Balance and stretch together with your little one. Bring your own mat or towel.
Movers and Shakers is a weekly library activity to keep you and your toddler moving together. Designed for kids ages 2 to 4 with their parents. Space is limited. Arrive early. Program repeats three times beginning at 10:30 a.m. or when full.
Do you love digital worlds and video games? Then you’ll love Gamer’s Group where you can PLAY OR CREATE! Every Friday, you can learn how to program computers, play games like Minecraft or Roblox – the choice is yours. Basically, you can have tech fun in your own space… all while gaining tech skills for your future.
Coding and gaming is all self-paced, so just attend on the weeks you can. Registration is not required. A computer is provided during club time. And you can bring your own laptop if you’d like.
Weekly Gamers Group Boosters:
Week 1: Chess Club Learn and play chess
Week 2: Lego Robots Create Lego Robotics
Week 3: Coding Club Coding challenges to build your skill
Week 4: Minecraft Build your Minecraft design skills
Open to ages 10 – 18.
Welcome to free ENRICH computer courses from the Library!
This course explores intermediate-level tools in Excel that can help you create, process, analyze, and calculate complex business data. Topics include graphics, Smart Art, formatting (presentation & printing), relative cell references, popular formulas, Pivot tables, macros & more.
(This course is not for Excel beginners. Prior experience with computers and an understanding of the Windows operating system is necessary to take this class. Need more experience? Ask us about other free classes available @ your Library!)
- Enrich classes are specifically designed for adult learners.
- You’ll receive a free workbook in each class.
- A computer is provided during class.
- Pre-registration is required at the library.
- All courses are free of charge.
- Instructors & small classes = Success!
Registration is required. Contact the library at (435) 882-2182 to register.
Guiding Good Choices™ is a series of workshops (5 two-hour sessions) for families with children 9-17 years old.
The fun, interactive sessions help to improve family communication and bonding. Practical methods are learned to reduce arguing and help avoid problem behaviors. The result is a more communicative and compassionate home where all family members are involved.
City Council Meetings are generally held the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at Tooele City Hall 90 North Main Street, Tooele, Utah at 7:00 p.m. and are open to the public.
To have items put on the agenda, call the Tooele City Recorder’s Office at 435.843.2111.
This FREE, evidence-based program will help participants recognize the warning signs, risk factors, and common behaviors of those at risk for suicide. Participants will learn skills on how to best help and potentially save lives of loved ones. This training is for anyone who would like resources on this important issue. Participants 12 and older are welcome to enroll.
Program information available at www.qprinstitute.com