March at Lake County Public Library

March 1-28 – Impact Survey

Lake County Public Library wants to know how people use the library’s computers and Internet connection so we can make these services better. Patrons are asked to take part in a short survey during March to share how library computers have an impact on their lives. The survey asks about technology use for education, employment, entrepreneurship, health and wellness, eGovernment, civic engagement, eCommerce, and social inclusion.

The data will help the library’s internal strategic planning and help it make smart decisions about allocating limited resources. Listening to patrons helps ensure the library continues to provide useful, relevant, and meaningful services with positive outcomes for patrons.

Take the survey online at www.lakecountypubliclibrary.org or use a paper form available at the library, 1115 Harrison Avenue. The survey runs March 1-28.

 

March 19 – William Korn presents “Leadville’s Pioneer Jews”

Friends of Lake County Public Library will be hosting William Korn’s presentation of “Leadville’s Pioneer Jews” on March 19th at 6:30 pm in the Amax Room. Doors open at 6:00 pm and seating is limited to the first 75 attendees. This program is free.

March 31 – Basic Computer Class

The monthly basic computer class will be held from 9am to 10am on March 31st.

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