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  1. Browsing the Internet Computer Class

    April 25, 2017, 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

    The Internet is a vital service for society today. If you know of someone who wants to be able to use the Internet, but needs help - tell them about this class! This class teaches you to utilize tools to search and explore, as well as personalize your homepage and clear browser history. Prerequisites: Must be familiar with a mouse and keyboard. This class is free, however, a $5 deposit is required upon sign up and returned to you at the beginning of class.

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  2. Family Movie Night: Moana!

    April 25, 2017, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    Moana is the incredible story of a chief's daughter who must disobey her father's laws in order to follow her people's traditions to save them. One of the biggest challenges on the journey is working with the demi-god Maui and his giant ego! This is a heartwarming and fun film that your whole family will enjoy. The songs are catchy and have positive themes. It also will help you teach your children about the cultures of the Pacific Islands. Bags of popcorn are free and cans of pop are available for purchase for $1.

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  3. Saving the Soil at the Grassroots Talk

    April 25, 2017, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    Has it been raining enough for you lately? It hasn't always been that way in Ottawa County! Much like the rest of the country, Ottawa County was hit hard by the Dust Bowl in the Great Depression. Dr. Matthew Daley, historian at GVSU, will be giving a free presentation on Tuesday, April 25th at 7 PM on how Michiganders preserved their soil during the devastating seven years that could have wiped out the region. This program is being cosponsored by the Howard Miller Public Library and the Zeeland Historical Society!

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