Coding Camp at Central City Public Library
Books Are Just the Beginning at Nebraska Libraries and Coding Camp for youngsters in Grade 2-8 at the  at the Central City Public Library is one more example. This class is sponsored by Nebraska Extension and designed so that anyone who can read, can learn to code in a game  environment. For more information see http://libraries.ne.gov/centralcity/2017/09/20/sign-up-for-coding-camp-here/.
Salsa Canning Workshop at Columbus Public Library
Books Are Just the Beginning at Nebraska libraries and the Salsa Canning Workshop Sept. 19 at the Columbus Public Library auditorium helps demonstrate it. Participants will learn how to preserve garden produce using a salsa recipe in a hands-on workshop, and everyone will leave with a jar of homemade salsa. Spanish translation will be available. […]
Kearney Public Library Offers Class on Using Online Genealogy Resources
In honor of the first U.S. Federal Census taken in August 1790, Kearney Public Library offers  training on how to use the free online Ancestry Library Edition database. This new way to help you climb your family tree is one more example of how Books Are Just the Beginning in Nebraska Libraries. For more information see https://www.facebook.com/KearneyPublicLibrary.

In Nebraska Libraries: Books are Just the Beginning

Libraries across Nebraska offer so much to the community! Our libraries offer books and so much more–digital resources (including eBooks and audiobooks), access to computers with broadband connection, community events and activities, and recreational resources. Nebraska libraries are lifelong educational partners in our Nebraska communities.

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Nebraska Libraries in the News