Apr
7
to Apr 8

Flea Market

Over 40 tables of fabulous treasures!

Friday, April 7th 1 pm - 3 pm Saturday, April 8th 9 am - 3 pm

Free parking and admission! Café open!

We will accept Flea Market items from Monday, March 20 to Tuesday, April 4 between 10 am and 2 pm daily. All deliveries can be dropped off at the East side of the building. There will be volunteers on hand to assist you. Acceptable items include: Books, jewelry, puzzles, small household items (clean, in working order) and tools. We Do Not Accept: Bedding, clothing, upholstered items or large furniture.

We need: Jewelry (No boxes required this time, thanks)! Please leave at front desk marked: Jackie Black. Thank you!!

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Apr
4
9:00 AM09:00

Book Sale

9 am - 3 pm daily, and until 7:30 pm on Wednesday April 5th!

Book donations will be accepted up to March 31. We will not be accepting book donations during the week of the book sale. Thank you for your contribution!

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Mar
23
1:00 PM13:00

Computer Skills & Tutorials—1:1

Are you having trouble with some computer programs? Looking for some one-on-one assistance? Sign up for a one hour tutorial with Shawn. When registering, be sure to state what program you would like some assistance with. Note: Tutorials are not meant for technical problems or for absolute beginners.

$50 ($80 Non Members) 
(1 hour sessions) 

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Mar
16
1:00 PM13:00

Clutter Busting with Kijiji

Kijiji is a website that thousands of people use to sell what they don’t need, and to find a bargain. Like the Bargain Finder newspaper or online gar- age sales, it is easy to place an ad. The final sale is done face-to-face. There is no need to worry about things like credit card numbers, or sending money through mail. In this presentation, learn how to create an ad, look for items, and respond to a sale. It’s fun and it’s easy.

$28 ($58 Non Members)

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Mar
2
9:00 AM09:00

Blogging Basics

Are you an aspiring writer? An amateur journal- ist? Or do you just want to let people know about your adventures? This class will introduce participants to a blogging system called Blogger. Part of Google, this allows users to write and post stories, complete with pictures and video, for the entire world to see. Users will be taken through the basics of creating and editing blog posts making your blog site look fancy, and how you might promote your blog.

$28 ($58 Non Members)

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Jan
12
1:00 PM13:00

Chat with Webcams & Skype

Discover how you can cut down on those long distance bills by using your computer to communicate. Skype is a free program that allows you to use your computer like a telephone or video phone. Learn how to sign into a Skype account for ‘free’ instant messaging calls over the internet. Have fun staying in touch with others.

$28 ($58 Non Members) 

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Nov
30
1:30 PM13:30

Armchair Travel: Scotland

 

$2 (You must pre-register)

Presenters: Marie & Al Tauber

Scotland has shaped an identity recognizable the world over and is a small country with stunning contrasts. From the highlands, to the castles, to the locks, to the urban centres of Glasgow and Edinburgh, every turn in the road offers something for the visitor. Join Al and Marie as they share this encore presentation of one of their favorite journeys. 

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Nov
30
1:00 PM13:00

You’re One Click Away: eLearning from EPL

$2 (You must pre-register)

Instructor: Miranda Koshelek, Community Librarian

Do you have a passion and love for learning? Edmonton Public Library offers many exciting continuing education resources that you can access for free. Find out more at this informative session which will highlight some of the excellent tools that are available with a free EPL membership.

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Nov
28
1:00 PM13:00

Hearing Loss: Your 3rd Ear

$2.

Presenter: Cindy Gordon

This program takes participants and their communication partners on a path recognizing unrealistic expectations they may have of hearing aids, accepting the reality of hearing loss, developing an understanding of what they need to do to reconnect with loved ones, and learn to laugh at the foibles of hearing loss. (Bring your audiogram to class if you can!) 

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Nov
28
10:00 AM10:00

Global Financial Market Review

Monday, Nov 28, 10:00 am—12:00 pm $2 (must pre-register) Presenter: Weichurn Woo, Financial Investor & Income Specialist Join Wei Woo as we discuss the latest updates on political, economic, and market developments in the world that is currently affecting your retirement savings and investment strategies now and into the future. We will also look at forward guidance on what to expect for the coming year.

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Nov
25
10:30 AM10:30

Twoonie Talk - Bullying Stops Here

$2

Presenter: Dianne Bray

Most of us think that bullying is a childhood issue, one that fades into the past once we reach adulthood. However, seniors are victims of bullying too. In fact, some reports show that seniors face bullying more often than children. Being aware of senior bullying can help us address the issue. Come to this presentation by the Edmonton North Primary Care Network to learn what older adult bullying looks like, why some people become bullies, and some strategies to stop bullying. 

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Nov
15
1:30 PM13:30

Air Quality & Your Health

 

$2

Presenter: Opel Vuzi

Exposure to indoor and outdoor pollutants can negatively affect our health, especially our respiratory health. Vulnerability to air pollution varies with age and health status. There are a number of sources of air pollutants in indoor and outdoor environments. We can take some actions to reduce our exposure to air pollutants in order to protect our health and that of our families.

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Nov
9
10:00 AM10:00

You’re One Click Away: eNewspapers & eMagazines from EPL

$2 (You must pre-register.)

Instructor: Miranda Koshelek, Community Librarian

Love to keep informed on local and world events? Stay up-to-date on all your interests with Edmonton Public Library’s eNewspapers and eMagazines. Learn how to access today’s newspapers from Edmonton, New York, Warsaw, and beyond, all from the convenience of your laptop or tablet. Interested in this month’s most popular magazines? This session will also cover how to download them on to your device.

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Nov
4
10:00 AM10:00

Downsizing & Decluttering

$2 (you must pre-register)

Presenters: Carol McRae

Do you need help to get organized? Overwhelmed or disorganized at home? Want to downsize, but not sure where to start? Storing too many extras around the house? Struggling to find your desk in the office/home business? Join professional organizer, Carol McRae, for the answer to these questions, and more!

 

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Oct
31
10:00 AM10:00

Twoonie Talk - The Packing Guy

$2

Presenter: Dave Buck

This presentation will review airline baggage rules—domestic, US, and international, and will present some examples of acceptable types of luggage. Also included will be ideas of what and what not, to take on a trip, tips and tricks for more efficient packing and demonstrations of packing accessories. There will also be time for questions. 

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Oct
24
10:00 AM10:00

Understanding Fees with Your Financial Institution

$2

Presenter: Weichurn Woo, Investment Advisor & Income Specialist

An increasing amount of banks and investments firm’s clients are demanding more clarity on the type of investment fees they are paying directly or indirectly, as well as to why. Come join Wei Woo as we explore this very relevant and important issue in depth. 

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Oct
24
9:30 AM09:30

Hearing Loss: Your 3rd Ear

$2

Presenter: Cindy Gordon

This program takes participants and their communication partners on a path recognizing unrealistic expectations they may have of hearing aids, accepting the reality of hearing loss, developing an understanding of what they need to do to reconnect with loved ones, and learn to laugh at the foibles of hearing loss. (Bring your audiogram to class if you can!)

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