Garfield County Libraries' Newsletter Winter 2012
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Search: Garfield County Libraries Volume 4, Issue 1 Winter 2012 Get the Most from Those Hot Holiday Tech Toys Inside this issue: Update from the Director 2 Staff Recommendations 2 Food for Fines 3 Meet Your Librarian Karol Sacca 3 Library Board Members 3 Calendar of Events 4 Children’s Corner 6 Database Spotlight TumbleBooks 6 Teen & Tween Spot 7 Literacy Outreach 7 GoToWorkshops Continue 8 If you received a new eReader, smartphone, or tablet this holiday season, you should know that your library will be a fantastic resource once the wrapping paper has come off. We here at the Garfield County Libraries realize that these are very fun, very powerful devices. We have the content you want, along with the staff and programs to familiarize you with how to use our services on your new device. For example, if you received a new Kindle, Nook, or other eReader, we have eBooks available for checkout through our OverDrive database. You just need a Garfield County library card number to get started. OverDrive has a Help menu that will take you to instructions (which are specific to your device) on how to download a book. In January, the Gordon Cooper, New Castle, and Rifle Branch Libraries will be hosting programs specifically designed to help anyone learn how to do this. There are also friendly, helpful staff members throughout the county who can assist you if you call or come in. If you got a smartphone or tablet for Christmas, you'll also find the library to be a great source of content and help. You still have access to OverDrive and all the items mentioned above. Plus, smartphones and tablets such as the iPad have apps specifically designed to make it quick and easy to download and read eBooks on the go. From a tablet you will also have full internet capabilities and can access the Garfield County Library website, www.gcpld.org. There you can renew books, check out the events calendar, and explore our incredible databases available. Young children will enjoy watching and listening to books with the Tumblebooks database, anyone wanting to learn a new language can access Mango Languages, and those who need auto repair help can take advantage of our subscription to Chilton's online database. The libraries also offer free Wi-Fi so you can go online with your device, even if you don't have a monthly connection plan. If you are a smartphone user, you can download our brand new app GCPLD 2 Go which has many features of our website in an easy-to-use mobile form. Have fun playing with your new tech toys. And remember, the libraries are here with great eBooks and help if you need it. Judy Martens Retires After 30 Years In February of 1981, Judy Martens applied for a position as a part-time clerk position at the Rifle Library. When she tells the story she recounts not knowing what she was “getting [herself] into” when she interviewed and had to take a typing test. Luckily for everyone around her, she did indeed get the job. In 1990, Judy became Branch Manager of the library and remained in that position for 21 years. Judy continually learns new techniques and embraces new technologies, and for seven of her years with the libraries she was also the webmaster for the Library District. When asked to share a few words about Judy, the staff in Rifle had a hard time narrowing it down. Assistant Branch Manager Zee Russell said continued on page 3... Judy and members of her family attended her retirement party on November 19th. Update from the Director New Castle Library Opens April 14th break ground in March 2012 and will open late in 2012. The architect is Paul Trementozzi of The New Castle Branch Library will Oz Architecture and the contractor is FCI. The reopen on April 14th with building features a Grand Re-Opening an expandable Ceremony that will start at meeting room to 10 am. Join us for refreshaccommodate ments and giveaways that larger events, as day until 2 pm. The new well as two study library will feature a rooms, unique beautiful new fireplace and children's and teen reading area, local history spaces, and a plaza room, teen area, interactive between the children's area and new existing Silt Town community meeting room. Hall and the new There are still donor A sneak peek inside the New Castle remodel in mid library. The plaza opportunities at the new December reveals natural light and beautiful beams. will feature 28 library. Contact Kelsy concrete "books." Been at 625-4270 or by email at Donors will have an opportunity to name their email@example.com for more information. favorite title and author as part of the The temporary branch next door to installation. Contact Kelsy Been for more Subway and City Market at 820 Castle information. Valley Blvd. will close on March 24th. constructed at the corner of 9th and Cooper by the Glenwood Springs Downtown Development Authority and the City of Glenwood Springs. The project calls for a new 14,000 square foot library on the ground floor, a community plaza, and a second floor that