Learn all about Sphero robots, then code them to complete
an obstacle course and other challenges. This ball-shaped robot can
be coded in three different ways or remotely Sphero robots are
provided. Participants will work in groups.
Enjoy a family-friendly trivia night at the library! There will be six rounds with ten questions. See if your family can be the top family! For 3rd - 12th graders and their families. (Younger siblings welcome). To register, please call the Children's Desk at (937) 433-8091 opt. 3 or fill out this form and return to either Children's Desk.
Join other teens and discuss the book Dryby Neal Shusterman while you enjoy Bill's Donuts and drinks! Copies of the book are available at the Children’s Desk, no library card required. Open to grades 6 - 12.
Join us for this mini-series and attend these four quick classes: resume writing, interviewing skills, job searching skills, and online job searching skills. Don't miss this opportunity to learn the best strategies to help you get hired! Pizza, snacks, and drinks will be provided 1 pm-2 pm. Bringing a resume is encouraged but not mandatory. A resume template is available to get you started. Use your new-found skills to attend the Teen Job Fair on February 23! Open to grades 9 - 12. In the case of inclement weather, this program will be held on February 16.
try out the 3Doodler 3D printing pen. Compact & easy to use, the 3Doodler
extrudes heated plastic that cools almost instantly into a solid, stable
structure. From fine art, to DIY, maker projects, creating scale models or
decorative items, the possibilities are limitless! We will have some special
Valentines projects for you to enjoy! For ages 13+.
If you’re interested in getting a job, or hoping to get one this summer, the time to look is now! Come to the Teen Job Fair and get information and applications from local businesses hoping to hire teens. Open to grades 9 - 12. Please note this is a drop-in program; you may come at anytime between 2:00 and 3:30.
Learn basic soldering techniques to create a siren with flashing lights, and gain practical knowledge of electronics and how circuits work. The siren can be used as an intruder alarm, bicycle siren, or just plain attention getter.
Can't make it to this session? Please consider registering for our other Soldering 101 program on Thursday, December 6th, from 6-8 PM.
Join other teens and discuss the book The 57 Busby Dashka Slater while you enjoy Bill's Donuts and drinks! Copies of the book are available at the Children’s Desk, no library card required. Open to grades 6 - 12.