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The computer lab in the Harrisonville Branch of Cass County Public Library was recently upgraded with all new computers and other equipment. The computer lab is for public use. The lab contains 21 computers including a trainer computer with digital … Continue reading
Brick Wall Brainstorm Session Sat, Sept 26th, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Sponsored by the Genealogy Branch Held in the Computer Lab, 400 E Mechanic St, Harrisonville, MO Come prepared with your most frustrating unanswered genealogy question, whether it is an … Continue reading
Did you notice that the library was closed on Monday? Twice a year the library staff takes a day to train. This summer we trained on our new auto repair database, we all tested several different models of ebook readers … Continue reading