Friday, September 19, 2014

At the Library - By Sally Holt

“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” Henry Ford
Today’s library as it transforms and embraces more technology based materials like ebooks and databases for both recreational reading and research is increasingly delving into collaborations with outside organizations, educational institutions, businesses and other libraries. Libraries are also seeking individuals willing to share their knowledge and experiences with the library community.

This summer’s partnerships included Loon Echo Land Trust, Gorham Savings Bank, Raymond Fire Department, Classic Paws Inc. and numerous Raymond businesses.

This fall we are pleased to welcome Windham-Raymond Adult Education as a new partner. The following classes will be held at the Raymond Village Library.

Marriage and Money – Is your marriage struggling due to financial stress?

We guide couples getting married and those currently married to achieve a healthy financial relationship. We help relieve you of any financial burdens and stress so that you can have a successful marriage. 
Couples will learn how to: Create a household budget and stick to it. Pay down any debt accrued. Start saving for your future together. Plan for the unexpected. As a couple, create a total financial game plan. Instructor: Crystal Rogers, Primerica Financial Representative. Held on Tuesday, September 23, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m, for one session. It is FREE (pre-registration is required by calling 892-1819).

High School Diploma and OnLine Learning
Take classes and earn credits toward completing your high school diploma. We have traditional classroom or small group instruction, self-study and even onsite computer based learning opportunities. Call Lisa Robertson at 892-1819 now to schedule an appointment to discuss these flexible, high-quality, interactive solutions. Rolling admission. Instructor: Sam Gifford, Monday, Sept. 8 until Dec 15, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

HiSET/Math Lab
HiSet pre-testing, test taking strategies and skill building are offered to prepare students for successful completion of the new High School Equivalency Test (HiSet). Rolling Admission. Instructor: Sam Gifford. Monday, Sept. 8 until Dec. 15 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

 Understanding Your Mobile Device/Tablet
All the new technology out there can cause one’s head to spin! Just what can they do? What is the difference between Kindle, Android, iPad or what kind of SMART phone would be best for you? What if I only want to listen to music… or surf the “net”? What an each of these devices really do? Join us for a quick demonstration of different devices and a chance for you to ask your burning questions about the ever changing world of technology. Instructor, Adam Dawes. Wednesday, Sept. 24 from  3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fee: $9

Check the Raymond Village Library website at for more information about author visits, children’s programs and other adult programming, email the library at sally.holt@raymondvillagelibrary or call us at 655-4283.

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