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What's on - East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure Trust

What's on

Join us in our libraries this autumn for a wide range of events; we celebrate Book Week Scotland, National Poetry Day and Roald Dahl day. And if you love crime and mystery - join us for Dead Good October.

You can browse the full autumn programme here: pdf icon Culture Brochure Autumn 2017 [7Mb]


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Brand new Colour Therapy clubs are now running at Thornliebank and Busby library. Contact Busby Library on 0141 577 4971 or Thornliebank library on 0141 577 4983 for full details.


Adult Learner 3 Get online

Terrified of tablets? No idea about iPads? Cautious of computers? Fear not! We have a range of beginners' classes to help get you online and use a tablet or PC. Latest dates in the table below.


Book Week Scotland 2017 BOOK WEEK SCOTLAND

It's back and this year's theme is 'Nourish' so have a look at the tasty menu of events happening between Monday 27 November and Sunday 3 December. Full details can be found here.


HeritageSessions Heritage sessions

With a heritage centre in Giffnock Library, a collection of heritage material at Barrhead Foundry and a website - www.portaltothepast.co.uk - we have many resources available to help you with local and family history. Come and join in with one of our free events or sessions and begin your journey into the past.

 

Get Online

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Watch this space for future dates and other classes available.

To find out more about the full range of tablet classes or other courses using PCs, book an Information Session at your local library to speak to an advisor, or visit our What can I learn page.

To book a class, contact your local library.

 LocationDayTime

Snap 'n' Share
Learn how to snap photos with your tablet and share them online with family and friends via e-mail. BOOKING ESSENTIAL

You must bring your own tablet (Android, Apple iPad, other), know your e-mail address and password, or Apple ID and password, and bring your mobile phone to the class.

Barrhead FoundryMonday 23 October10.00am
(1½ hours)
Mearns LibraryThursday 30 November2.00pm
(1½ hours)

Introduction to Android tablets: Get Connected to the Internet
Learn how to connect to East Renfrewshire Libraries' free WiFi and browse the internet on your own Android tablet. BOOKING ESSENTIAL

We can provide a tablet for you if you don't have one. You'll need an e-mail address to register for our WiFi - the tutor can help you with this, if necessary.
NOTE: This is not an Apple iPad class.

Barrhead FoundryMonday 30 October10.00am
(1½ hours)

Tap 'n' Talk: Skype
Want to use your tablet to keep in touch, face-to-face, with family and friends who may be far away? Then come along with your device and have fun learning how to download, register and use the Skype app to make and receive free video calls.  Please note that an understanding of how your device works is required for this session. BOOKING ESSENTIAL

You must bring your own tablet (Android, Apple iPad, other), know your e-mail address and password, or Apple ID and password, and bring your mobile phone to the class.

Mearns LibraryFriday 20 October2.00pm
(2 hours)
Barrhead FoundryWednesday 29 November10.00am
(2 hours)
Heritage Classes

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An Introduction to Ancestry
Ancestry Library Edition is a must for anyone looking into their family history. Access to this fabulous resources for free at your local library. This  informal session will help you master the basics and you'll soon be searching with ease through the millions of world wide records. 
To book your free place please ask at your local library.

Local and Family History Drop-in
Have you hit a family history brick wall? Do you need help with local history research or would you just like advice on using the heritage resources? Drop-in and meet the local studies librarian and get started on your story.
Free event - no need to book.

Online Family History for Fearties
Is your terror of technology stopping you accessing all the amazing family history resources that can now be found online? Over a series of five friendly sessions you will gain the skills and confidence that you need to use a computer and access the internet. Along the way, you will explore different family history sites and then progress to more detailed sessions on Ancestry Library Edition
To book your free place please ask at your local library.

Classes take place in various libraries at different times. For booking information and a full list of venues, dates and times visit Portal to the Past

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