Posts tagged with "Teen"

Posted by paichele on 01/13/15
Come hang out for an afternoon of hilarious improvised comedy. We’ll split into teams and play funny games where the jokes come right off the top of your head. You’ll be laughing so hard that it hurts! For teens in grades 7–12.
Date and time: Tuesday, January 20, 1–2:30 p.m.
Location: Cardinal Room

Posted by lmulford on 05/13/14

Get those pinkies out because it's tea time with Black Butler. Let's get together and have some tea while discussing manga and anime. Then we will watch the first two episodes of the anime Black Butler. For high school students only. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Date and Time: Friday, May 23, 6:30-8 p.m.
Location: Hendrickson Room South

Posted by paichele on 07/16/15
School of Rock will invade the Hub to teach you how to start playing the mightiest of all instruments - the guitar. Guitars provided, but please do bring your own if you’d like. For teens in grades 7–12.
Date and time: Wednesday, July 22, 2–3:30 p.m.
Location: The Hub

Posted by lmulford on 04/24/14

Learn about soldering circuits in this hands-on tutorial. Use the Force to manipulate molten metal and make your own light-up R2-D2. This program will use power tools and/or handheld tools. By attending this program you agree to use all tools and equipment strictly in accordance with all applicable safety rules and safety regulations. For teens ages 12-18.
Date and Time: Sunday, May 4, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Location: The Hub

Posted by paichele on 02/24/15
Work in the digital production Studio to learn the basics of music production to change and add to a song that’s already started. You can change up the beat, alter the speed and add instruments to make your own original remix. Your finished product might even be good enough to submit to Battle of the Recorded Bands. For teens in grades 7–12.
Date and time: Thursday, March 12, 6:30–9:30 p.m
Location: Training Center

Posted by paichele on 04/06/15
Take a tour of Japan with the author of The Order of Odd-Fish, James Kennedy, and even learn a little Japanese without leaving the library. After his presentation we will watch an anime that we will pick at the club. For teens in grades 7–12.
Date and time: Friday, April 17, 6–8 p.m.
Location: Cardinal Room and Hub

Posted by paichele on 02/19/15
Get ready for the SAT and show off your vocabulary skills with word trivia. Challenge your friends for a chance to win a Starbucks gift card to help you stay awake after late-night cramming. For high school students only.
Date and time: Thursday, March 5, 7–8:30 p.m.
Location: Cardinal Room

Posted by lmulford on 05/20/14

Plan on hitting the books at our Final Exams Study Lounge! Come to the Hub for group-study spaces, school supplies, laptops and study assistance from our smart teen staff. We will also have delicious and healthy food from Whole Foods. For high school teens.
Dates and Times: Saturday, May 31, noon through Thursday, June 5, 10 p.m.
Location: The Hub

Posted by aharder on 08/18/15
It was the Summer of STEM at the library. While school was out, the library was full of children of all ages engaging in science and technology.
Children and parents packed the Training Center for an introduction to 3D printing. Just a short walk away, in Kids' World, a group of toddlers and preschoolers were engineering structures from tubes and connectors in a free-play session. Problem-solving skills were on full display as the hard hat-wearing group of young builders figured out which piece connected where. Nearby, another young visitor played on a felt board featuring honey bees and numbers. As her caregiver prompted her to "count the bees," little did she know, she too was learning through STEM free play and toys provided by the library.
View more Summer of STEM photos here.
Visit our Computers and Technology page for more information on upcoming classes and the Studio - your library's digital media lab.

Posted by aharder on 11/20/15
You’ve read all about them in the news, now come learn about them from a real live expert! Vince Donohue, Certified Flight Instructor and owner of Vortex UAS, will guide us through the pros and cons of drones, their many uses, and even some gift buying tips. Sure to be a fascinating discussion you won't want to miss.

Date and Time: Thursday, December 3, 7-8 p.m.

Location: Hendrickson Room
Presenter: Vortex UAS

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