Library to Offer Free Computer Clinics

Will cover genealogy, iPhones, website building

The Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison will offer a series of free computer clinics on Tuesday nights over the summer. Each session begins at 6:30 p.m. On June 21, the session will explain the basics of using the genealogy pay site Ancestry.com, which is available free at the library.

On June 28, “cybrarian” Pam McCluskey will share tips on attaching pictures and videos to emails and text messages, using Facetime and improving your battery life of your iPad and iPhone. On July 5 she will offer instructions on building your own website using Wix and on July 21 provide tips on using Androids, Fitbits and smartwatches.


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