Upcoming Events At This Venue
July 24, 2014
This class will discuss formulas, cell references, graphs, and pivot tables. Additionally, we will cover data manipulation utilizing the Consolidate, Sort and Filter commands.
July 28, 2014
On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong stepped down the ladder of the lunar module ‘Eagle’ and uttered the immortal words “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”. That day marked one of the greatest achievements in the history of human civilization.
This presentation will relive those moments and discuss the behind‐the‐scenes events that made this monumental achievement possible. Presenters Greg McCauley and Dave Hudson worked as NASA contractors at the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston in the Mission Planning and Analysis Division for the lunar missions of Apollo 15 and 16, and were members of the Lunar Launch Team for Apollo 17.
July 31, 2014
Gordon Homes, MetLife Center for Special Needs Planning, will cover legal issues including wills, trusts, special needs trusts and guardianship, as well as financial issues such as Medicaid and SSI. Changes to the Autism and Developmental Disability Medicaid Waiver will also be covered. Program is sponsored by Unlocking the Spectrum unlockingthespectrum.com.
August 5, 2014
Receive emotional support and practical assistance in coping with the issues you face and the latest information on research. Meetings are confidential. Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Indiana. Group will meet the first Tuesday of each month at the library.
August 14, 2014
Join us on the Plaza as 240sweet Artisan Foodworks’ Chef Alexa demonstrates how to use your garden produce to create tomato, pesto, and fried goat cheese salad; pickled veggies; Thai spring rolls and fruit shrubs. Samples all around! Bring your own chair. Sponsored by the Bartholomew County Library Associates. Rain location, Red Room.
August 18, 2014
Kimberly Parish, licensed Red Cross instructor, will cover recognizing when there is an emergency and calling 911, hands-only CPR and some basic first aid. We will discuss signs of a heart attack, stroke and some other common life threatening emergencies. This is not a certified course.
August 21, 2014
Norbert Krapf, Indiana Poet Laureate 2008 to 2010, kept a secret for half a century: as a boy in Jasper, he was molested by his parish priest. Seven years ago Krapf began writing poems about his abuse and the result is Catholic Boy Blues. Tonight’s event will include a reading from poems in the book in four voices (the boy, the man, the priest, and Mr. Blues, an advisor and healer), question and answer, and a book signing. Lynn Pittman, LCSW and Child Abuse Prevention Coordinator, Raina Jones from Family Service, Inc. will be present as local resources. Viewpoint Books will have copies of Catholic Boy Blues for sale. Krapf recently received the Indiana Authors Award as the best Regional Author. Sponsored by the Bartholomew County Library Associates.
August 27, 2014
Are biotech foods safe to eat? Most of us have eaten genetically modified foods without knowing it, but are they safe? Experts say 60% to 70% of processed foods on U.S. grocery shelves have genetically modified ingredients. Carolyn Behrman, Natural Choices for Healthful Living, will chat about these foods and if they are good for you or work against you.