Stroll a “forest path” and read The Mitten,
a Ukrainian folk tale with illustrations by
Jan Brett. There will be mitten-themed
activities. Donations of new mittens and gloves
for children in need are welcome.
Teen/Tweens will have a chance to see how much they know about this important leader of the Civil Rights movement by answering trivia questions about his life. The teens/tweens will receive a treat for completing a trivia question sheet.
Patrons can receive help creating a professional Resume and Cover Letter. Will will be using the WinWay Resume Builder or Microsoft Word Resume Templates to create your document. Patrons should bring all information needed to create the resume including a valid email address. Patrons are encourage to bring a flash drive to save their documents.
Learn fascinating and little known facts about African Americans who contributed to the American dream. Teens/Tweens will complete trivia questions about African american contributions from the past to the present. This will continue every month until our Juneteenth celebration in June!
It's that time of year-cold nights, warmer days and the sap starts flowing through the sugar maple trees. Join us as we hang our bucket on Sugar, Westwood's one and only sugar maple tree, collect the sap and turn it into maple syrup. The season usually runs early to mid-February through March. We'll keep our fingers crossed- Old Sugar, is aging and Mother Nature can be unpredictable.
Join us for stories, songs and other fun learning activities designed to develop the language, literacy and social skills your preschooler needs for school success. Geared toward ages 3 through 5 years old.
Join us for an
award-winning early literacy program that uses rhymes, songs, puppets and
musical instruments and more to stimulate the learning process for babies and
toddlers. For children up to 24 months with a caregiver.
Begin your preparation for the HSE (High School Equivalence) GED, HiSet, TASC with FREE Adult Classes offered by Miami Valley Career Technology Center at the Dayton Metro Library. Practice reading, writing, math, and critical thinking skills that form the foundation of HSE success. Engage in workplace skills with Key Train/Work Keys training, ADP (Adult Diploma Program options) and studying with career coaching. Classes held at the Main Library Technology Lab B, 215 E Third Street, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm. Contact Miami Valley Career Technology Center Aspire program at 937-854-6287.
A computer class all to yourself! A library staff member will work with you one-on-one to answer your questions and develop your skills on one of multiple topic choices. Topics include: Computer Basics, Tablet Basics, Internet Basics, Email Basics, Social Media Basics, Word Basics, Excel Basics, Powerpoint Basics, Lynda.com, E-readers, Using Library Digital Resources on Smartphones and Tablets, or WinWay Resume Deluxe. Advanced sign-up is required for these courses.
Join us for stories, songs and other fun learning activities designed to develop the language, literacy and social skills your preschooler needs for school success. Geared toward ages 3 through 5. This program is limited to 20 participants.
Need help with your device or more practice after your
computer class? Library tech staff will informally assist you with various
technology-related subjects. You are welcome to bring in your own device for
assistance. Registration is not required and assistance is available on a
first-come, first-served basis. Call 463-2665 for more information about our
Tech Training group sessions.
Please note: Library staff cannot provide technical assistance
for fixing computer problems, assist in the creation of content, or provide
guidance in personal decisions.
This session rounds up the Internet series. Designed to equip attendees with the necessary skills to search the web, discover how to research online with search engines, subject directories, and specialized databases. Requires advance registration.
Finding employment as an ex-offender can be a real challenge. But Montgomery County offers several programs and resources that can make the transition easier. Explore these resources and employment options for re-entering citizens during this session.
little help with your homework? There is homework help available to students of
all ages and grades. Trained volunteers and Education Corps service members can assist students in find the
reliable resources to provide the answers.
Need a little help with your homework? There is homework help available to students of all ages and grades. Trained volunteers and Education Corps service members can assist students in find the reliable resources to provide the answers.