Looking for a fresh way to study a new subject? Try one of our Learning Circles! For seven-weeks this spring, we’ll gather to learn material in a self-paced, online course. Moderated by library staff, adult learners will share and connect with one another to study the topic in-depth.

This March and April, we’re offering a mix of courses on business, photography, writing and music. There are limited slots available for all of these programs, so register today.

Business Startup Learning Circle
Wednesdays, March 18–April 29, 7 p.m.

If you’ve been dreaming about running a small, home-based or online business, get started with our Business Startup Learning Circle. We’ll meet in Meeting Room C and probe the ins and outs of marketing, finding and researching business opportunities, building a business plan and more. You can read additional details about the online business components here.

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Mastering Your DSLR Camera Learning Circle
Thursdays, March 19–April 30, 7:30 p.m.

For photography fans, level up your skills with the Mastering Your Digital SLR Camera Learning Circle! This course dives into techniques and strategies for using DSLR equipment to make beautiful photos. Take the class to better understand camera features and how to apply them to your own work. You can find additional details about the DSLR online course here.

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Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers Learning Circle
Wednesdays, March 18–April 29, 6 p.m.

Never suffer from writer’s block again, and instead, employ what you’ll discover in our Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers Learning Circle. This course can apply to you whether you’re working now or planning to write a novel, nonfiction book, memoir, short story, article, blog posts or something else. Review more information about the Writeriffic course here.

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(Registration opens Thursday, February 27)

And later this spring, the Music Made Easy Learning Circle will provide a basic understanding of rhythm, melody, harmony and how to read, write and play simple musical pieces. This session will be Thursdays, April 16–May 28 at 6 p.m. Registration opens Thursday, March 26. You can find additional details about this upcoming music course here.