New Device Advice at Howland Library

If you need a helping hand with your Kindle or Nook, your iPod or iPad, or need to learn how to download an app or load an e-book onto your smartphone, then the Howland Public Library’s Teen Geek, Justice McCray, can come to your rescue.

Bring your electronic device and your questions, and McCray will do his best to help you out, from noon to 4 p.m. most Sundays.

McCray is one of more than 30 teens working as a Teen Geek throughout libraries in the area. The Teen Geek Squad program, which assists with digital literacy, receives funding from Dutchess County and is administered by the Poughkeepsie Public Library District.

For more information, contact Alison Herrero at the Howland Public Library at 845-831-1134.

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