will be unfinished, providing future expansion space for the library and CMC. The library will feature terrific children's and teen areas, a quiet reading room with a fireplace, four study rooms and a large community meeting room. The project is slated to break ground in April 2012. The District hired Willis Pember Architects and Humpries Poli Architecture to design the new library for Carbondale. Currently the project is in design Sign up for the Newsletter The new library is being designed by Michael Hassig and Brad Zeigel of A4 Architects and is being built by B&H Construction. The Silt Branch Library will The new library in Glenwood Springs at the corner of Cooper Avenue and Eighth Street is wrapping up design development with architect Dennis Humphries of Humphries Polis Architecture and FCI performing the construction. The new library will have a parking structure underneath, and a second floor above owned by Colorado Mountain College (CMC). A second parking structure will be Did you know you can get this quarterly newsletter, Page by Page, emailed or mailed to you when it’s still hot off the presses? Sign up by giving your name and address (email or postal mail) to any library staff member. You can also email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s that simple! Book Recommendations from Staff Members The Magicians Bellwether by Lev Grossman by Connie Willis The Magicians is the coming-of-age story of Quentin Coldwater, a self-described nerd who, as a high school senior, is still obsessed with the magical world described in his favorite childhood books. Quentin unexpectedly finds himself at a mysterious college where he discovers that magic is real and there is more to the world than meets the eye. This is a science fiction book for people who might think they don't like sci-fi. While Willis is the winner of many notable science fiction awards, including eleven Hugo Awards and seven Nebula Awards, this book reads like a romantic comedy. Connie is a Colorado author, and this endearing, charming novel takes place in Boulder. Since its release, I’ve been recommending The Magicians to anyone who will listen, describing it as “Harry Potter for grown-ups.” Really, though, it’s more complex than that. The story is appealing on many different levels, whether you are hooked by the fascinating plotline, the multidimensional characters, or the imaginative settings. There are obvious parallels to J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series and C. S. Lewis’ Narnia stories and hints of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth, L. Frank Baum’s Oz, and even Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time. But, I found Grossman’s voice to stand apart as smart and very funny. While the influence of those earlier authors was clearly apparent, I often felt that Grossman was not giving a nod to those authors so much as he was giving the reader a cheeky (and sometimes snarky) wink. I highly recommend The Magicians, even if you don’t usually read in the fantasy genre. -Malia Burton, Administration The main character, Sandra Foster, is a scientist in Research and Development at HiTek, a fictional research company. Sandra is plagued by an incompetent, insufferable office assistant named Flip who misdelivers packages, throws months of research in the garbage, and generally causes trouble wherever she goes. Due to Flip delivering an important package to the wrong office, Sandra meets Dr. O'Reilly, a mysteriously geeky yet charming fellow scientist at HiTek. Dr. O'Reilly is studying information transfer in animals, and his experiment is nearly a complete loss when Flip loses his funding request form. Will Dr. O'Reilly lose his job? Will Dr. O'Reilly and Sandra end up together? Find out in the pages of this charming, funny novel that happens to take place in the world of Science. -Amy Shipley, Administration ...Update from Director (cont.) development, and we have hosted two community meetings with a third scheduled for January 12th. Special emphasis will be placed on engaging community artisans to contribute to the project. The new library will be a 13,000 square foot facility at the corner of Sopris and Third Avenue. We hope to break ground by next summer, with a completion date of mid-2013. Currently the project includes an outdoor reading patio, three study rooms, a joint community room/quiet reading area, and special children's area. The Mount Sopris Historical Society is exploring the possibility of creating a time capsule as part of the project. Watch their web site for more information at www.mtsoprishistoricalsociety.org. The project will be bid out for construction in the late spring. We are committed to providing safe and efficient facilities and are working to ensure that overall operational costs for the District remain low as we expand our facilities to meet the library needs of the future. We are putting special emphasis on green features and energy efficiency. Check out how our new buildings are doing at garfieldenergynavigator.org. Meet Your Librarian Karol Sacca