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Adult Services
Adult Services
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At the DeSoto Public Library we offer materials, services, and programs designed for our adult customers and provide the resources you need to accomplish your career, education, and personal goals.

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Meet the Authors: Bo Wilkerson
Date: Aug 28th
Time: 2:00pm-3:00pm
Location: Library Lobby/Cafe
Cost: Free and open to the public

Join Alabama native Bo Wilkerson, author of Two Twisted Tales and Texas Trace, for a meet and greet with readers and a book signing at the library. Much research goes into the writing of his historical books about America's early years, the Texas Rangers and the Republic they fought for. The reader can feel assured that though the story and characters are fictional, the details are accurate. Adventure, love, coming of age, and more are to be found in these historical bodies of work.

Mr. Wilkerson worked for many years in corporate America and is a graduate of Auburn University and Troy State University. Now as a retiree he fishes for a living as a guide on the Choctawhatchee Bay of Florida’s panhandle and writes for a hobby. For more information, please visit or call the information desk at 972.230.9661.

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Morning Computer Classes
Date: Wednesday-Thursday
Time: 10am-12pm
Location: Venable Training Room
Cost: Free and open to the public
Class Schedule

Computer Literacy & Advancement Classes are taught year round in Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. The Fall & Spring semesters consist of the 8 course Computer Literacy series with classes on computer basics, internet basics, Microsoft Word & Excel, resume writing, and job searching. The fall and spring semesters are for beginner to intermediate level students. The Summer semester consists of the 5 course Living in the Online World series with classes on Microsoft PowerPoint, keyboarding, iPad basics, cloud computing, and tech savvy tips. The summer semester is for intermediate to advanced students. To register please visit or call the information desk @ 972.230.9661.

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Individual Technology Tutoring
Date: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Time: Tues 2pm-4pm; Thurs 1pm-3pm
Location: Library Lower Level
Cost: Free and open to the public
Tutoring Schedule

The library offers afternoon individual technology tutoring sessions. Need help with your resume? Trouble applying for jobs? Problems with your email? Want to know more about your tablet or phone? We will help you learn how to use YOUR computer, do something new or extend your knowledge with our friendly expert guidance. Anything you need help with can be a tutoring session. You are free to bring your laptop from home or use one of our desktops. Two 1 hour sessions are offered every Tuesday and Thursday. Space is limited, registration is necessary. Please visit or call the information desk @ 972.230.9661 to register for a session. If you find you cannot attend a session after you've registered, please call the library to cancel.