San Marcos Public Library
Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at San Marcos Public Library! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.
 Limit by audience:
Community Coding
Saturday, Mar. 3, 10 am to 12 pm
Ages 9 and up are invited to learn the basics of coding with Scratch. Tell multimedia stories with this free, user-friendly software. Children should bring a parent to learn coding together and support future exploration. Parents - please register yourself as well as your child, but put "adult" for grade level. Participants are encouraged to come to mutiple sessions and build their coding skills.
For more coding events in our community, check out the Scratch Institute, ogranized by Dr. Sean Justice of Texas State University: 

https://www.facebook.com/ScratchSanMarcos/

Community Coding
Tuesday, Mar. 13, 2:00-4:00 pm
Ages 9 and up are invited to learn the basics of coding with Scratch. Tell multimedia stories with this free, user-friendly software. Children should bring a parent to learn coding together and support future exploration. Parents - please register yourself as well as your child, but put "adult" for grade level. Participants are encouraged to come to mutiple sessions and build their coding skills.
For more coding events in our community, check out the Scratch Institute, ogranized by Dr. Sean Justice of Texas State University: 

https://www.facebook.com/ScratchSanMarcos/

Museum Masterpieces: The National Gallery, London
Wednesday, Mar. 14, 10:30 am

In previous classes we have learned how to look at and understand great art. In a new series, we focus on distinctive period styles within the art of western and central Europe. In this series of six classes, we cover the late medieval period, Netherlandish portraits and devotional images, the art of Florence, and end with the art of the High Renaissance in Italy.

 

All of the art shown and discussed is held within the collection of the National Gallery in London, a major repository of European painting. This course serves as an introduction to one of the world’s stellar art museums—you will be taken within its galleries. It also provides a close examination of singular works. For those seeking more knowledge of the history of art, this accessible series will be most gratifying.
 

Led by Becky Duval Reese. 

 
Community Coding
Thursday, Mar. 15, 2:00-4:00 pm
Ages 9 and up are invited to learn the basics of coding with Scratch. Tell multimedia stories with this free, user-friendly software. Children should bring a parent to learn coding together and support future exploration. Parents - please register yourself as well as your child, but put "adult" for grade level. Participants are encouraged to come to mutiple sessions and build their coding skills.
For more coding events in our community, check out the Scratch Institute, ogranized by Dr. Sean Justice of Texas State University: 

https://www.facebook.com/ScratchSanMarcos/

Museum Masterpieces: The National Gallery, London
Wednesday, Mar. 21, 10:30 am

In previous classes we have learned how to look at and understand great art. In a new series, we focus on distinctive period styles within the art of western and central Europe. In this series of six classes, we cover the late medieval period, Netherlandish portraits and devotional images, the art of Florence, and end with the art of the High Renaissance in Italy.

 

All of the art shown and discussed is held within the collection of the National Gallery in London, a major repository of European painting. This course serves as an introduction to one of the world’s stellar art museums—you will be taken within its galleries. It also provides a close examination of singular works. For those seeking more knowledge of the history of art, this accessible series will be most gratifying.
 

Led by Becky Duval Reese. 

 
Community Coding
Saturday, Mar. 24, 10 am to 12 pm
Ages 9 and up are invited to learn the basics of coding with Scratch. Tell multimedia stories with this free, user-friendly software. Children should bring a parent to learn coding together and support future exploration. Parents - please register yourself as well as your child, but put "adult" for grade level. Participants are encouraged to come to mutiple sessions and build their coding skills.
For more coding events in our community, check out the Scratch Institute, ogranized by Dr. Sean Justice of Texas State University: 

https://www.facebook.com/ScratchSanMarcos/

Museum Masterpieces: The National Gallery, London
Wednesday, Mar. 28, 10:30 am

In previous classes we have learned how to look at and understand great art. In a new series, we focus on distinctive period styles within the art of western and central Europe. In this series of six classes, we cover the late medieval period, Netherlandish portraits and devotional images, the art of Florence, and end with the art of the High Renaissance in Italy.

 

All of the art shown and discussed is held within the collection of the National Gallery in London, a major repository of European painting. This course serves as an introduction to one of the world’s stellar art museums—you will be taken within its galleries. It also provides a close examination of singular works. For those seeking more knowledge of the history of art, this accessible series will be most gratifying.
 

Led by Becky Duval Reese. 

 
Museum Masterpieces: The National Gallery, London
Wednesday, Apr. 4, 10:30 am

In previous classes we have learned how to look at and understand great art. In a new series, we focus on distinctive period styles within the art of western and central Europe. In this series of six classes, we cover the late medieval period, Netherlandish portraits and devotional images, the art of Florence, and end with the art of the High Renaissance in Italy.

 

All of the art shown and discussed is held within the collection of the National Gallery in London, a major repository of European painting. This course serves as an introduction to one of the world’s stellar art museums—you will be taken within its galleries. It also provides a close examination of singular works. For those seeking more knowledge of the history of art, this accessible series will be most gratifying.
 

Led by Becky Duval Reese. 

 
Museum Masterpieces: The National Gallery, London
Wednesday, Apr. 11, 10:30 am

In previous classes we have learned how to look at and understand great art. In a new series, we focus on distinctive period styles within the art of western and central Europe. In this series of six classes, we cover the late medieval period, Netherlandish portraits and devotional images, the art of Florence, and end with the art of the High Renaissance in Italy.

 

All of the art shown and discussed is held within the collection of the National Gallery in London, a major repository of European painting. This course serves as an introduction to one of the world’s stellar art museums—you will be taken within its galleries. It also provides a close examination of singular works. For those seeking more knowledge of the history of art, this accessible series will be most gratifying.
 

Led by Becky Duval Reese. 

 
Museum Masterpieces: The National Gallery, London
Wednesday, Apr. 18, 10:30 am

In previous classes we have learned how to look at and understand great art. In a new series, we focus on distinctive period styles within the art of western and central Europe. In this series of six classes, we cover the late medieval period, Netherlandish portraits and devotional images, the art of Florence, and end with the art of the High Renaissance in Italy.

 

All of the art shown and discussed is held within the collection of the National Gallery in London, a major repository of European painting. This course serves as an introduction to one of the world’s stellar art museums—you will be taken within its galleries. It also provides a close examination of singular works. For those seeking more knowledge of the history of art, this accessible series will be most gratifying.
 

Led by Becky Duval Reese. 

 
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