St Helens programme to better your knowledge

St Helens Central Library’s Mandi Brown, Bill Renshaw, Gayle Rowley promote the e-book service

St Helens Central Library’s Mandi Brown, Bill Renshaw, Gayle Rowley promote the e-book service

First published in News

THIS week is Adult Learners Week when a whole range of opportunities to expand your knowledge is being highlighted by St Helens Council’s Adult and Community Learning team.

Every Wednesday between 5pm and 7pm at the Central Library arts activities the Other Ways Of Telling arts project is seeking new members who have stories to tell or want to try their hand at singing, music making, writing and drama.

For those who want to improve their computer skills computer drop-in sessions are being held every Thursday from 9.30am until 3pm during school term time at Chain Lane Community Centre, Hinckley Road.

You can learn how to browse the internet, shop on line, create emails and documents and work with digital photographs. Tuition is on a one-to-one basis and sessions cost £1 per visit.

Those who have thought about tracing their ancestry will be welcome at a free taster session taking place on Thursday between 1pm and 3pm at the I-Hub room at Central Library.

A free awareness session about money problems is being held on Thursday from 9.30am until 12pm at The Park Road Centre.

For more information on courses call Andrea from the Adult & Community Learning team on 01744 677596.

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