Adult Learner's Week

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Tarvin Library is celebrating Adult Learner's Week on Thursday 19th June 2014 with a free drop in session titled "Getting up-to-date with the Electronic Age"

Local volunteers will be in the library from 2-4pm that day offering free help and guidance with the basics for getting online, how to use your Tablet or laptop, and how to talk live with your family and relatives via the Internet. Download poster here

This will suit residents of all ages so why not drop in and see what it is all about

For more information regarding Adult Learner's Week click here

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