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Basic Computing for Seniors

Emmi MacIntyre
1 p.m., Thursday April 25
Just the basics of using a computer and the Internet! In this 4-week class you will learn how to use a mouse, navigate the Windows desktop, get to websites, use search engines, and use email. Register.

Where: Boone County Public Library, Florence Branch
Phone: 859-342-2665
Address: 7425 U.S. 42
Website: bpcl.org

Boone County Public Library, Florence Branch

7425 U.S. 42
Florence, Kentucky
41042
 
The Boone County Public Library in Florence.
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