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Wednesday, November 28, 2018 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Southwest Branch (Stewartsville)

Learn to recreate awesome retro 80s games like Pac Man and Pong using Scratch. This is a fun, flexible, engaging way to explore coding while making a game you can really play then customize it to make it all your own. Ready Player One?

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Age Groups: Tweens (9-12 yrs)
Wednesday, November 28, 2018 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm
Catherine Dickson Hofman Branch (Blairstown), Meeting Room

Learn the ancient art of Chinese Calligraphy! Over the 4 part course, kids will learn about the Chinese writing system, write their name in Chinese characters, pick up basic conversational phrases, and even paint on fans! Please attend all sessions if possible. For kids ages 5-12.Presented by Ms. Fang Xiao, a language teacher from China who is here through a grant for the US State Department.

Event Type: Art, Special Event
Age Groups: Tweens (9-12 yrs)
Wednesday, November 28, 2018 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Southwest Branch (Stewartsville)

Learn the game of chess and challenge your peers.Ages 5 & up.Registration required.

Event Type: Games
Age Groups: Tweens (9-12 yrs)
Wednesday, November 28, 2018 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Catherine Dickson Hofman Branch (Blairstown), Meeting Room

Learn the ancient art of Chinese Calligraphy! Over the 4 part course, you will learn about the Chinese writing system, write your name in Chinese characters, pick up basic conversational phrases, and even translate brush strokes into painting on fans! Please attend all sessions if possible. For adults and teenagers. Presented by Ms. Fang Xiao, a language teacher from China who is here through a grant from the US State Department.

Event Type: Art, Special Event
Age Groups: Adult (18+), Young Adult (13-18 yrs)

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