Have you always wanted to learn how to spin and scratch? Now’s your chance! Join us as we learn the basics of DJing from DJ Staxx of the Denver DJ School. Best for upper elementary, tweens and teens. Space is limited; registration encouraged.
How can we ensure that technology serves our needs without overtaking our lives? Join Anythink Perl Mack to discuss the impacts of technology on our lives and relationships, so that you can develop healthier, happier tech habits. Then, enjoy a self-care tech showcase that highlights apps designed to help us cultivate mindfulness and emotional intelligence. Part of Anythink Perl Mack’s Bloom series.
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 email@example.com.
What — and who — is necessary to make a good video game? In this new monthly series, learn all about the principles of game design. Then, bring those ideas to digital life through a variety of illustration, coding, and storytelling activities. This month, learn about the production process for making a great game, then break into the biz with our game development simulator!
What does it take to break into the world of Twitch and Youtube game streaming? Learn the basics of digital broadcasting and branding so that you can take your gaming – and your stream – to the next level.
Join a special guest from STEAMpunkEd as we check out technology from days of old. Appropriate for tweens ages 8-12. Space is limited; registration is recommended.
Using design software and open source fonts, teens will celebrate National Poetry Month by creating their own custom magnetic poetry kits. Space is limited; registration recommended.