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Programs @ Your Library
Billings Public Library has free monthly programming for Adults and Older Adults that focus on a variety of topics and support the library's commitment to lifelong learning.

Please join us for this month's programs:

Early Alzheimer's Detection: Know the Signs
May 16, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Community Room

If you or someone you know is experiencing memory loss or behavioral changes, it’s time to learn the facts. Early detection of Alzheimer’s disease gives you a chance to make important choices and plan for the future. This interactive workshop features video clips of people with Alzheimer’s disease and allows lots of time for your questions at the end.

No registration required.

Tech for Older Adults: Twitter 101

May 27, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Second Floor Computer Classroom
Have you been wondering what in the world hash tags, tweets and re-tweets are all about? Let's demystify the world of twitter together! We’ll have lots of time for questions and if you’d like to make your own account or just want help learning how to better use your existing Twitter account, we can do that too!

This class is for adults and older adults who already have a basic knowledge of computer and internet use. Space is limited. Please call 657-8255 to reserve your spot.

One-on- One Computer Tutoring Sessions for Older Adults
Would you like some personalized help learning to better use your smartphone or other digital device? Maybe there's a website or computer program that you could use some help navigating? Whatever the case may be, give us a call and sign up for a one hour session with a librarian that will help answer your questions and make you a more confident user of technology.
Appointments are available on a case by case basis. Call 657-8255 to register.

Suggest a Program!

Are there other classes, events or programs you would like to see at the library for older adults? We appreciate your suggestions! 

Send 'em our way by calling 406-657-8255 or emailing us!