This monthly program will allow young filmmakers the opportunity to learn more about the production process, without the time commitment of our Tween Filmmakers Club.
Our August program will focus on camera work! We will discuss camera movements, angles, shot composition, and more... plus participants will learn how to work the library's new DSLR camera!
No experience is necessary, and registration is not required.
*This program is intended for ages 8-12*
Are you interested in the movie making process? Want to try it out yourself? Then join us for the Tween Filmmakers Club! Work with other tweens to create a script, props, and costumes, then help film and edit a short movie! This progam includes 4 progressive sessions: September 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th. The viewing party for the finished film will be Wednesday, October 4th, here at the library! Each child will receive a DVD of the completed movie.
September 19th is officially known as International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Brush up on your sea slang, and observe this quirky holiday with pirate themed party.
Celebrate sea scallywags with eye patches, parrots, trinkets, treasure, and ships. Costumes are allowed!
*This program is intended for grades 6-12*
Join us on the third Thursday of each month for a cup of hot chocolate/coffee/tea and a relaxed book discussion.
Learn the ins and outs of Microsoft Word - change fonts, do formatting, add graphics and pictures, and create simple documents. Some previous computer experience is preferred.
Enjoy a special teen screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens!
Rewatch the film before The Last Jedi hits theaters.
Popcorn and a BB-8 craft will be provided!
Calling all Mouth-Breathers, Middle School AV Clubs, and Demogorgons. As season two of the Netflix hit show Stranger Things arrives, our Halloween party will be focused on the dark Sci-fi. Enjoy Stranger Things trivia, games, crafts, and snacks. Feel free to arrive in costume for the show, or in your best '80s throwback fashion!
Enjoy a screening of Big Hero 6!
Snacks and crafts will be provided at this two hour program.
Our November Homeschool Hour is another Art program!
We will be learning about the art of photography. What makes a good picture? We'll talk about framing, depth, color, light, and more!
Students are welcome to bring their own phones/cameras/tablets/etc. to take pictures, or they may work in a group with library-provided equipment.
*Please sign up for this program in advance*
Learn about meteorology in our October Homeschool Hour!
In the first half of our program, we will focus on learning a little bit about different types of weather, and what causes them. In the second half, you'll get to try your hand at being a meteorologist by filming a news forecast in front of a greenscreen, just like the newscasters on TV!