Classes will include:
English Language for Adults: Reading and Writing
English Language for Adults: Conversation and Pronunciation
There is no fee for the classes and study materials are provided. Chaundel Johnson is the instructor.
Newcomers are welcome anytime.
The library offers books in Spanish, as well as bilingual books and instructional programs on CD. Some of the electronic resources are also in Spanish.
One on one help with compiling your genealogy and using Family Search. Our genealogists can help those just getting started and give suggestions to break down your brick walls.
Microsoft Office &Windows 10 Tutorials
One on One tutoring sessions for Windows 10 operating system or Microsoft Office programs including: Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Publisher.
These are meant for beginners or those with specific questions. These are not advanced level classes. Operating system tutoring may include basic functions of computers such as file systems, browsers, anti-virus and more.
Various levels available. Open to everyone, free classes.
These classes follow a curriculum based on semester.
One on One help sessions for any tech question you may have. Bring your own device such as a tablet, laptop, cell-phone or anything else you need help with.
Appointments are by availability only, please bring any account IDs and passwords necessary. These sessions are completely free. To register for one-on-one tech help sessions, go to the calendar on the menu bar at the top of this page and click on “Register” below the day you wish to attend. Submit the form, and confirm whether you are enrolled or on a wait list to attend.
Tuesdays: 3:00 PM, Apple only.
Thursdays: 11:30 AM, 1:00 PM, Apple, Android, Microsoft, and more.
Fridays: 1:30 PM, 2:00 PM Apple, Android, Microsoft, and more.
For more information, ask a staff member at the Help Desk, call the library and ask for Jamie (830.964.3744) or e-mail Jamie: Jamie@tpml.org.
These series of classes are designed to teach beginners how to play the Ukulele. Ukuleles will be available for checkout for the duration of the class from the library.
VHS to DigitalConversion
Learn how to convert VHS to digital format. This will include a demonstration of how to use the converter and software, as well as video editing software if necessary.
The first appointment will include a short teaching demonstration of how to use the hardware and software so that you can work independently in future appointments.
Be aware that converting VHS is a 1:1 ration on time and will likely require several hours per appointment. Please contact Jamie by either calling the library or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment. Must bring your own USB storage device, or purchase at the library help desk.