Social Media Workshop at Cedar Mill Library AND Blogging at the Old Church

Want to blog (an important part of Social Media). There’s a social media workshop at the library, Thursdays 1-2:30 : ttp://
 AND there’s a blogging for writers event at the Old Church, Tues May3 7pm:
How can you resist?
 Scroll down for more details of both events

 Social Media Workshop

Event Type: Technology Learning
Location: Cedar Mill Library
Thursday, March 31, 2016
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Cedar Mill Community Library
503-644-0043 press 3
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Social Media Workshops

This series of four workshops covers the basics of social media. The first workshop is a general overview of social media. The following workshops focus on specific types of social media.
•Social Media Overview (March 31)
•Facebook (April 7)
•Twitter (April 14)
•Instagram/Pinterest (April 21)

Join us for the overview workshop then drop-in for any of the other sessions you are interested in. Workshops are on Thursday afternoons from 1-2:30 pm. Stay for Open Lab at 3 pm so you can practice and play with social media. No registration is required for these sessions.

Blogging for Writers

From the Willamette Writers website

On Tuesday, May 3rd, at the Old Church in downtown Portland, Willamette Writers welcomes Jocelyn Mozak, WordPress web designer and founder of Mozak Design, who will talk with us about her favorite author web platform — WordPress.

Jocelyn knows that authors would rather focus their time and energy on writing, not on the design or coding of a website. She also knows how important websites are for author platforms!

In this engaging presentation, Jocelyn will walk us through why WordPress is the most viable option, what writers should include in the design of their site, which writer-friendly WordPress plug-ins are best to use (and what plug-ins are!), and share some exciting upgrades and ideas for the more experienced user. You will walk away with the motivation and tools to successfully launch your own WordPress website.

Jocelyn Mozak was born and raised on the East Coast. She attended Cornell University, graduating with her Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering and continued on to Stanford University, where she obtained a Master’s in Electrical Engineering. While her education in engineering refined her technical skills, it is her passion for what she does and the people she helps that makes Jocelyn an outstanding web designer.

When Jocelyn isn’t busy coding CSS or reading PHP, you can find her chilling at a coffee shop, getting a pedicure or heading out for a run. Visit to learn more. 

We hope you can join us at the Old Church, SW 11th & Clay, in downtown Portland. As always, the doors open at 6:30 and the meeting starts at 7:00.

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