Library helps adults build their skills

The Cleve Community Library is continuing to provide opportunities for adults to learn in a number of different ways.

Library members have access to ‘Linda Library’, which is a library of courses and instructional videos covering the latest in technology, creative and business skills.

Taught by accomplished teachers and recognised industry experts, it looks to develop skills in areas such as Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, business skills, English grammar, web design and much more. 

The library also puts on book discussion sessions on the first Wednesday of the month at 2pm in the library and 5pm at the Cleve Hotel.

Cleve library’s Rina Noble said “most patrons are looking to be challenged to read outside of their preferred genre and others liked the idea of not having to pick out a book for themselves.”

The next session will be on September 6 and the book is The Girl on the Train, with future books including, Still Alice by Lisa Genova and The Slap by Christo Tsiolkas.

For more information, visit libraries.sa.gov/cleve.

Most patrons are looking to be challenged to read outside of their preferred genre and others liked the idea of not having to pick out a book for themselves.

Rina Noble