The Hiawassee Branch began as a bookmobile station in 1962 and was first known as the Pine Hills Library. In later moves the branch became the West Colonial branch and in March 2000, Hiawassee. In early 2010, the Hiawassee Branch moved to a new home near the corner of Hiawassee Road and West Colonial Drive in the Highland Lakes shopping plaza.
Learn how to use the mouse and keyboard to navigate within the computer's interface. Practice using these two devices with hands-on exercises and online resources. Recommended Audience: Adult
Come join us for a free nutritious meal for kids 18 and under. Get a lunch from the Orange County Public Schools Food Bus in the library parking lot, then bring it inside to the library meeting room and nourish your tummy and your mind!
Use Snap Circuits to explore the basics of electronics while you build exciting projects such as a flashing light, an alarm, a doorbell and more. Make learning electronics a snap. Fun for anyone ages 8 years and up. Registered children under 12 must be accompanied by a registered adult, guardian or older sibling in the workshop. This class is taught in a collaborative learning environment. Participants may work in teams of 2-3 students.
Etidyan yo pral konprann ki jan yon òdinatè itilize.
Aprann diferan kalite òdinatè, diferan pyès debaz ki nan òdinatè-a epi tou diferan lojisyèl ki fè òdinatè-a foksyone.
This class is taught in Haitian Creole.