Saturday, May 06, 2017
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Old Town Library, Community Room
Spend time with other teens in a Minecraft world designed just for you and enjoy light snacks and make a craft. Laptops are provided. Please arrive on time or cancel your reservation through the Answer Center at 221-6740 since there are waitlist teens and drop in teens waiting who will be let in. This free event is open to teens in grades 6-12. Registration required. Any questions, please email Amy at email@example.com.
Tuesday, May 09, 2017
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Council Tree Library, Community Room
Teens gather together after school to watch anime favorites, chat about manga, and munch on yummy snacks! Grades 6-12.
Saturday, May 13, 2017
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Harmony Library, FRCC Red Cloud Peak
Teens gather in the Red Cloud Peak building at Front Range Community College (Shields & Harmony, on the FRCC campus, near the Harmony Library) to discover and experiment with several different art tools, approaches, and formats such as anime markers; watercolors; pencils; paper; and pen and ink. Sessions will also include special projects to try, and materials used at these will be available at each following month's session. February 18: Visual Journals, which are a way of making and using journals to collect and inspire ideas. March 11: Clay, slab-built creations. April 29: Printmaking, by creating stencils and screen printing. May 13: Diamonds in the Rough--creating wearable art and jewelry from scrap metal and found objects. Teens can choose to focus on one format or to try several different ones at these free, hands-on, monthly opportunities with FRCC art instructors. Materials and snacks will be provided. For those in middle and high school, grades 6-12. Registration is required for each individual session date, and teens can choose to attend 1, 2, 3, or all 4 sessions. Space is limited.
Saturday, May 13, 2017
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Harmony Library, Community Room
In this class we will go over the basics of downloading free apps from Overdrive, hoopla, Freading, Zinio and OneClick Digital so you can read, listen to and watch library materials anytime, anywhere. You need to have a smartphone or tablet such as an iPhone/iPad, Android tablet/phone, Samsung Nook or Kindle Fire and your library card number. iPhone and iPad users will need to know their Apple ID to download the apps. If you have a Kindle Voyage or similar, or a Nook Simple Touch or similar, please plan to attend the BYOD Series: Smartphones, tablets and library downloadables Q&A session to learn how to transfer library eBooks to the eReaders.