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Live And Learn: Navigating Your 21st Century Public Library

Monday, March 26, 2018, 3:30 PM until 5:00 PM
Human Rights Campaign
(wheelchair accessible)
1640 Rhode Island Ave NW

Ann V Talty
Live and Learn
Registration is required
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Would you like to be able to read books, magazines, and newspapers on your tablet, Kindle, phone or desktop computer? Listen to jazz or world music? Watch classical music performances or opera? Learn a new language or improve your computer skills? Research investments on Morningstar? All for FREE.

Lisa Friedman is a retired EPA lawyer who has taught computer skills to older adults for over a dozen years. For Dupont Circle Village’s March Live & Learn Seminar, she will discuss using your online Public Library account and working with music, video, online learning tools and online databases, emphasizing the features of the D.C. Public Library’s website.

RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. Participation is limited to 25. Members of the Dupont Circle Village will be given first preference.

Dupont Circle Village   •  
 2121 Decatur Place NW   •   Washington DC 20008   •   202.436.5252   •