Branch Manager Parachute Branch Karol Sacca is an addict…yep, that’s right: she’s addicted to books, always has been, and always will be she freely admits. A Colorado native, she grew up reading anything the town library had in stock. The love of literature led her to a teaching career and eventually into the school library. Her career there spanned over 30 years. After retiring several years ago, Karol joined the Parachute Branch Library as the manager. In the past three years she and her team saw the old library completely remodeled and reopened to record breaking business. The library is a showcase for the community, and the community room is in high demand. Karol and her husband of 44 years, Larry, moved to the Grand Valley over ten years ago when they located some acreage and an old farm house in need of tender loving care. “We bought the place to keep my husband busy, and that it has, with a massive garden and a herd of deer and turkeys that eat everything that is not protected.” While at home Karol loves to quilt and is a professional longarm quilter. “Every quilt tells a story and working on them makes me part of that story. I come from a long line of quilters. Both my grandmother and mother were quilters. I happen to mix technology into the art form by adding machine quilting. The hours I spend quilting are times for me to listen to a wide variety of books on tape.” Karol is the mother of two grown daughters: Stephanie, a teacher in Minturn, CO, and Emily, a nurse in Oklahoma. Karol’s pride and joy are her four grandchildren who allow her to read aloud many of the books that arrive in the library. Love books? Need to find that perfect read? Stop in the Parachute Branch Library, and you might find yourself addicted too! The libraries are excited to announce the Food for Fines program will return during the month of February. Bring in non-perishable food items to any of the six branch libraries and receive credit on your library card account. For each item you donate you will receive a $1 credit toward overdue fines that are currently on your account (not lost materials or fees). ur fines Get rid of yo too! & help others All items donated will be given to the local LIFT-UP. Last February there were 3,297 items collected by the libraries! Check your cupboards or head to the grocery store because this program is the perfect opportunity for you to take care of those pesky fines, while also helping out people in your local community. ...Judy Martens Retires (cont.) “Judy has been the most patient teacher for me at the Rifle Branch Library. She allowed me to ask questions...repeatedly, until the answer stuck in my brain. I have learned so much from her these last 9+ years and it has empowered me to be able to help others!” Malia Burton, the Library District’s Digital Services Librarian said “Judy has been a dedicated coworker that I enjoyed working with, but also a friend, sewing tutor, cooking advisor, and adopted grandmother to my kids. I looked forward to seeing Judy whether I was at work or at the library with my kids for Storytime. For my son, going to the library meant getting hugs from Judy and showing her the books he'd picked out.” Indeed, what has set Judy apart all these years has been her caring and her personal touch. She has given advice on what to read, answered countess questions, and inspired so many. Thank you Judy for all you have done for the people of Rifle, and of Garfield County. We wish you well with your next adventure. Library District Board of Directors At Large Bill Lamont Representing Silt Dan Becker Representing Carbondale Lanny Kroh Representing Rifle Nella Barker Representing Glenwood Springs Marilee Rippy Representing Parachute Bernita Grove Representing New Castle Michael Weerts Student Advisor Vacant Gordon Cooper Branch (Carbondale) Glenwood Springs Branch Tuesdays @ the Library Every Tuesday Includes Paws to Read, Reading Buddies, BookTalk, and Games Galore on a rotating basis. 4 pm Reading Buddies - Every Tuesday beginning January 10th 4 pm Story Art - Every First Thursday of the Month Introducing children to the basic foundations of art through engaging storybooks, looking activities, and hands-on art projects. 3:45 pm Bilingual Family Storytime - Every Saturday Have fun with bilingual stories and songs while being exposed to a new language. 11 am Playing with Tech Toys January 19th Bring your eReader, tablet, or smartphone and get help from professional geeks with downloading eBooks & other material from the Libraries’ website. 6 pm Tuesdays @ the Library January 31st MORE Games on this special 5th Tuesday. 4 pm Yin Lee’s Lantern: A Shadow Puppet Show - February 2nd In celebration of the Chinese New Year “Out of the Mud Puppet and Mask Theatre” presents a tale of a boy who finds out that giving is its own reward. 6:30 pm Scrabble Club Every First Tuesday of the Month 6 pm Tween Book Club - Every Third Thursday of the Month 4 pm Study Space - Jan 10th & 24th, Feb 14th & 28th, March 13th During Study Space hours you will find room to spread out in a quiet environment. You can work alone or in small study groups to read, write, or plan projects. A librarian will be there to help if you get stuck or have questions. 