Are computers a mystery? These classes are for you!
Join us on Wednesdays in the month of February for classes designed for people who are new to computers.
No previous experience required!
Computer Basics will be taught from 9-10 am on February 1, 8, 15, and 22.
Please call or stop by the library to register.
The public is invited to the McCormick County Library on Thursday, January 19th for a fascinating program on Elijah Clarke, one of the few heroes of the Revolutionary War from Georgia. He led the Rebels through the Hornet’s Nest Battle (also known as the Battle of Kettle Creek in Georgia). Dr. John Turrentine will present himself as Elijah Clarke to talk about his life, including the battle that made him famous, and how the Revolutionary War was won in the South.
Dr. Turrentine is a physician, teacher, writer, minister, pilot, and scuba instructor. He received his M.D. from the Medical College of Georgia and is a practicing surgeon and an Ob/Gyn. He also received a Doctor of Ministry and a Ph.D. in history from Trinity College in Indiana.
Light refreshments will be served. The free presentation starts at 6:30 pm in the meeting room of the McCormick County Library.
NORTH POLE – Papa Elf announced today that Santa’s workshop is running slightly ahead of schedule for only the second time in 224 years! As a result of this happy news, Santa and Mrs. Claus have planned an extra visit to see the children before Christmas. “It’s a rare treat to have Mrs. Claus join me on one of my many trips throughout the world,” said Santa with a lovely twinkle in his eye. “We can’t wait to visit McCormick again!” Mr. and Mrs. Claus will be traveling to McCormick in their custom railway car which will be pulled by the Polar Express. This magnificent train is quite invisible under normal circumstances, but it can be viewed by children who know where to look in their local library. Everyone is invited to meet the Clauses and take pictures on Saturday, December 10th from 1 until 4 pm at the McCormick County Library.