The training class is free.
Learn the basic elements of Microsoft Word, the most widely used word processing program, on Wednesday from 11 a.m. to noon at the Haddonfield Public Library, located on Haddon Avenue at Tanner Street. Skills will include setting up and formatting documents, saving documents and printing. Basic computer skills are needed for this program. The program is free to the public.
Total renovations could take nearly a year to complete.
Planned renovations to the borough library could take nearly a year to complete and close the aging building for up to three months, an architect told borough officials this week. Architect Anthony Iovino said the library could not stay open during a key phase of an effort to bring the 93-year-old building up to federal ADA handicapped accessibility codes. Plans call for an elevator to be installed, with demolition and replacement of existing stairwells and a bump out to either the side or back of the building to accommodate the changes. Other improvements include a new roof, restroom renovations to allow handicapped access, the widening of some doors and lowering the main and children's circulation desks. Library Director Susan Briant …