4 pm Black Smoke & White Iron: Coke and Charcoal Industries in Colorado - January 19th Presented by William Reich. This will be the first event in the Winter Lecture Series presented in conjunction with the Frontier Historical Society. 7 pm Eleanor Roosevelt: What We Are Fighting For - February 16th A look at the First Lady during World War II presented by Susan Marie Frontezak in a Chautauqua format as part of the Winter Lecture Series. 7 pm Valentine Cards & Crafts @ the Library - February 9th 4 pm Geek Out @ Your Library March 7th Local high school computer geeks will be available to help you navigate the internet and learn more about social media, as well as answer general computer questions. 6 pm Eleanor Roosevelt: Hammering Out Human Rights - March 15th A look at the First Lady at the United Nations presented by Susan Marie Frontezak in a Chautauqua format as part of the Winter Lecture Series. 7 pm New Castle Branch Paws to Read - Every Second Tuesday Of the Month Registration required. 6:30 pm Drawing Comics & Manga Every Wednesday Teens & manga artists, join your peers at the library to learn techniques & share your talents. All levels acceptable. 4:30 pm Digital Camera Club - Every Second Wednesday of the Month 7 pm Playing with Tech Toys January 26th Bring your eReader, smartphone, or tablet and get help from professional geeks with downloading eBooks & other material from the Libraries’ website. 6 pm Greeting Cards Workshop February 7th Learn techniques for making special greeting cards. Everyone will leave with a special project. Registration required. 6:30 pm Branch Closing for Move March 24th The temporary library at 820 Castle Valley Blvd will close beginning on this date so staff can move and prepare for the Grand Re-Opening at the remodeled facility. Grand Re-Opening at 402 West Main - April 14th Join us for refreshments & giveaways that day (until 2 pm). The new library will feature a beautiful new fireplace & reading area, local history room, teen area, interactive children's area & new community meeting room. 10 am **LIBRARY All six branches of the will be closed on Silt Branch Library Design Public Meeting January 17th View the plans for the new Silt Branch Library and talk with architects, general contractors, and library administrators about the project. 4:30 to 6 pm Chinese New Year Party for Teens January 28th Come find out if you’re a Rat or a Dragon, snack on eggrolls, and make Chinese lanterns. 1 pm Middle School Valentine Party February 11th Decorate cookies & make valentines. There will be a drawing for a box of chocolates. 1 pm Cross-Stitch for Beginners February 28th Melissa is back by popular demand to teach an encore session. Bring your own materials or get a free starter kit. Registration required. 6 pm You Can Do It: Honoring Women’s History Month March 6th Author & historian Jill Tietjen will speak about the amazing achievements of women in American history. 7 pm Teddy Bear Storytime - March 15th Come dressed in jammies and bring your favorite stuffed animal to this special nighttime storytime. 6:30 pm Photography Tips & Tricks March 22nd Local professional photographer Ashley Mickelson will show you tips & tricks to make pictures of your family & friends zing! In addition to basic tips, she will focus on how to use lighting to create dynamic photos. 6 pm CLOSURES** Garfield County Libraries Sunday, January 1st. Rifle Branch Parachute Branch Art in the Stacks - Jan 3rd, Feb 7th, March 6th 6:30 pm Page Turners (Book Club) - Jan 10th, Feb 14th, March 14th 7 pm Teen Reads Book Club - Every First Tuesday of the Month 6 pm Tackle it Tuesdays - Every Second Tuesday of the Month Work on your crafting project for as much time as you wish, in a great space with other creative souls. Dinner reservations required. 10 am to 7 pm Rifle Friends Book Club - Every Third Tuesday of the Month 12 pm Bedtime Storytime - Every Third Tuesday of the Month 6:30pm Paws to Read - Every First Thursday Of the Month 4 pm Reading Buddies Every Thursday 4 pm Wii Wednesdays Every Wednesday 3:30 pm Playing with Tech Toys January 10th 6 pm Crafting WIPs and Friends Jan 14th, Feb 11th, March 10th 10 am to 4 pm Popcorn & a Movie - Jan 16th 1 pm Scrabble Club - Every Third Tuesday 6 pm Disc-A-Palooza - January 21st Repair your scratched DVDs, CDs, and game discs. 11 am to 4 pm Teen Pizza & Movie Night February 10th 6 pm Valentine Card Making for Kids February 11th 1 pm Black History Live Tour February 13th 7 pm Reel Readers - Jan 13th, Feb 17th, March 23rd Featuring “Memoirs of a Geisha” in January. February and March titles TBA. Registration required. 6 pm Iris Paper Folding January 17th Learn to make spectacular greeting cards & framed art. Registration required. 10 am Ladies Who Do Lunch (Book Club) Jan 17th, Feb 21st, March 20th 12 pm Meet the Author: Marilyn M. Barnewall January 18th The author of suspenseful books which include a good look at the United States financial system will be at the library. Her stories include the local settings of Parachute & De Beque. 