The Battle Royale series kicks-off this month with a DIY bug robot showdown! Each participant will make their own bug robot, then test them out in the Battle Royale Arena - a shrinking play field. Test your engineering skills, battle it out, learn new skills and make new friends! This multi-player showdown will make for nothing short of a great time!
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, use smart level design principles to make your characters and gameplay shine.
Aspiring musicians: practice recording and producing your sound with a music industry professional. Learn how to hone your craft, polish your stage presence, and collaborate with other artists. All abilities are welcome, whether you're putting the finishing touches on a track or have never recorded before. Appropriate for upper elementary, tweens and teens.
Looking for a creative outlet? Want to learn the art of storytelling? Writing? Video production? Content creation? This new series program is all about helping teach and equip participants with the tools and skills necessary to create and produce their own content. This month will focus on expression and creativity via song and music. Participants of the Dream Create Inspire Hour are encouraged to attend to further develop their songs and music. Appropriate for upper elementary, tweens and teens.
Learn the basics of camera work, choreography, and editing so that you can star in your own music video masterpiece. Best for tweens and teens.
Do you have what it takes to survive a natural disaster or in the wilderness? Come and test your skills and build some new ones as we explore survival tactics, take green screen action shots and run through scenario survival situations. May the odds be ever in your favor!
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.
Learn the art of gilding with foil leaf as we turn ordinary plastic toys into sparkling, metallic sculptures. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12. Space is limited; registration is recommended.
Have you thought about a future career or side hustle that involves selling your homemade goods? Interested in what it takes to become a farmer’s market vendor? Discover the important details of industry with the experts at CSU Extension. During this course, you’ll learn the food safety guidelines required to operate a small home-based cottage food business, including storage, transport and sales. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12. Space is limited; registration is recommended.
TAB teens are library leaders that run their own programs, help with events, and do good deeds in the community – all while earning community service hours for graduation. Snacks will be provided. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12. No registration required.