This is for kids between 9 and 13 who love to code! Please join us! New projects and games every month!
Kilton Conference Room
Coding club for kids age 9-13 who love to code. New projects every month!
This is a book discussion session for parents who are concerned about their children's use of technology. We will discuss "Screenwise : helping kids thrive (and survive) in their digital world" by Devorah Heitner, PhD. Technology can seem overwhelming to parents, who often have little idea what is important to their kids online or how best to mentor them as they engage with the digital world. Today's kids are growing up with this technology, and it will continue to shape their daily lives as they grow. There is great value in developing good habits around online behavior.
Are you a kid between the ages of 9 and 13?
Do you like to code?
Are you not afraid of GHOSTS?!?
Then come join us for a spooky coders club meeting where we will create a ghost-catching game!
Monday, October 7th. FREE.
Registration absolutely required.
Please email Amber at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
The Lebanon public libraries are retiring some older computers. Rather than throw them in the landfill, we are using them for a program.
In this program, we will completely disassemble and then reassemble the computers going over each part and what it does.
This program is limited to 6 computers. Children over the age of 12 may sign up on their own, or families can sign up together. Sign up to register.
Summer Reading Recommendations and Next Year's Book Buffet
Bring your favorite or most anticipated summer reads to recommend, and leave with a print list of great titles. We'll also determine the topics for next year's Book Buffet discussions.
Bring a book or list of books to share for a banquet of books and opinions, Brown bag lunches are welcome.
Resistance or Terrorist? Novels and Nonfiction
Whom do we consider national heroes, brave freedom fighters? And what makes a terrorist? Spies, revolutionaries, rebels and patriots have their stories written by the victors.
The novels and nonfiction we'll discuss make the distinctions not quite so clear.
A selection of books is on display at the Kilton Library, or bring a favorite to discuss. Brown bag lunches are welcome.
What Shall We Wear? Clothing, fashion, the industries, the arts and the environment
The manufacture of clothing has a tremendous impact on our culture. What systems, ideals, and personalities do novels and nonfiction portray?
A selection of books is on display at the KIlton Library, or choose a favorite to discuss. Brown bag lunches are welcome.
Rivers in history and novels: Settings or the Main Character?
The powerful influence of rivers, their currents, hazards and glories have captured people's imaginations. How have these large and small bodies of moving water affected those who live on and around them?
A selection of books is on display at the Kilton Library, or bring along a favorite to discuss. Brown bag lunches are welcome.
Religious communities and cults in fiction and nonfiction
From the middle ages to the present day people have acted on their faith by drawing together in communities separate from the world. How are individuals and families affected by the life set apart by belonging to religious communities?
A selection of books on the theme is on display at Kilton Library, or you may bring a favorite to discuss. Brown bag lunches are welcome.