Week of Events
Reading Challenge: NASA’s Artemis Project — To the Moon, Mars, and Beyond
In ancient Greek mythology, Artemis was the goddess of the moon and twin of the sun god Apollo. Much like NASA's Apollo program, which took humans to the moon in the 1960s and 1970s, the Artemis spaceflight program will return humans to the moon and prepare us for our first travels to Mars and beyond. […]
The Innovation Lab will be open all day for you to stop in and try our 3D printers, laser engravers, virtual reality, drones and more! Try printing out a figurine or useful tool, or engrave a tag for your pet. You can even stay for a while to use our gaming systems. Room: The Atrium […]
Writing your next story or crafting a new poem? How about working on the storyboard for a graphic novel or the script for a screenplay? No matter your genre, if you're a writer, you're invited. Come share your work, gather ideas and hang out with other young writers. Room: The Martin Room - Youth Services, […]
Coding isn't just about a pageful of text and symbols. You can code using apps and even physical blocks. We'll walk you through these fun and easy coding methods to get you started on a skill that just might last a lifetime. Room: The Martin Room - Youth Services, 1st Floor Age range: Grades K-3 […]
Join us for a facilitated chess club! Jeffrey Garcia, a member of the U.S. Chess Federation with more than 25 years in the game, will teach you how to play or help you find an opponent. No experience is necessary, and all ages are welcome. No registration — just drop in!
3D printers can make figurines, tools, fidgets, useful items and so much more. Come learn how our 3D printers work, from how to pick and print a model to how the machines turn them into real life. Room: The Lee Room - Atrium, 1st Floor Age range: Kids Grades 3+ Registration is required.