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The Melrose Center will feature week-long, 2-hour camp-style sessions from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday. A materials fee of $25 applies for each camp. Registration is required with a Library card in good standing. Seats are limited, so register today!
Craft simple and easy projects using LED lights, a Silhouette cutter and a 3D printer.
Day 1: Exploring Circuitry with LED Lights: Create a personalized greeting card with a flashing LED! Use electronic components and conductive paint to construct a simple circuit. Learn basic electronics concepts like polarity, switches, conductivity and LEDs.
Day 2: Personalized Stickers with Silhouette Studio: Create a customized vinyl sticker using the Silhouette Cameo electronic cutting machine. Learn the basics of Silhouette Studio graphic design software including adding shapes, designs and text.
Day 3: Custom Cookie Cutters & 3D for Kids: Use a simple online tool to design your own custom cookie cutter. See your design come to life as it is created on one of our 3D printers.
Day 4: Photo Booth and Button Maker: Create your own buttons using photos and a button press. Customize the look of your buttons with graphic design and photo editing software.
Day 5: Build a LED Night Light: Create a customized night light using the Silhouette Cameo electronic cutting machine. Create a basic circuit while learning simple circuitry and electronics.
Day 6: Showcase: The spotlight is on you! On the last day of the camp, you'll have a chance to present your awesome projects to your family, friends, and others who will attend the camp's Showcase event. Share what you have learned about Electronic Engineering!
Cost for out-of-county kids: $75 for each camp (includes classes and materials)
Tour the new Dorothy Lumley Melrose Center for Technology, Innovation, and Creativity. This unique 26,000 square foot center includes individual and collaborative work spaces, an audio production studio, a photography studio, a video production studio, fab lab, and simulation lab.
This class will introduce microphones, their use in the studio, and also discuss signal routing. Students will learn the difference between condenser and dynamic microphones, learn to apply phantom power, and learn essential practices for microphone use and care. Students will also learn about signal routing in the studio, including how to send cues and use the talk-back system. This class helps prepare students for the Audio Assessment covering these topics.
Legio VI-Florida Cohort brings history to life through artifacts, reconstructions and re-enactments of first century Rome. Florida Cohort is affiliated with Legio VI Ferrata Fidelas Constans (Legion Six, “Iron (Clad) Always Faithful”) of Summerville, South Carolina.
Displayed on the First and Third Floors of the Orlando Public Library, Through August
Services and Programs
The library collection includes books, audio books, informational and entertainment videos and DVDs, recorded music, world language materials, a Young Adult collection, an Adult Literacy Collection, Florida Collection, Disney archive as well as magazines for leisure reading and research plus microfilm.
Public computers offering Internet access, and online reference resources including the Library catalog are located throughout the building.
Three computer labs allows us to teach classes for PC and MAC users. Our friendly and knowledgeable Technology and Customer Support Specialists teach over one hundred and thirty classes a month.
Drive-up window on Wall Street allows patrons to return items while remaining in their cars.
Four meeting rooms available for use by non-profit organizations. Request a room online or call us at 407.835.7323. Reading areas and study rooms for small groups of six or less are located on each of the four public levels.
Tours of the Orlando Public Library are available by appointment, please call the Community Relations Office.