Memorial Hall Library's Makerspace programs focus on hands-on
learning, technology, creativity, and idea sharing. Find a new
way to keep busy in The Beehive!
"Bee Busy" in The Beehive
- Do you like to make things?
- Do you want to learn more about
technology and library-related
- Do you enjoy art, crafts,
writing, or photography?
- Do you want to meet new people
and try new things?
The Beehive events will
encourage learning, thinking, and trying
new things including: technology
sessions, author visits, hands-on
crafts, and other activities.
The Beehive will move around
depending on the space needs of the
The Beehive calendar
for the list of upcoming events. Some
events require registration.
Wednesday, August 20, 10-11 am or 3-4 pm
This class is designed for adults and children to work in pairs.
Children can bring a favorite adult and learn some basic hand sewing
techniques. Design a simple pincushion, book mark or sachet with colorful
felt and wool. Materials provided, no sewing experience necessary.
Kids will go back to school with a new skill to pass on!
In the Activity Room.
Space is limited. Sign up both adult and child for one session at online.
Introduction to Microsoft Word 2010
Sign up for this two-part course on Microsoft Word 2010. Learn to create
and format documents, work with images and graphics,
and more. Staff librarian Curtis Wyant will provide
hands-on help. Computers provided by the library. Meets in the Teen Room.
Note: By registering, you are automatically registered for both sessions.
at or call 978-623-8401 x31. Limit 8.
Learn how to buy and sell items using eBay and Craigslist! Staff librarian
Curtis Wyant will walk you through the process. Both sessions will be held
in the Activity Room. Registration required. Register online
or call 978-623-8401 x31.
Buying & Selling on eBay
Wednesday, October 29 at 7 pm
Learn the basics of buying, selling, and managing payments with PayPal in this introductory class.
Buying & Selling on Craigslist
Wednesday, November 5 at 7 pm
Learn how to buy and sell items locally using online classifieds site Craigslist.
Bring your eBook reader, USB cord, library card, and your questions
for a hands-on session with Overdrive. Kindle users should bring their
Amazon login and password, and iPad users their Apple ID. Meets in Friends Alcove 2 on the Ground Floor.
Compatible devices include the Barnes & Noble NOOK, Sony Reader,
Apple iPhone and iPad, as well as several Android-based
phones and tablets. For a complete list,
Please register at mhl.org/eventcalendar and
also email email@example.com which device you will bring to the session.