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For teen technology classes be sure to check out TechKrew.
What are the best foods to eat to fuel your body before a fun workout? Come join us to find out, eat a snack and get active! Ages 6-12. #tween #foodie
Every Tuesday-from Xbox to Chess, Pokemon and more! #tween #wii #xbox360
Hand knitted dishcloths are a great addition to any kitchen. Choose from several patterns and knit in a relaxed, social environment.
Ready to try something new? Learn new skills with our featured pattern of the month, Ann Weaver's "Knits and Purls Dishcloth".
This is a multi-day class.
Required Materials: Students must bring the following materials to complete the project: 100 yards of worsted (medium/size 4) cotton yarn, size US 7 knitting needles and stitch markers.
Make lace work a cinch! The triple and double triple crochet stitches are great for lace scarves, shawls and sweaters. Create a lace bookmark using these two new stitches.
Students have the option of bringing in materials for class. If you elect to provide your own materials, please provide approximately 20 yards (0.35 ounces) of worsted (medium/size 4) weight yarn and size US I (5.5 mm) crochet hook.
#tec101 #fiberarts #crochet
Reading Clearly Intermediate is an English class design to work on reading skills and strategies to increase reading comprehension. Participants must have a basic understanding of English. Even if participants do not speak English well, they can participate if they understand some English.
Customize your cuts and engraving on different materials. Cut2D Desktop provides a full set of tool path options to convert designs from simple graphics into CNC routing operations. Export your files to be used on any type of CNC router.
Learn the basic concepts of computer code with Dash the robot. Program your robot to talk, flash lights, and run around the library! No prior coding or robotics knowledge needed. Registration required. Ages 6 - 12. #science #stem #coding #robotics #dash
Get Ready, Get Set, Apply! Feeling overwhelmed by the whole idea of applying to college? Register for Rock Your College Applications at the Orlando Public Library. This four-part series will help high school juniors and seniors understand how to search for colleges, as well as prepare and submit applications. Learn about creating a personal application timeline, deciding on and preparing for standardized testing, completing the different types of applications and writing application essays. Discover the wealth of free online and print resources available from OCLS.
Take your first step into Pro Tools. Explore the environment of the most popular professional audio program and understand workflows that the pros use. Master setting up your session, use common editing tools and effectively manage tracks to begin working like a pro in Pro Tools.
Required Skills: Ability to navigate and open programs in the Mac OS X operating system. Basic understanding of physics of sound and digital audio theory, including sample rate and bit depth.
Recommended Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Sound for Audio Engineering
Want to build or test your game? Come to an this open lab and use available game engines to build or test your game. Equipment for game design in VR will also be available, including Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. An instructor will be available to assist and answer questions. Please note: Questions are handled based on the topics discussed in any of the classes.