Archive for the ‘Adult Program’ category

Chat with the Mayor Tonight!

November 17, 2009

Chat with the MayorTuesday, November 17, 6pm
at LH&G @ Carnegie Library

The Mayor’s Chat on November 17 will focus on the High Power Government Foundation Program (HPG), an eight month networking program which the Mayor and City of Muncie department heads recently completed. HPG is a foundational program aimed toward building high performing organizations. Mayor Sharon McShurley and the city’s department heads worked regularly with the HPG Network in developing a city vision statement, mission statement, and organizational values which will provide clarity for the public and direction to the city’s employees. Citizens attending the Mayor’s chat will have a better understanding of how to assist the team in realizing its goals.

Volunteers Needed

November 6, 2009

Volunteers NeededWe are seeking an adult or college student volunteer (this is not a paid position) with PC Computer training experience to teach in a Library computer class for adults. The adults attending will have varying degrees of computer knowledge. Classes will be held Thursdays in the afternoon or evening just a couple days each month.

 Qualifications:

• Proficient in MS Office, Windows XP OS, Internet Searching, Internet Explorer, and Irfanview (or a similar free photo editing program)
• Ability to effectively relate class material to adults
• Also need teachers for social networking, photo editing, & eBay classes (handouts are already created)

References required: Please submit 3 personal/employment references with your resume.

If you are chosen you will be subject to a background check.

If interested you can fill out a volunteer application at any MPL location and please write “Computer Class Teacher” at the top or email your resume along with a brief paragraph about yourself to jbooth@munpl.org.

Healthcare for the Uninsured

July 31, 2009

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Mondays in August at 5:30 pm
Maring-Hunt Library

 Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield is holding a series of informational meetings on the Healthy Indiana Plan. Find out about the Healthy Indiana Plan for uninsured adults and current HIP members. For more information, contact Estherling Pimentel at (317) 201-6276. These sessions will be held every Monday in August. Meeting dates are August 3, August 10, August 17, August 24 and August 31. All meetings will be held at Maring-Hunt Library.

The Reading Circle @ Kennedy

May 28, 2009

Monday, June 15 at 12PM
Meeting Room @ Kennedy

The Kennedy Library Reading Circle is gearing up for summer.
Join us as we discuss lively and thought-provoking novels.

The first featured book is The Shipping News by Annie Proulx, Several copies are available for check out at the Kennedy Library Circulation Desk.  

The Shipping News is winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award.  A family crisis propels Quoyle, a 36-year old, third-rate newspaper man, out of a mundane existence and into a strange, new life on the starkly beautiful Newfoundland coast amidst a quirky collection of local characters, mysterious knots, and the power of the family homestead. 

“Annie Proulx’s stunning, big-hearted The Shipping News thaws the frozen lives of its characters and warms readers.” —San Francisco Chronicle

If you have any questions about the Reading Circle @ MPL, please call Donna Browne at 741-5155.

Music @ Kennedy in April

March 16, 2009

Music by il TroubadoreMusic @ Kennedy Library
Sunday, April 5 2009, 2:30-4 pm

Celebrate Spring with il Troubadore, an Indianapolis-based band that will provide fun and lively music.
il Troubadore is known as Indy’s 16th Century Rock Band. They have been entertaining people with music from around the world since 2004. Their repertoire spans a wide variety of Western pop/rock and classical styles as well as world and folk music.

Meet the Author!

February 27, 2009

Kennedy Library
Saturday, April 4 at 1:30 p.m.

Kelsey Timmerman, author of Where Am I Wearing? will be a guest judge at the April 4 Edible Books Festival. Where Am I Eating? explores the globalization of the food industry. Copies of Where Am I Wearing? will be available for sale and for author signature at the Edible Books Festival. Timmerman and his wife are Muncie residents.

Book Description (from Amazon.com)

Globalization makes it difficult to know where the things you buy come from. Journalist and travel writer Kelsey Timmerman wanted to know where his clothes came from and who made them, so he traveled from Honduras to Bangladesh to Cambodia to China and back. Along the way, he met the people who made his favorite clothes and learned as much about them as he did about globalization itself. Enlightening and controversial at once, this book puts a human face on globalization.