“How-To Fest” Features 50 Classes in Five Hours

Saturday, April 11, 2015 at TCC/City Joint-Use Library

Wednesday, April 01, 2015

​Virginia Beach Public Library is hosting a “How-To Fest” at the TCC/City Joint-Use Library, Saturday, April 11, 2015, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Staff from VBPL and Tidewater Community College and other local experts will teach 50 mini-classes throughout the day, offering something for all ages. Topics include art, bike safety, dancing, knitting, 3D printing, Internet safety, paying for college, job interview skills and more. Most classes are 30 to 45 minutes long. All are free and open to the public.

TCC, Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Friends of Virginia Beach Public Library and several City of Virginia Beach departments are among the event’s partners and presenters. For a detailed listing of How-To Fest classes, download the program guide at www.VBgov.com/VBPLhow-to.

Located on the corner of South Rosemont Road and Faculty Drive on TCC’s Virginia Beach Campus, the Joint-Use Library is a partnership between TCC and the City of Virginia Beach. It opened in August 2013 and serves both the campus community and Virginia Beach residents. Find out more about it at www.VBgov.com/JUL.



About Virginia Beach Public Library

A community anchor for more than 50 years, Virginia Beach Public Library includes a central library, a joint-use library in partnership with Tidewater Community College, 7 area libraries and a public law library. Services include workforce development and job-search support, small business resources, computer and technology classes, early literacy classes and outreach, and local history archives and programs. In addition to books, music and magazines in tangible  and digital formats, the library provides online research tools accessible from home or work, as well as movies, music, and a variety of specialty collections. Visit www.VBgov.com/libraries for more information.

 

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