LEWISTON — Due to popular demand, the Lewiston Public Library will offer more Saturday workshops covering the process of borrowing e-books from the library collection. While the next Kindle workshop is already filled, anyone interested is encouraged to contact the library to be added to the roster for a future class. Future Kindle classes will be scheduled based on interest.

Still open is the workshop on Saturday, Feb. 16, aimed at anyone with a Nook, iPad or other similar tablet device. Sessions will take place at 10:30 a.m. in the library’s second floor computer lab.

The workshops will guide participants through the library’s e-book catalog, including tips for quickly finding something interesting to read. Also covered will be getting the e-book onto your device and returning it when finished.

All sessions are free, but advance registration is required. Each workshop will be limited to 10 participants to create the best experience. To sign up for either workshop or to obtain more details, contact the library’s Adult Services Department at [email protected] or 207-513-3135.

Anyone with a library card may borrow (download) e-books from the library’s collection. For details on the library’s electronic and digital services visit the LPL/APL web branch at LibraryLA.org or contact the LPL Adult Services Department.


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