B&T rep Curt Leppert will be doing training on working in TS 360.
Auditorium - Meeting Room, HP Library
From mini-beasts (insects) to deer, wild animals are all over Highland Park. This workshop will discuss the types of clues animals leave behind. You will canvass the grounds around the library for animals signs. Comfortable clothes that may get damp and dirty are recommended. Drop-off only.
Come play on our Minecraft server for group Minecraft games and activities. Interact with fellow players while building new worlds and trying to survive your first night out. Creepers, Golems and Spiders oh my . . . ?
You will have a great time as you learn card tricks, vanishing effects, and much more. All materials are provided and you receive a magic kit to take home.
From the heart-eyed smiley to the lovable poo, come make an emoji friend to take home. We’ll have patterns and supplies so you can mix and match features and come up with an all new emoji!
Kids can earn a Library Scouts Stitchcraft badge at this program.
With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community. On this very special evening, superstar Scratcher Ally will lead us through Olympic inspired Scratch competitions. LET THE GAMES BEGIN!
Come watch Robin's Dog Stars jump through hoop, get a Kleenex, tell a joke, do a magic trick, count, add read, and more. Then Robin will let you in on some great dog training tips.
Try hands-on experiments that create slime, superballs and more, all yours to take home. See chemical reactions involving exploding foam and displays of fire and liquid nitrogen (in a safe
environment)! Presented by The Science Alliance.
Guinness World Record Holder David Fisher's incredible jump rope tricks, stunts, and extraordinary speed, and record breaking jumps have been seen on over 100 national television shows. Come see this amazing athlete.
¿Nunca antes ha usado una computadora? ¿Siente que los términos de computación están escritos en otro idioma? Ven a la biblioteca y aprende acerca de conceptos básicos de computación. La clase es básica pero también puedes asistir si ya has usando la computadora y quieres aprender más.