2 pm The Good, the Bad, and the Gross February 1st Registration Suggested. 3 pm Rock Band Tourney- March 10 1 pm Meet the Author: Susan Hornick - February 15th Learn about her first novel (which sold out of its original print run), as well as the second novel she is currently writing. 2 pm Hunger Games Movie Release Party - March 16th 6 pm Anime Club - Feb 22nd & March 21st 2:30 pm Green Eggs & Ham Breakfast and Storytime March 2nd 10:30 am Spring Break Popcorn & a Movie March 27th 1 pm Read With Me Week Read Together and Win Great Prizes Families can celebrate Read With Me Week by tracking read-aloud sessions from Thursday, February 23rd through Wednesday, February 29th. Sponsored by numerous community organizations, Read With Me Week promotes early childhood literacy throughout Garfield County with fun activities including library Storytimes and special community events for parents and children ages 6 months to 5 years. Families who keep track of their daily read-aloud sessions will be entered in a drawing for prizes such as new books and gift certificates to local retailers and restaurants. For read-aloud tracking forms visit your local library. For a full schedule of events or more information call Raising A Reader at 970-230-9117 or visit Reach Out and Read’s website: www.reachoutandreadco.org. Get Ready for Discover Earth The Garfield County Libraries are extremely delighted to announce that the Rifle Branch has been chosen as one of only ten libraries in the nation to host Discover Earth: A Century of Change. The exhibit focuses on earth science topics such as weather, water cycle, and ecosystem changes through interactive multimedia displays that will allow visitors to learn and experience the exhibit in a dynamic way. The traveling exhibit will be in Rifle from mid-June to mid-August. The library will also be presenting events in conjunction with the exhibit so watch out for more info in the coming months. This Quiz Game is just one of the many interactive pieces in the exhibit. Database Spotlight TumbleBooks are now iCompatible! TumbleBooks is one of Garfield County Libraries’ free electronic resources available on our website. TumbleBooks has hundreds of animated books, complete with voice-overs and music, that you and your child can read along with. This is a fun way to get tiny tots interested in stories and a great tool to help new readers improve their reading skills. The TumbleBook Library includes Story Books for younger kids and TumbleReadables for older kids. Most titles include information on appropriate grade level to help you find a story that’s just challenging enough for your young reader. You and your child can browse through subjects like holidays, sports, and adventure, or check out the list of New Books. It’s a fun activity to do together, especially on a cold winter day! If you are an iPad user, we have good news for you: TumbleBooks and TumbleReadables are now available for use on an iPad! IPads cannot play Flash – that is, the computer programming that brings books to life on the small screen through TumbleBooks and TumbleReadables. But now the fine folks at TumbleBooks have produced a selection of titles without the use of Flash, and they’re working on even more. You’ll find TumbleBooks and TumbleReadables on our Kids’ Fun Stuff page: browse to our website at www.gcpld.org, click on the “Kids” link near the top of any page, then click on the frog. The TumbleBook Library also includes educational games, books in Spanish and French, and the ability to navigate the site in other languages such as Spanish. Like most of the library’s databases, TumbleBooks can be accessed at the library or from home with your library card number. To find iPad-compatible titles, click on the red “Story Books” button on the TumbleBooks home page, then click on the green “iPad Books” button near the center at the top of the page. You may also use the TumbleSearch feature to search for “iPad.” Whatever type of device you use, we hope you enjoy TumbleBooks and TumbleReadables. Happy Tumbling! Teen Tech Week Teen Tech Week is a celebration of technology, and all the great ways we can use it. This year’s Teen Tech Week lasts March 4th through 10th, and the libraries will be hosting a couple events we hope you enjoy. First, the Gordon Cooper Branch in Carbondale will host “Geek Out @ Your Library” on Wednesday, March 7th at 6 pm. For this program the library has invited high school students to become the teachers so community members can get their computer questions answered, learn to navigate the internet, and discover the joys of social media. Then there will be a Wii Rock Band Tournament in Rifle at 1 pm on Saturday, March 10th. So bring some friends or join a band when you get there, just be prepared to rock! If you are interested for more ways to enjoy Teen Tech Week see if you can complete this Top 10 List: 1. Download an ebook or audiobook from the library. 2. Visit the library's webpage. 