Ontario Community Library
Mon & Wed: 10 am - 8 pm | Tue, Thur & Fri: 10 am - 5 pm | Sat: 10 am - 4 pm | Sun: Closed
Excel 2016: Getting Started
Thursday - April 11, 2019
Choose 10 am or 2 pm Session
Sign up is required. Call 541-889-6371 to schedule. No Fees. Class Length: 2 hours.
« Individuals must have knowledge of computers and good mouse skills.
This skills class will cover a basic understanding of how to use MS Excel 2016. Students will create a small example budget and learn how to format columns/rows, use Autosum, create simple formulas, and learn shortcuts. This will include learning about the MS Word interface, ribbons, and other important aspects of the program.
This Class will not cover: Home computer set-up, security, software or trouble shooting. Not an accounting class.
Tuesdays 6 pm Feb. 5 – April 9, 2019Held at Ontario Community Library 388 SW 2nd Ave Ontario Oregon
This 10-week series of classes are FREE to individuals looking to prepare for the naturalization process. It will cover the U.S.Citizenship and Immigration Services Interview Process, including US History, Government and other aspects of the Process. All Students must preregister for classes by calling Renee Cummings at 208-369-3995 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.orgProvide by Four Rivers Welcome Center
Library Book Club Meetings
Please feel free to join at any time; all adults are welcome. Books will be available at the library (while supplies last). Please call for more information: 541-889-6371.
5 pm April 9, 2019
Circling the Sun by Paul McClain
Father/Grandfather & Kids Event
4 pm April 13,2019
Ontario Community Library Invites you to come meet and listen to experts in the following fields:
Drag Racing - Mike Drummond with Ontario Tire Factory
Card and Board Games - Ashton Chapman of ProSoul Games
Paranormal Investigation - Christopher Plummer of Big River Paranormal
Boise State Football - Garrett Larsen with the Center for BSU Football
Drones - with Oregon Trail Hobbies & Gifts
Fishing & Hunting Regulations and Pelts - Scott Torland , Assistant District Wildlife Biologist from Fish and Wildlife.