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Teen | Centre Branch Library INTRODUCTION TO ARDUINO Arduino? What’s an Arduino? Come in and learn about these little electronics boards that can be programmed to blink lights, run motors and read sensors. You can use them to make projects like robots, cosplay lighting effects, and other ‘smart’ projects. This class will get you started with the basics. No experience needed, just a desire to learn something new. You will need to bring your own laptop to install the Arduino programming software. Registration is required. 6:00 pm Tuesday | Mar. 6 Apr. 3 May 1 THE ARDUINO HOBBYIST GROUP Come join us as we learn how to make Arduino projects work. See how to use lights, motors, sensors and other peripherals with your Arduino and make awesome projects! We will also take time to discuss projects that group members are making and help make them successful. Participation in this group assumes a basic knowledge of how Arduinos work, either from prior knowledge or through our Introduction to Arduino class. Please bring a laptop with the Arduino software installed. Registration is required. 6:00 pm Tuesday | Mar. 13, 27 Apr. 10, 24 May 8, 22

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Want to work at a tech company? Get your start with a Girls Who Code Club! Girls Who Code Clubs are FREE programs for 6th - 12th grade girls to explore coding in a fun and friendly way. Use computer science to impact your community and join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models. 1:00 pm Saturday afternoons starting Mar. 24 STORYTELLERS - EPIC POEMS Join us for this 3 part workshop and expand your creative writing realm in a pressure-free environment. For ages 13 and older. 6:30 pm Friday | Apr. 6, 13, 20 ANIME CLUB Have an interest in manga and anime? Join the Anime Club! Each month we will focus on a new theme. For ages 13 and older.

SONG LYRIC WORKSHOP WITH GERRY LAFEMINA For high school students. The relationship between melody and language, between rhythm and “story,” between lyrics and lyricism will be explored, as will focus on hooks, familiarity and surprise, and phrasing. Students are encouraged to bring instruments! Registration is required. 11:00 am Saturday | Apr. 7 10

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Fan Art 6:30 pm Thursday | Mar. 29

Otaku Food 6:30 pm Thursday | May 31

Japanese Games 6:30 pm Thursday | Apr. 26 ROBOTICS CLUB Explore the world of robotics and coding! For ages 10 and older. 6:00 pm Wednesday | Mar. 14 Apr. 11, 25 May 9, 23

Belong | Spring 2018  
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