Drop in to learn how to use the Cricut machine and make a unique piece of artwork that you can take home or give to someone special.
Print off your favorite photos and turn them into coasters. Appropriate for tweens and teens grades 6-12. No registration is required.
Celebrate an emerging art form. In the style of a book club, we’ll play, explore and discuss new and classic games. We’ll also enjoy fierce – but friendly – competition with a variety of multiplayer games. Best for tweens and teens. No registration required.
Whether you knit, crochet, embroider, weave, macramé, bead, or quilt, there's a seat for you at our fiber art circle. Complete a monthly project or bring your own work while you enjoy tea, cookies, and conversation. This month, take your embroidery to the grid as we learn cross-stitch tips and tricks. Beginners welcome.
Would you like pointers on using a new gadget? Need help doing that one crucial thing in Word? Stop by and work one-on-one with our Guide to find solutions for all your technology needs. Best for adults. No registration required; walk-ins encouraged. To schedule an appointment, e-mail Kaelin Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Zhenghua Yang, founder of game development company Serenity Forge, to learn how he got his start in the video game industry. Learn inside tips on building a career as a developer and play games created by Serenity Forge.
Test your engineering skills, learn new skills, battle it out and make new friends. Each participant will make their own robot, then test them out in the Battle Royale Arena – a shrinking play field. This multi-player showdown will make for nothing short of a great time. Best for upper-elementary ages, tweens and teens.
Whether or not you’re afraid of the dark, these inventive nightlights will help you look forward to bedtime. Use basic circuitry and your creative artistry to design and build one of three different colorful nightlights.