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Virtual Thursday Tech Tutorials

iPhones and iPad: The what, why, and how.

2020-06-04 11:00:00 2020-06-04 13:00:00 America/Chicago Virtual Thursday Tech Tutorials Chicago Ave./Main St. Branch

Thursday, June 04
11:00am - 1:00pm

Add to Calendar 2020-06-04 11:00:00 2020-06-04 13:00:00 America/Chicago Virtual Thursday Tech Tutorials These tutorials are now taught online via Zoom. Registration deadline is 12 noon the Monday before the class. Deadline passed but want to register? Questions? E-mail lukethompson@cityofevanston.org Chicago Ave./Main St. Branch

These tutorials are now taught online via Zoom. Registration deadline is 12 noon the Monday before the class. Deadline passed but want to register? Questions? E-mail lukethompson@cityofevanston.org

iPhones and iPads: What do they do? Why would you want one? How to connect to a WIFI and cellular connection with your iPhone or iPad.  This class will address these questions and topics.

AGE GROUP: | Adults |

EVENT TYPE: | Virtual | Computers & Technology |

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Chicago Ave./Main St. Branch

cheneghan@cityofevanston.org
Phone: (847) 866-5933
Branch manager
Connie Heneghan, Neighborhood Services

Hours
Mon, Jun 01 10:00AM to 8:00PM
Tue, Jun 02 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Wed, Jun 03 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Thu, Jun 04 Closed
Fri, Jun 05 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Sat, Jun 06 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Sun, Jun 07 Closed

About the library

 

Dr. Melissa Blount, Evanston-based psychologist, artist, activist and creator of the Black Lives Matter Witness Quilt Project, welcomes you to a sewing circle at the Chicago Ave/Main Street Branch on November 9 from 2 pm - 5 pm.

As a Black person, woman, psychologist, and artist, Dr. Blount thinks about race, class and gender all the time. She thinks about the beauty that exists at this intersection but more importantly, how lives are cut short in various ways at this intersection. Blount thinks about how these women live on the fringe of society rather than the center; how their stories are unknown, unheard and unacknowledged; and how the shifting of one's attention and intention can change lives and build a beloved community. The squares participants will embroider will make the invisible, visible and the unknown, known. Dr. Blount is inviting you to walk this path with her for an afternoon, while agreeing to hold these Black women, girls and babies at the center. 

All materials will be provided.