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Library to hold Journaling, English and Word

Posted: Friday, December 22, 2017

A new year means a chance to get back to being productive and tackling those projects and tasks. For those looking for an easy and stress-free way to track their to-do list, the Huntington Library’s Creative Productivity Bullet Journaling 101 course is a must-attend. Bullet Journaling was invented by Ryder Carroll, and is filled with tricks and tips for tracking one’s tasks, projects and other lists in a notebook.

The workshop will take place at the Huntington Library on Thursday, January 18 at 6:30 p.m. and at the Markle Branch Library on Friday, January 19 at 6 p.m., and will be led by the library’s marketing specialist, Devon Henderson, who has been Bullet Journaling for four years. Attendees will learn the ins-and-outs of the method, as well as kick start their own bullet journal. The workshop is free and geared towards teens and adults.

For those looking to practice their English, the Huntington Library will begin holding ESL Conversation Corner meetings, starting January 18. The meetings take place four times each month, each at 5:15 p.m.; every first and third Thursday of the month is geared towards those new to English, with the second and fourth for those with more experience speaking the language. Everyone is welcome, including native English speakers.

The Huntington Library will host an Intermediate Word Workshop at 6 p.m., Tuesday, January 16. For those who already possess a basic understanding of Microsoft Word, this workshop will take the next step in developing attendees’ skills with the popular business software. Learn how to insert tables, format images and more formatting tips, in addition to other intermediate-level skills. The library will provide laptops for those attending, though attendees are welcome to bring their own, as well. Registration is requested for those who would like to use a laptop from the library - to sign up, call the Reference Desk at (260) 356-0824.