Events that take place at Hackley Public Library
De'ondra Pentecost will teach computer classes on Saturdays from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm. Registration is required. Call HPL at 231-722-8000 to register or click the title to register online Brought to you through the generosity of the Friends of Hackley Library.
Intro to Computers: Intro to computers will offer an introduction to what a computer is and how to use it. It is designed for beginners with little or no knowledge of computers. Topics covered will include an explanation of Windows and files, how to turn on a computer, and how to use the mouse.
|Event Date||01-20-2018 10:30 am|
|Event End Date||01-20-2018 12:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||12-22-2017 8:00 am|
|Cut off date||01-19-2018 11:00 pm|
The cold doesn’t bother us! Throw on your lab coat and experiment with creating new colors out of frozen paint. Each color will start off as a frozen ice cube. As you paint the cube will melt and will change your artwork.
|Event Date||01-20-2018 2:00 pm|
|Event End Date||01-20-2018 4:30 pm|
Tips and Tricks for Phones and Tablets
Having trouble with your tablet? Flustered by your phone? Bring it to HPL on Wednesdays at 1:00 to get tech help. Walk ins welcome.
|Event Date||01-21-2018 1:00 pm|
|Event End Date||01-21-2018 2:00 pm|
Hackley Public Library is excited to launch a coding club just for girls! We are an official host site for the international Girls Who Code organization. The club is open to students grade 6 and up. In the club, girls will master the basics of coding like loops, variables, functions, and conditionals to name a few. We will meet every Monday evening starting in January through the end of May. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please register online at www.hackleylibrary.org or by calling 231-722-8014.
Monday evenings: 5:30 – 6:30 PM, January 8, 22, 29, and February 5, 12, & 26
|Event Date||01-22-2018 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||01-22-2018 6:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||12-14-2017 1:30 pm|
Kathryn Remlinger, author of the forthcoming book Yooper Talk, will be at HPL to talk about her new book.
“Yooper Talk is a fresh and significant contribution to understanding regional language and culture in North America. The Upper Peninsula of Michigan is historically, geographically and culturally distinct. Struggles over land, labor and language during the past 150 years have shaped the variety of English spoken by resident Yoopers, as well as how they are viewed for outsides.
Drawing on sixteen years of fieldwork, including interviews with seventy-five lifelong residents of the UP, Kathryn Remlinger examines how the idea of a unique Yooper dialect emerged. Considering UP English in relation to other regional dialects and their speakers, she looks at local identity, literacy practices, media representations, language attitudes, notions of authenticity, economic factors, tourism, and contact with immigrant and Native American languages. The book also explores how a dialect becomes a recognizable and valuable commodity: Yooper talk (or "Yoopanese") is emblazoned on t-shirts, flags, postcards, coffee mugs, and bumper stickers.
Yooper Talk explains linguistic concepts with entertaining examples for general readers and also contributes to interdisciplinary discussions of dialect and identity in sociolinguistics, anthropology, dialectology, and folklore.
For more information about the book, the author, and UW Press, please visit https://uwpress.wisc.edu/books/5561.htm.”
Brought to you through the generosity of the Friends of Hackley Library.
|Event Date||01-23-2018 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||01-23-2018 7:00 pm|