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Friday, October 9, 2015

Dakota County Farmington Library Calendar Events for October 19 - October 24

Monday, October 19
Money Mondays - Mortgage KnowHow
Bring all of your mortgage questions. Learn about home purchasing, refinancing, and building your dream home. Presented by Mortgage lender Matt Stengle; sponsored by Roundbank.

Tuesday, October 20
Farmington - Books & Brew Book Group
Held the third Tuesday of each month. Join our monthly book discussion group to delve into the details of this month's selection, The Art Forger by B. A. Shapiro. In partnership with Dunn Brothers 20700 Chippendale Ave. W, Farmington.

Wednesday, October 21
Open Knitting
Join other knitters in an informal setting. Learn new stitches, get help with unfinished projects, or just enjoy new friends while you knit. Other crafters also welcome.

Thursday, October 22
Sing, Play, Learn! I Make Music
Enjoy the magic of music and play with MacPhail Center for Music's early childhood music specialists. Experience music's impact on learning and reading readiness. Registration required. Ages: 0-5. Please arrive at least 5 minutes early. Late arrivals can lose their registration spot.

Computer and Internet Basics
Learn the parts and uses of a computer, how to use the mouse and keyboard, familiarize yourself with computer terms, and learn how to navigate the Internet with basic computer technology. This class is for PC users. Prerequisite: None. Registration required. Please arrive at least 5 minutes early. Late arrivals can lose their registration spot.

Friday, October 23
Movies for Kids
Enjoy fun children's books in movie format. Ages: 2-6.
Teen Maker Day
Explore a different technology project each month. Share your own projects with other makers. Ages: 10–16.

Saturday, October 24, 2015
Novel Writing for Teens
Learn how to be more confident, along with strategies to make you stand out from the crowd. Topics covered include types of interviews, common interview questions and major blunders to avoid. Taught by Dakota County WorkForce Center staff. Registration required. Please arrive at least 5 minutes early. Late arrivals can lose their registration spot

The Farmington Library is located at 508 Third Street in downtown Farmington. For more information, visit www.dakotacounty.us/library. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Noon - 8:30 pm; Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10:00 am - 5:30 pm.

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