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W.F. library to hold online shopping class

The West Fargo Public Library has rescheduled an online shopping class for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Last-minute holiday shoppers or those preferring to avoid the wintry weather and mall crowds will get a lesson in shopping via the Internet. The class a...

The West Fargo Public Library has rescheduled an online shopping class for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Last-minute holiday shoppers or those preferring to avoid the wintry weather and mall crowds will get a lesson in shopping via the Internet. The class also touches on Internet safety topics including spam, scams and identity theft.

The class is free and open to the public. It was postponed last week due to the weather.

The library is in the Lodoen Community Center, 109 3rd St. E., and can be reached at (701) 433-5460.

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