Drop in to see an art exhibit of works created by senior citizens enrolled at the City of Dayton Northwest Center Senior Programs. The art class focuses on color principles, form and space as well as charcoal, water color and oil painting.
Other areas explored are collages, scratch art, clay and silk screen.
This program provides a safe space for teens who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, or an ally to meet and discuss LGBTQIA+ history, current events, and pop culture. Grades 7-12.
Special Needs Pooled Trusts are a critical piece of
financial planning for families with a disabled family member of any age. The
Disability Foundation establishes trusts that can be used to enhance the lives
of the person living with a disability, while at the same time protecting their
public benefits of Medicaid or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Established
under Social Security Administration regulations, these trusts are not
considered resources for the public need based benefits’ eligibility. Learn more
about this important option with Greg Darling, Executive Director of The
Disability Foundation, a nonprofit supporting organization of The Dayton
Stay & Make here at the Library! This fun program will complement this month's theme, Chemistry. Take
& Make Kits are available while supplies last, but you won't need a kit to participate in this
Before you begin to use a
computer, there is the “mouse.” Learn the mouse skills needed to begin your
computer training. Master your Mouse skills with Mousercise. This class is for
those with minimal to no mouse skills.Class
size is limited to six participants.
Dayton Metro Library, Home of Urban Creative Arts, and WYSO of Yellow Springs have collaborated to bring the Tiny Stacks Music Series to Library patrons. This initiative, sponsored by Friends of the Dayton Metro Library, aims to connect musicians, books, and patrons in one spot.
Before you begin to use a computer, there is the “mouse.” Learn the mouse skills needed to begin your computer training. Master your Mouse skills with Mousercise. This class is for those with minimal to no mouse skills.
Just as important as the
mouse, the keyboard is a vital part of most computers. Knowing how to type is
not required, but having the basic knowledge of keyboard keys is. Within this
session, we will learn the essential keys and functions of the computer
keyboard. Basic computer knowledge is recommended. Class size is limited
to six participants.
Join us Saturday, August 27th at 11:00 A.M. for a lively discussion on the book "All Her Little Secrets" by Wanda Morris. If you need a copy of the book or need help downloading the book to a device, please contact Northwest Library at 937-463-2665.
Just as important as the mouse, the keyboard is
a vital part of most computers. Knowing how to type is not required, but having
the basic knowledge of keyboard keys is. Within this session, we will learn the
essential keys and functions of the computer keyboard.
Now that you have mastered
the mouse, Let’s learn the basics of how the computer works. We will cover the
fundamentals of the Operating System. This class provides hands on instruction
for beginners. Advance registration required.Class size is limited to six participants.
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. We will be outside on the children's patio, weather permitting, and social distancing will be encouraged. Geared toward ages 3 through 5. This program is limited to 10 participants.
Get a jump start on the school year with a party all about Library Cards! Food and treats will be served to help keep you dancing while D.J. Dewey spins the turntables. You will not want to miss this night! This event is for all ages and library card sign ups will be available.