Join us virtually on Zoom for a discussion of "Tomboy" 2011 French 1hr. 22min. This film is not rated. A family moves into a new neighborhood, and a 10-year-old named Laure deliberately presents as a boy named Mikhael to the neighborhood children. This film is available to view for free on Kanopy which is accessible through the library's website.
Explore Java computer programming in one hour in-library sessions. Learn the basics of computer programming and Java, as well as how to use code in real applications.
No prior computer or programming knowledge is required to attend this program. Attendees are asked to bring their own laptop computers. The library has a limited amount of laptops for use during this program, on a first come, first served basis.
Open to ages 9 to 13. Registration required.
Led by teen volunteers Aarya R. and Shiven P. Students are expected to attend all twelve sessions
Learn about the true story of Moe Berg, a spy during World War II with a reading of the book The Spy Who Played Baseball. The reading will be followed by a craft. This program will be offered virtually for children ages 6-9. Registration is required and opens on Tuesday, November 23. A project pack will be available for pickup starting Wednesday, December 1.