Bucks County Free Library Kicking Off ‘Tech Talks’ at Popular Doylestown Location

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The events will be held in-person and online.

The Bucks County Free Library will begin an interactive and educational event that will help local residents find answers to their tech questions.

The first of the events will be held at the Doylestown branch of the library, located at 150 South Pine Street, on April 19 at 2 PM and will focus on streaming services like Roku and the Amazon Fire Stick.

This and other events in the “Tech Talks” series will be held both in-person and online via Zoom, as well as being streamed to the libraries in Bensalem and Quakertown.

“Led by Matt Hrebicik, Bucks County Free Library’s information technology director, Tech Talks will give an overview of each topic and answer beginner and intermediate level questions,” the library wrote in an email to its members. “Staff will not troubleshoot personal devices during talks.”

Future Tech Talks include “Internet and Social Media Safety” on May 17 at 2 PM and “iPhone and iPad Fundamentals” on June 21 at 2 PM.

Registration is required for Zoom.

Learn more about the upcoming events at the Bucks County Free Library.


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