AT THE LIBRARY
Learn to produce stop motion animation at the library. Using free apps and library iPads, we’ll create movies with props we design. We will also have LEGOs and other objects to animate, but feel free to bring in your own toys or other items to help bring your vision to the screen. Space is limited so registration is required at the Circulation Desk, or phone 270-651-2824. For ages 9 to 18.
Minecraft is a computer game with building blocks. In the process of using these blocks to build different worlds, you will learn engineering and architecture basics. The library has several laptops and Minecraft accounts available. If you have a Minecraft account, please bring your login information.
Please bring a laptop if possible.
Using Minecraft Legos you’ll build your own creation using engineering principles. Jason Lindsey from Hooked On Science will present this program on engineering design. Jason, a STEM certified educator, makes the learning process fun with his hands-on approach.
Sign up at the circulation desk or call 270-651-2824. For grades 3-5.
Explore the principles of electricity and circuitry by building Squishy Circuits.
The supplies needed will be located in the youth area of the library.
Midweek Matinee is a new monthly movie time at the library. This month we are showing Ben Hur, the 2016 adaptation. A Jewish prince spends years toiling in slavery after an old friend, now an officer in the Roman army occupying Jerusalem, falsely accuses him of a crime. In time, he wins his freedom and competes against his betrayer in a violent chariot race, but an encounter with Jesus Christ teaches him the importance of mercy and compassion. Rated PG-13; 123 min.
Adult coloring is a great way to de-stress. We provide a variety of fun coloring pages to choose from. Supplies and refreshments are provided. Pick the time most convenient for you.
Do you enjoy designing and building? Are you interested in how to program a computer? Come create a robot of your own design using the library’s MindStorms and WeDo Lego sets. Our Lego Robotics group meets the second Monday of each month. For grades 1 – 9.
Join us at the library to celebrate Pi Day. Win a (mini) pie by answering pi related questions.
For grades 4 and up.