Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Our Place (Teen Room) and MakeSpace 101 Programs at HPL

The Hubbard Public Library provides free and easy access to information, ideas, books, and technologies that enrich, educate, and empower the individuals of our diverse community. Our Place at HPL (the teen room) is Safe Zone certified and is intended to provide a safe place for teens to engage in their community.

Our MakerSpace 101 programs are intended to provide basic instruction and/or introduction into all things MakerSpace. Whether it be learning a simple way to construct a cookie cutter for 3D printing or learning to code, all of the MakeSpace 101 programs are introductory and based on beginning skills. 

Questions? Email

Code Club for ages 9-13 gives our younger patrons the opportunity to work on learning to code and to develop their own video games, programs, websites, and more. It is a fun and creative session where the children are encouraged to collaborate, use critical thinking skills, and laugh with one another as much as possible. Registration is necessary and seating is limited. Email to register.

 Girls Who Code is national nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. At the club meetings, 6th-12th grade girls explore coding and community enrichment in a fun and friendly environment.  Each session will collaborate on and create a community project. Join us Wednesdays at 4:30 pm and watch for an additional evening session beginning in February. Registration is required and seating is limited. Email to register. 

Design your own cookie cutter!

Any level of computer skill welcome.
Register now! Limited seating available. Please email to register with your contact info and the session you are requesting. This is a great introduction to how simple 3D printing can be!

Join us! Email to register.

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