NEGAUNEE, Mich. (WLUC)- November is National Novel Writing Month and the Negaunee Public Library is holding weekly events for residents.
Every Tuesday evening from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m., the library is hosting write-ins for writers to come together and work in a quiet space.
Librarians are also available to help writers with research.
Another program being offered at the library this month is one-on-one tech tutoring.
This is made possible by a Libraries Lead with Digital Skills grant from an initiative by the American Library Association and Public Library Association, sponsored by Grow with Google.
"Where anybody can come in you don't have to be a member of the library, you don't have to live in Negaunee either and we are doing free tech tutoring on your devices or on our computers here at the library,” said Dorianne Shaffer, Grant Facilitator. “We're focusing and encouraging on people who are looking to increase job skills, who are looking for employment but all are welcome.”
The tutoring sessions will be running through mid-November.
Drop-ins are welcome, but residents are encouraged to make appointments.