Public Library at Technology Center Classroom
Come learn about the basics for using Pinterest, a free website that allows you to save, sort, and manage images and other media from around the internet.
 
Wednesday, 15th Mar
2:00 pm
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2 hours
Location:Manhattan Public Library at Off-Site
Come learn about the basics for using Pinterest, a free website that allows you to save, sort, and manage images and other media from around the internet. Training Workshop will be held at the Douglass Community Center; 900 Yuma Street; Manhattan, KS
 
Thursday, 16th Mar
7:00 pm
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1 hour, 30 minutes
Location:Manhattan Public Library at Groesbeck Meeting Room
Make an amazing Dahlia inspired paper wreath. These wreaths can brighten up any room in your home. We will provide all the supplies and all you need to bring is your creativity!
 
Tuesday, 21st Mar
2:00 pm
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2 hours
Location:Manhattan Public Library at Groesbeck Meeting Room
Stop by the Groesbeck Room to get one-on-one help with your technology questions and conundrums. Registration is not required but feel free to do so if you know you will be stopping by.
 
Thursday, 23rd Mar
7:00 pm
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1 hour, 45 minutes
Location:Manhattan Public Library at Groesbeck Meeting Room
"Harbor", the stunning first novel by Pulitizer-prize winning journalist, Lorraine Adams, will be presented on March 23, 7-8:30 p.m. Aziz Arkoun arrives as a stowaway in America without any money, English or connections. Aziz soon finds himself caught in the web of an anti-terrorism investigation. Gene Chavez, who teaches and consults with bilingual education and cultural groups throughout the country will lead the discussion.