Westlake Porter Public Library offers adult programs for variety of interests
Westlake Porter Public Library’s late January adult programs cater to a variety of interests. In addition to the monthly Investor’s Interest Group and Small Busine$$ Lunch & Learn, the library is also offering programs focusing on de-cluttering your home, energy healing, and how to take apart computers. Here are the details:
Wednesday, Jan. 21 (7-8:30 p.m.) Take Apart Computers! – Ever wonder what’s inside a computer that makes it work? Here’s your chance to take one apart! Computer knowledge is not required, and no, you don’t have to put it back together! Safety glasses and tools will be provided. This is part of the monthly Maker Club Emerging Technology Program, which explores Maker Movement projects. Please join us for an E-Tech Lab, bringing emerging technology to our club. Please register.
Saturday, Jan. 24 (1-2 p.m.) Simple Steps to Organizing & De-cluttering Your Home – Professional organizer Kandi Walker Sartori, with Organizational Cleaning, will show you how to control the chaos in every room of your home to create a tranquil space for you and your family. Please register.
Thursday, Jan. 29 (6:30-8:30 p.m.) Coffee with Linda – Join us for the second in our small group discussion series with Linda Street, a spiritual teacher, intuitive and author ("Rays of Light: Listen to the Dark"). Ask questions, relate your experiences and get Linda’s input on your personal situation in a casual, friendly atmosphere. Coffee and tea will be served. Registration required.
For more information or to register for any of these programs visit signup.westlakelibrary.org:8080 or call 440-871-2600.
Elaine Willis is the Public Relations Associate at Westlake Porter Public Library.