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Spring Programs!

Spring Programs for Young Adults will run from April 10 to June 16. Programs are open to all middle and high schoolers, unless otherwise specified. Register for programs at the library or by calling (845) 855-3444

Minecraft Monday: Fifth Grade Minecraft Club
Monday 5:00-6:00
5th Graders Only

Fifth graders get together to play competitive games in either creative or survival mode. Registration is required.

Minecraft Monday: Advanced Minecraft Club
Monday 6:00-7:00
6th Graders And Up

This club is for anyone in grade six and up. Play competitive games in either creative or survival mode. Registration is required.

Scratch Programming 
Tuesday 4:30-5:30

Code a different game or animation with Scratch each week. Follow along with the Scratch tutorial from MIT then use your Scratch programming skills and creativity to make your own unique version. At the end of each session, everyone will share their projects and hold a silent vote to determine whose project is the best. Winner will receive a small prize. This program is for beginners, but those with prior experience are also welcome to attend. Registration is required.

Roblox Club
Wednesday 4:30-5:30

This club is for all lovers of Roblox. Come play and talk about Roblox with others who share your interest. Registration is required.

Wednesday Unwind
Wednesday 5:30-6:30

We all need time to relax in the middle of the week. Come unwind by doing puzzles, knitting, coloring, and enjoying herbal tea and hot chocolate. Registration is required.

Open Computer Lab
Friday 5:00-6:00

Come use the computers in the library after the library is closed. Do homework, browse the internet, or play games. Registration is required.

Project Do Something
Friday 6:30-8:30
7th-12th Graders Only

Project Do Something is a community service organization that meets every Friday night year round to work on small but impact-full  projects to better our community. Feel free to bring yourself and your friends. Project Do Something is a great opportunity to hang out and have fun while completing community service.

Film-Making Club
Saturday 1:00-2:00

Write, produce, and edit your own short videos. These can be short films, documentaries, reviews, and more. The videos will be edited and published on YouTube. This is a creative club where you are in charge of the entire process from coming up with ideas for videos, writing scripts, casting, acting, directing, and editing. Registration is required.

Easter Egg Decorating
Saturday, April 15, 2:30-3:30

Decorate plastic Eggs for Easter. Paint eggs, use stickers, or glue on decorations. Registration is required.

 

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