MENTONE — Bell Memorial Public Library will host a basic computer skills class on Tuesday, Aug. 20.
This class will cover how to use Windows, keyboard shortcuts, basic Internet skills and e-mail usage. There is no cost to attend. However, sign-up is required and at least three participants are needed. For more information, contact the library at (574) 353-7234.
Creative Corner will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20. This month, there will be a painting class where participants can paint a keepsake canvas of a furry friend. E-mail a .jpeg photo of your pet to [email protected] so that the library can convert it for you. The library must have photos no later than Aug. 13. Cost of the class is $5 and sign-up is requested. Contact Billie or Sharon at (574) 353-7234. Creative Corner is for adults only.
The Bell Museum will host Bingo on Thursday, Aug. 15. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., with early birds at 5:30 p.m. (license number 150404.)
Are you new to Hoopla Digital? Be sure to browse for these titles: “Underestimating Miss Cecilia” by Carolyn Miller, “In Case You Didn’t Know” by Samantha Chase and “The Black Widow” by Daniel Silva. Juvenile titles include “Are You My Monster” by Amanda Noll and “Descendants 3” by Disney Book Group.
New arrivals coming soon to the library include “Heart of Darkness” by Spencer Quinn, “Hollow Kingdom” by Kira Jane Buxton, “Home for Erring and the Outcast Girls” by Julie Kibler, “The Inn” by James Patterson, “The Killing Tide” by Dani Pettrey, “Knife” by Jo Nesbo, “Light from Distant Stars” by Shown Smucker, “Love at First Like” by Hannah Orenstein, “Met Her Match” by Jude Deveraux, “Million Dollar Marriage” by Katy Evans, “Outfox” by Sandra Brown, “The Oysterville Sewing Circle” by Susan Wiggs, “The Pigeon Has to Go to School” by Mo Wilems and “Preacher’s Rage” by Williams H. Johnstone.
The library still has some books left in its book sale. Stop by and see if the library has something you might like. Prices are 25 cents for hardbacks, including e-hardbacks, or five for $1; 10 cents for paperbacks, including trade paperbacks; 50 cents for audiobooks and 25 cents for music CDs. DVDs are as marked, with some priced at $1 and others at $3.