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Upcoming Teen Events

Wednesday
April
14
9:30​am
(Online Technology Classroom - TEC)
Event Categories: Live Online Class; Graphic Design
Learn graphic concepts and terminology. Become familiar with the basic tools required to edit and retouch digital images. Recommended Audience: Adult
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Wednesday
April
14
10:00​am
(Online Fiber Arts Classroom)
Event Categories: Maker/DIY; Arts & Crafting
We're practicing Amigurumi all month long with a special mystery project. You'll need Level 1, Level 2, and Crochet in the round skills for this project.
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Wednesday
April
14
10:00​am
(Virtual Room - Eatonville)
Who who who hoots in the night? An owl, that's who! Learn about our feathered friends on this virtual play and discovery. Recommended for ages 18-36 months.
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Wednesday
April
14
10:00​am
(Online Technology Classroom 2)
Event Categories: Web Design; Coding & Robotics
Learn basic Web design processes and terminology and how to create a simple Web page using HTML tags. Recommended Audience: Adult
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Wednesday
April
14
10:00​am
Event Category: Community & Citizenship
Social worker Andre Morris is on-site to meet with library customers and assist with social and government services by appointment only. To make an appointment visit ocls.info/socialworker.
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Registration Required
Wednesday
April
14
10:30​am
(Virtual Room - West Oaks)
Intermediate Spanish is designed to introduce learners to Spanish grammar by focusing on the parts of speech, verb conjugations, sentence structure, and vocabulary building.
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Wednesday
April
14
10:30​am
(Virtual Room - Southwest)
Event Category: Arts & Crafting
Have a great time connecting with our community on ZOOM while working on your fiber art. Be sure to bring your work in progress, yarn and tools. All levels are welcome. Recommended for Adults 18+
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Wednesday
April
14
10:30​am
Event Category: Language Learning
Join us to learn and talk about new basic English vocabulary associated with different topics. Please register!
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Wednesday
April
14
10:30​am
(Virtual Room - Washington Park)
Event Category: Storytime
Using rhymes, songs, puppets, musical instruments and more, we will be interacting together to help develop important pre-literacy skills in our littlest ones! Recommended for ages 0-18 months.
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Wednesday
April
14
10:30​am
(Editing Bay A)
Event Category: Melrose Studio Reservation
Editing Bay reservations can be made by Melrose members with general access credentials. You will have access to the room for up to 3 hours.
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