Here’s a holiday vacation challenge: create a LEGO gingerbread house, pretend it is filled with expensive presents, and then use LittleBits and other circuitry to burglar-proof it.
You get to play with LEGO and robot parts and motors for an hour and it’s all free (but you don’t get to keep anything and the gingerbread part isn’t edible). This event takes place Thursday December 29, 2 – 3 pm.
If you are in grades 6 – 12, get more info and sign up for this maker challenge by calling 725-5242 x225.
Check out a similar but much smaller scale project we made for October in this video clip:
Wednesday Afternoon Gaming
Posted by Melissa Orth on August 11th, 2016
Board game cart
Every Wednesday 3 – 5 pm is Table Top Gaming, a weekly summer program for teens entering 6th – 12th grade.
Try a new game, play with friendly people, have fun. It’s free, you can bring and eat snacks, and the place is air-conditioned.
For information on this and all the other fun programs for teens happening at Curtis Memorial Library this summer, go to our events calendar.
Henna for Hands – Tuesday, June 28, 3:30-4:30 PM
Posted by Michael Gorzka on June 21st, 2016
a Teen Summer Reading Program Event.
Henna is a safe and temporary way to create body art.
Bring a design you wish to have drawn on your hand with henna.
Not recommended for those who plan to go swimming or participate in sports in the following 24 hours after henna is applied or the design will wear off.
Limit 10 people. Registration required, open to teens entering 6th – 12th grade.
Call 725-5242 x225, stop by the YS desk or email to sign up.