Our Maker Monday series is in need of Makers! Do you have an awesome pickle recipe? Do you know how to can? Can you make wine? Know how to code or program a Raspberry Pi? Share your skills with other fans. Contact Elizabeth at email@example.com or call 570-348-3000 ext. 3050 or more info or to volunteer.
Upcoming Maker Mondays:
Intro to Quilting
Monday, June 9th at 7 pm.
Join Briana Townsend and Elizabeth Davis for an introduction to quilting. They will be reviewing supplies, tools and tips to get started. Make a fun quilted coaster to show off your new skills! We’ll be meeting in the Community Room for this session.
Monday, June 16th at 7 pm.
Join Terra McAulliffe for a fun “make and take” workshop where you will learn about Young Living Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils, how to incorporate them into your summertime fun, and create your own spray or roll-on for cooling off, bug repellent or soothing sun-damaged skin. Discover the healing powers of Nature’s Living Energy! RSVP Here. We’ll be meeting in the Community Room for this session.
Intro to LEGO Robotics
Monday, July 14th at 7 pm.
Join as we explore the library’s LEGO Robotics kit. Learn how to build and program a LEGO Mindstorm NXT robot. This program is for anyone interested ages 12 and up. We’ll be meeting in the Computer Learning Lab located in the basement of the Children’s Library.
Farmers’ Market Challenge
Monday, August 11th at 7 pm.
Bring your favorite dish to share with other contestants for a chance to win a Gift Certificate to one of the local farmers’ markets.
1. 50% or more of your ingredients need to be local grown. You can get them from your own garden, the Farmers’ Market or local farm share.
2. Bring your list of ingredients with your prepared dish.
We’ll be meeting in the Community Room for this session.
Monday, August 18th at 7 pm.
Like to tinker? Want to play with some new fun tools to learn about circuits, programming and other fun stuff? Bring your own Arduino, Raspberry Pi or tinkering projects to demo or play with our tech! This program is for anyone interested ages 12 and up. We’ll be meeting in the Computer Learning Lab located in the basement of the Children’s Library.