3. Check out the library’s new mobile app GCPLD 2 GO for your phone. 4. Blog about a library book or program. 5. Create a book trailer for your favorite book and if you want to share it email it to email@example.com. 6. Ask your librarian to recommend a nonfiction book on an area of technology that interests you. 7. Many young adult authors welcome email from their readers. Many have their own websites, blogs, and Twitter/Facebook accounts. Why not send them a message in honor of Teen Tech Week? 8. Check out some video games, DVDs, or CDs from your library. 9. Review a book, movie, or CD on the library’s catalog. 10. Download a newspaper article from the day you were born from an electronic database. Literacy Outreach New Year’s Resolutions receive a higher income; use the Internet and email; vote, What is your New Year’s Resolution? Lose weight, quit smokvolunteer, and access information about current local and ing, exercise more, read a book a week, make a difference in the world? The start of a New Year has always been a time for look- national events. ing back to the past, and more Resolving to make a difference in the world is importantly, forward to the coma noble New Year’s resolution, and volunteering year. It’s a time to reflect on ing is a wonderful way to make it happen. The the changes we want to make and rewards for volunteering are endless. Volunresolve to follow through on teering is a great way to make friends, develop those changes. useful new skills, impact others well being, and gain experience that help develop your career. Many of us start the year with the It is also extremely satisfying. best of intentions determined to start fresh. Literacy Outreach Volunteers are needed to make a difference in learners want to improve their the life of an adult learner and their families lives by increasing their literacy this year. Would you like to make a differskills. Energized and invigorated Executive Director Martha Fredendall talks to volunteers. ence? You can. Learn more about the rewith a sense of hope from the wards and requirements for volunteering start of a new year, they register to learn to read, write, compute with Literacy Outreach. An information session will be held basic math or speak English. Then they wait. Determined to January 3 at 10:00 a.m. at the Parachute Branch Library. improve their lives, sometimes learners wait as long as one year Another session will be held on the same day at 5:30 p.m. at for the opportunity to work with a volunteer tutor. Waiting too the Glenwood Springs Branch Library. long can make all good intentions go away. What is your New Year’s resolution? Make a difference this Why is adult literacy important? According to the National Coa- year by sharing the gift of reading. The need has never been lition for Literacy, literacy skills impact every aspect of adult life. greater. Please help by volunteering or donating. Adults who are more literate are more likely to: read to their -Martha Fredendall, Executive Director children and discuss school topics; be employed full time and Garfield County Public Library District P.O. Box 832 Rifle, CO 81650 NONPROFIT ORG U.S. POSTAGE PAID RIFLE, CO 81650 PERMIT NO.75 Library Branches & Hours Gordon Cooper (Carbondale) 970-963-2889 Mon. & Wed. 10-8 Tues. & Thurs. 10-6 Fri. & Sat. 10-5 Sunday Closed Glenwood Springs 970-945-5958 Mon. & Wed. 10-6 Tues. & Thurs. 10-8 Fri. & Sat. 10-5 Sunday 1-5 New Castle 970-984-2346 *temporary location Mon. & Wed. 10-6 Tues. & Thurs. 10-8 Fri. & Sat. 10-5 Sunday Closed Silt 970-876-5500 Mon. & Wed. 10-6 Tues. & Thurs. 10-8 Fri. & Sat. 10-5 Sunday Closed Rifle 970-625-3471 Mon. & Wed. 10-6 Tues. & Thurs. 10-8 Fri. & Sat. 10-5 Sunday 1-5 Parachute 970-285-9870 Mon. & Wed. 10-6 Tues. & Thurs. 10-8 Fri. & Sat. 10-5 Sunday Closed The libraries are closed on most Federal holidays Get the Skills Here... to Get the Job You Want! Basic Internet: January 4th at 6 pm at Gordon Cooper Branch January 12th at 6 pm in Parachute* January 22nd at 2 pm in Glenwood Springs January 29th at 2 pm in Rifle* Job Searching: January 8th at 2 pm in Glenwood Springs* January 18th at 6 pm at Gordon Cooper Branch* January 19th at 6 pm in Silt* Resume Building: January 15th at 2 pm in Rifle January 21st at 2 pm in Parachute February 1st at 6 pm at Gordon Cooper Branch* February 4th at 2 pm in Glenwood Springs* March 15th at 6 pm in Silt Email Basics: February 15th at 6 pm at Gordon Cooper Branch February 16th at 6 pm in Silt* February 19th at 2 pm in Glenwood Springs March 8th at 6 pm in Parachute* March 25th at 2 pm in Rifle* Computers for Beginners: February 9th at 6 pm in Parachute* February 26th at 2 pm in Rifle Interviewing Techniques: March 11th at 2 pm in Rifle March 17th at 6 pm in Parachute How to Write a Cover Letter: February 12th at 2 pm in Rifle February 18th at 2 pm in Parachute March 4th at 2 pm in Glenwood Springs* March 7th at 6 pm at Gordon Cooper Branch Word Processing: March 18th at 2 pm in Glenwood Springs March 21st at 6 pm at Gordon Cooper Branch * Denotes ESL course conducted in English with Spanish support.