August 2015

DSCF0010If you have any nagging tech questions, but haven’t gotten around to asking for help, now is your chance! There will be free tech help at the Dublin Library this coming Saturday, August 22nd from 2-4 pm. We have trained teen volunteers available to answer questions regarding ebooks, computers/laptops/tablets, cell phones, cameras, etc. Please bring your device(s) in along with any manuals you may have for the device(s), especially for cameras and cell phones.

The library offers many ebooks and eaudiobooks in the collection, and teens in the Teen Tech program would be happy to show you how to download the necessary apps and how to find and download titles to your account. Bring in your Nook, iphone/ipad, tablet, laptop, Andriod device, Kindle, etc. and our friendly teens will sit down one-on-one with you to get you started with the library’s ebook collection.

Need help setting up an email account? Uplodaing photos to your Faceboook account? Questions about using Word or Excel? We’ve got help for that! Teen techs can help you with any basic questions regarding any of these options.

This program is free and there’s no registration. Drop by any time between 2 and 4 pm this coming Saturday and get some help with those tech questions!




Dublin Library is pleased to host Katie Fagan, MBA in Entrepreneurship and Finance and PhD in Mass Communications, who will discuss different small business ownership options, the differences among starting a business from scratch, buying an existing business and buying a franchise. She will also cover how to diversify your investment portfolio through business ownership, and funding options for small businesses: 401K rollovers, SBA loans, credit lines, and private equity. Come to this free educational workshop and learn if small business ownership is right for you.

This workshop will be held in the Dublin Library Program Room on Saturday, August 8th, 2015, from 2:00 – 4:00 PM.

Speaker Katie Fagan has over 15 years of experience in the world of small business. She currently teaches Entrepreneurship at universities across the Bay Area, and works with other local government and non-profit agencies educating people on the ins-and-outs of small business ownership.