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The Grimsby Public Library offers a variety of options for seniors (and people of all ages) looking to sharpen their technology skills. Discover which one below works best for you, or just give us a call at 905.945.5142 to ask a question. We're always here to help!
Tech Savvy Office Hours
Tablets, eBooks, smartphones, oh my! Who better to share their knowledge of technology than teens? Starting in the fall and continuing until the beginning of summer, drop in for some one-on-one help from our Tech Savvy teen volunteers.
This program is offered Tuesdays from 3:45 PM -4:45 PM and on Saturdays from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM.
Basic Internet Sessions
The Library offers one-on-one introductory sessions for those new to the Internet. Library staff will provide you with an introduction to Internet searching and emailing.
For more information or to register for any of these programs call 905-945-5142, sign up at the Service Desk,or fill out a "Tech Help" form here.
One-on-one Tech Help
Looking for help on a specific tech-related issue? Whether it's help downloading eBooks, browsing the Library's online catalogue, or learning more about your tablet or device, you can book a one-on-one appointment - totally free!
Click the Tech Help button to the left to fill out the booking form.
|A Guide to Programs and Services for Seniors in Ontario is a resource produced by the Government of Ontario and contains a wealth of information about programs and services available to Ontario's seniors. It is produced by the Ontario Seniors' Secretariat and distributed by ServiceOntario Publications. This document can be accessed online in over a dozen languages or print copies can be ordered online or by phone. You can also borrow a copy from the library.|
We've partnered with the Ontario Government to assist with access to programs and services on the Service Ontario website.