This new, monthly club is a space for kids of all ages to come and make new friends during a free-build time. LEGOs will be provided, you bring the fun! Bring the whole family!
When the seasons change, you might find yourself missing the bright colors of spring flowers or the soft glow of the autumn leaves. Save a piece of the natural world by creating your very own handmade flower press. Space and supplies are limited; registration preferred. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Create a collage on canvas using magazine clippings, glue, acrylic paint, colored pencils, and other media. Space and supplies are limited; registration preferred. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Learn how to create a still life painting from local artist Arturo Garcia using acrylic paint. Geared towards beginners, but all skill levels welcome. Space and supplies are limited; registration preferred. Please visit our online calendar to register.
This two-part class will explore the various processes and techniques involved in creating detailed scientific paintings and the ways in which biological research specimens can be used for artistic expression. Participants will have the opportunity to complete an acrylic painting while observing real zoological specimens including tropical butterflies, bones, feathers, and natural objects. Space and supplies are limited; registration preferred. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Calling all tweens! Hang out and enjoy snacks and games, and share your ideas for projects and programs at the library. Appropriate for kids in grades 4-5.
Have you always wanted to learn how to spin and scratch? Now’s your chance! Join us as we learn the basics of deejay-ing from DJ Staxx of the Denver DJ School. Best for upper elementary, tween and teens.
Blast off on a journey of discovery and make room for a space station orbiting Mars, transporting your classroom of young astronauts. This transformation will challenge your group to use teamwork, critical thinking, and creativity to solve problems and design the future of space travel. Junior astronauts will be left feeling inspired by human ingenuity and the universe around them. Best for elementary and tweens.
Use the real tools and techniques that paranormal researchers employ to observe, study and fake ghostly visitations. Record EVPs (electronic voice phenomena) and analyze your results for messages from beyond. Then, use a variety of analog and digital trickery to make your own spirit photographs. Appropriate for teens in grades 6-12. Space is limited; registration is required.
Have fun with mini-motors while designing your own dancing robot from scratch. Make a circuit, solder and create with scientists from Eurekus! Appropriate for students in grades 6-12. Space is limited; registration is required.