It's "cool" at Evelyn Meador Library

 

Monday July 23rd maybe the hottest day of the summer for people here in Houston. Temperatures and heat indexes are expected to be in the triple digits the rest of this week. These dangerous Temperatures have led Harris County to designate the libraries in their system as cooling centers. So if you are sitting at home and sweating your butt off, come on down to the library to relax and cool down.

While you’re here check out all our amazing programs we have on offer. Tuesday we have our weekly 7:00 pm Microsoft Office class this week we will be discussing Excel and how to do formulas, sort, and filters. We also will be starting our Maker Camp Series: Intro to the Arduino Computer System 3 day program at 4:00 pm where you will get an introduction to the Arduino Computer system. Wednesday we have a Create Resumes in Microsoft Word class you will not want to miss starting at 1:30 pm. Friday is our Transfer Photos from Smart Phone to Flash Drive class at 2:30 pm. Then we have a new program for you Solar Water Purifier where you will learn how to make your own solar water purifier. Learn about osmosis and how it purifies your water. This class will teach you how to build a water purifier out of materials you can find at the hardware store. You will not be building a water purifier. And, then on Saturday we have our at 10:30 am. This class is required if you want to use Harris County Public Libraries 3D printers.

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