Microsoft Access is a database program that easily organizes contacts, employees and other groups of data. With multiple organization options and the ability to link or import information from other databases, the program allows you to search and categorize data into various methods, including forms, reports and tables. The purpose of this class is to introduce participants to the basics of Microsoft Access including creating tables, forms, queries and reports. The class assumes the student has some experience with Windows and using a mouse.
Classes are FREE but we do ask that you call (903) 237-1354 or stop in and register in advance. Also, if you sign-up for a class and cannot make it, please be considerate and call and cancel with us so that we may give your spot to someone else. We hate turning away people, as many of our classes do fill up!
It's almost October and that means Halloween is just around the corner! Candy, costumes & being scared is what it's all about!
For some safe, spooky fun for kids ages 5 -12, check out Longview Public Library’s Haunted House! That's right, we're bringing it back and it's gonna be better than ever!
Visit the Moeschle Room for thrills and chills on Tuesday, October 30th. Come in, Come in. . . .IF you dare! The freaky fun kicks off at 6:30 PM.
What: TAB (Teen Advisory Board) Meeting
When: Thursday, September 6th @ 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Where: Moeschle Room @ Longview Public Library
Who: Any & all Teens interested in the Library & reading
What: To plan Fall & Winter teen events @ LPL
Why: Because it is fun & we need YOU!!!!
*As always, some form of sugar will be provided! :)
I Read To Animals is a unique program that we introduced last year. Made possible by a grant received from the Texas State Library, the program is very effective at helping children to practice reading by alleviating the fear and embarrassment that is often associated with reading aloud in a classroom setting. Animals are friendly, patient listeners and can be great confidence builders.
We will be offering another session of I Read To Animals on Wednesday, August 15th at 3:00 PM.. We will use this time to allow kids to come into the library and practice their reading skills by reading aloud to real animals, provided by the Texas Star Rescue group. Grab your favorite animal-related book and come on into the library during this special time to sharpen those reading skills while entertaining a new furry friend!
For more information, stop by the library or call Miss Monica at 903-237-1027.
Youth Art 101
Youth Art 101
30th Annual Senior Citizens Extravaganza Hawaiian Luau
The dogs will take over the pool on the last day of the season. For more information contact the Parks & Recreation Dept. 903-237-1270.
City offices will be closed Monday, July 5, 2010 in observance of Independence Day.
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