Wednesday 26 September 3.00-4.30pm. 1st Job Survival Guide: getting yourself across the line, Young Adults 13-18 Years. Applying for a position, acing the interview and how to deal with the stress and keep your confidence high when job searching. Session presented by Deborah Moseley, Queensland Youth Industry Links and Rick Colclough, Workplace support. Bookings essential.
Friday 28 September 1.30-3.00pm. Spring ArtScool with Cheryl Nonmus. Mixed media artwork. Children will discover and draw objects surrounding us in the gallery and combine these in a new composition with a short written personal story. 8-12 Years old. $15 per child. Bookings and pre-payment essential.
HOLIDAY Library Closure Queen’s Birthday Public Holiday Sunshine Coast Libraries will be closed on Monday 1 October 2012 for the Queen’s Birthday public holiday.
Wednesday 3 October 1.00-2.30pm Make a mini ocean using boxes, found objects and materials. For ages 5-8. Bookings essential.
Thursday 4 October 9.30-111.30am. Come and find out about the iPad! You’ll discover how to use the iPad for internet, email, photos, connecting with family and friends, reading books, watching movies, listening to music and more… Demonstration session with time afterwards for ‘hands-on’ discovery. Please note: BYO iPad if you have one. Bookings essential.
Wednesday 7 October 2-.3.30pm. Emotional Healing– Set Stress Free. Pam Dodson is an intuitive psychotherapist who will show you how to use your unique ability perform your own inner healing. Learn ways to reduce anxiety and stress, develop personal power and intuition, identify thought patterns and how to bring fun back into your life! www.pamdodson.com Bookings essential.
Thursday 11 & 18 October 9.30-11.30am. iPad: Built-in Apps- Learn about application software. Come and find out about using your iPad’s built-in apps. This is a two week course. Must have own iPad, Apple account and credit if wishing to purchase new apps. Bookings essential.
Wednesday 17 October 2-3.30pm. Eye Fitness- Natural Vision Improvement How to regain and maintain clear eyesight without prescriptions or surgery. Topics covered include: the causes of visual blur, what the numbers on your prescription mean, why you are the vision type you are, specific activities for good eyesight, reversing reading blur, and caring for your vision in life. Presented by Carina Goodrich author of The Practical Guide to Natural Vision Improvement. Bookings essential.
Thursday 25 October 9.30-11.30am. Become eBook savvy. Come along and learn how to access SCL eBooks and digital audio books. Find out if your eReader is compatible and what you need to do to download the files to read eBooks with success! Bookings essential.
Friday 26th October 10am Day for Daniel. Fundraising morning tea hosted by the Beerwah Friends of the Library. Come and support this fantastic charity.
Wednesday 31 October 2-3.30pm. Empowered from Pain. You are invited to hear Garry Little, The author of Shattering the Pain Myth: how you can live a pain free life now! speak about how to live a pain free life by addressing the true cause of pain, stiffness and injury. Bookings essential.
A free Justice of the Peace (JP) service is available at Beerwah library on Mondays and Thursdays 10.00-12.30pm.
And our regular sessions.
• Baby Rhyme Time is held every Monday at 10.30 am for Infants aged 0-1year.
• Story Time for Toddlers is held every Tuesday at 10.30 am for children aged 1-5 years.
• Computer Help on a variety of topics, such as Introduction to Internet, Gmail and Skype, Computer Basics, How to download eBooks, What is an iPad, Facebook and Buy and sell online? Bookings are essential.
Contact your library on 1300 542727 or visit us at 25 Peachester Road.
Dell, Amanda and Staff at Beerwah Library
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