We have a lot of things going on at the library, so here's a quick list of all of our upcoming events. Scroll down the page to find more info on the program you're interested in, or call us at 696-8538.
Getting ready to take the SAT or GRE? Just need some extra help with geometry? Want to be a firefighter or police officer? Then check out the library's new collection of digital reference books for test prep and study help! All of the titles are free to access and download. All you need is a library card! See our selection, and get studying.
Interested in being the TECH Lab's next Artist in Residence? Have some interesting skills you want to share? Or maybe just interested in working with teens, and making some extra money for it? Contact Cody at 696-8538 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Reading is almost here! Sign-ups start on May 14, and you have until July 28th to read, attend workshops, and complete missions to earn points. Use those points to buy raffle tickets for great prizes like an Amazon Fire tablet, a Guitar Kit, a fair pass, and more! Check out our Summer Reading Page for a link to sign up!
Every summer the TECH Lab splits its time between open lab and what we call "Focus Time." Each day during the week, the lab will reserve time for teens to come in and try out some new equipment or explore something that they find interesting, related to a given theme. There are no rules, grades or expectations. We just want you to come in and create something awesome! Focus Time topics will change throughout the summer, and possibly be replaced by certain programs, but right now the schedule we have is:
Focus Time days start on June 5th and run from 1-3 pm in the lab. Be sure to stop by and see what we have going on!
We’re kicking off the summer, and SUMMER READING, with a STEAM week! Come to the lab from 1-3 all week to take part in an awesome program and see what the lab has to offer. No sign up is required, so feel free to just drop in.
Mess around with Tinkercad or Sketchup, and print one of your own designs!
Join Bailey, the lab's summer mentor, as she teaches teens how to use Photoshop to place themselves into photos of places they want to travel to!
We've got Risk, King of Tokyo, Settlers of Catan, and more!
Just what it sounds like. Build a cardboard castle, add some LED lights with copper tape, paint it, or whatever else you come up with!
Once again, we'll be breaking out our 3-D pancake printer, so think of a design and be prepared to literally eat your own art!
Use Python coding to create a working piano in Minecraft! Call 657-8290 to sign up today.
Learn how to use Adobe Illustrator to create concert posters for your favorite bands! Call 657-8290 to sign up today.
Teen Advisory Group
Teens who are 13 to 19 years of age can apply to be part of our Teen Advisory Group - the TAG. The TAG advises the library about programs for teens, helps promote services, and volunteers at the library.