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Intro to Computers
Intro to eBooks
*Computer classes are free but do require advance registration. Please call 317-896-9391 to sign up.
If none of these options fit into your schedule, consider signing up for a one-on-one technology session. Sessions are an hour long and can cover any topic of your choosing.
English as a Second Language: Do you know someone who would like to learn or improve their English skills? WWPL offers free ESL classes for levels of speakers from beginning to advanced. Registration required.
¿Conoce a alguien a quien le gustaría aprender o mejorar sus conocimientos de inglés? WWPL ofrece clases de ESL gratis para todos los niveles de hablantes de comienzo al nivel intermedio. Registro requerido.
Information Services & Adult Programming
WWPL's Information and Reference Services Department offers a variety of programs, classes and materials. There are two book discussion groups that meet once a month as well as an online book club accessible anytime. The outreach program serves two local retirement communities and the home bound. The literacy program offers English as a Second Language (ESL) for all ages with skilled tutors and convenient class meeting times.
Adult Summer Reading Program
June 9th - August 17, 2014
Special Summer Programs
Elements of Alternative Healing/Treatment
Elaine Englert from Reliv International will speak about supplements and the difference between managed care vs. preventative health care.
Lars Huiras, owner of the Legend Massage Therapy will speak about how massage can heal ailments that may even prevent surgeries. Lars will offer FREE healing massage at end of the session.
Elements of Memoir Writing
Kip Robisch has a PhD in English and has taught literature and creative writing for more than 20 years. He has published a book of literary scholarship, a number of short stories and articles, and poetry. He teaches for The Indianapolis Writers Center and works as a private coach and tutor as well as a creativity consultant for individuals and organizations.
Elements of Tai Chi
Michael Heinz has been teaching Tai Chi in the Indianapolis area since 1992. He holds Master-level teaching certification from Grandmaster William C.C. Chen.
Michael is an adjunct professor at Butler University where, in addition to Tai Chi, he teaches classes in linguistics and Chinese philosophy.
Women Traveling Solo
Elements of Medicare
Cheryl Wade from UnitedHealthCare invites you to the Medicare Made Clear™ meeting to learn more about your Medicare choices. This program is open to anyone eligible or soon to be eligible for Medicare, or anyone with interest in learning more about how Medicare works.
Watercolor Painting Class: Talented artist Jan Roland teaches a class in Watercolor Painting and Techniques on the third Thursday of each month @ 10:15 AM. No previous art experience is necessary, and the class fee of $15 includes all materials. You must preregister by calling (317) 896-9391.
Summer Sessions - June 19, July 17 & August 21
Nancy - Information & Reference Services Manager
Do you have a question? For quick questions, call 317-896-9391 and ask for the Information Desk. For more involved inquiries (e.g. research) submit an email to email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
The Westfield Washington Public
Library Euchre Group the 2nd
& 4th Wednesday of every month @ 5:30 PM. Come and enjoy a relaxing evening of fun with some great people at this
Join the Westfield Genealogy Club on the 1st Saturday of every month @10:15 AM and share ideas, new Web sites and sources about family history, as well as meet some terrific people. The club meets the first Saturday of every month in the Sumner Room, and all genealogists are welcome to become members.
Free Coupon Exchange
We now have a "Free Coupon Exchange" basket at the Reference & Information Desk. Take Some. Leave Some.
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