Where else around town but at the Ridgefield Library do residents of all ages interact positively on a daily basis in so many ways? Sometimes it is just sitting next to each other at the computers; other times it is being drawn by common interests to a program such as one of Heidi Hammel’s astronomy presentations. On Saturday morning, October 10th, we take this intergenerational interaction one step further, with the return of “Teens Teach Tech” in the Dayton Program Room.
A group of tech-savvy teenagers will be on hand to offer one-on-one assistance for tech- challenged adults. Bring your cell phone to learn how to change that annoying ring tone. Use one of our laptops to find out how to set up an address book or calendar in your e-mail program. Learn texting tips for staying in touch with the younger generation in your family. Get a guided tour of the mysteries of Facebook. You’ll even have a chance to try out the Wii gaming system that has found its way from kids’ rec rooms into myriad adult settings, including health clubs, senior centers and corporate training programs. Drop in any time between 10 AM and noon.