Teen Gaming Fix * Mayors Teen Advisory Council * Youth in Action * Blended Zine * Summer Reading
Make.Do"Call for Makers"
April 12, 2014
1pm to 3pm
Join us for Teen Tech Week during SPRING BREAK
REGISTER ONLINE TO DO one of the following PRESENTATIONS or one of your own
Techies can present one of the following:
"Lego Educberry Pation/Mindstorms"
If you choose to do one of your own and need supplies,
please check with the teen zone staff to see if we can help you collect
what you need.
Join us on the 1st Thursday @ 6:30
Join us on the 1st Thursday, April 3 @ 6:30pm
Breakfast with the Mayor at TJ's Downtown Diner,
March 27th beginning at 9:30am
San Juan County teens, youth mentors, etc. record
volunteer and service learning hours online.
The online record can be printed for documentation when
filling out job applications, college applications, etc. Discuss teen
issues and find solutions to reach out, speak out and help out your
community. Not limited to Farmington youth… Aztec, Bloomfield, Kirtland
and Shiprock, too!
Over 3500 hours have been logged- great job everyone!
Thanks to the volunteers that placed
1325 stickers at Smith's. These stickers warn of the consequences of
providing alcohol to minors. Find out about this and other volunteer
projects at the Mayor's Teen Advisory Council meetings.
Mondays at 4pm in the Teen Zone
March 10…The Simpson’s Movie
March 17… Xmen
March 24…Max Payne
Bring this card when visiting the library.
With each visit get up to four (4) punches to earn
FREE Snacks for MOVIE DAY.
Spring Break "Do-It-Yourself" #TTW14
2pm to 4pm in the Library Laboratory
Teens visit the library laboratory in the Teen Zone to extend
learning beyond the classroom. Explore, create and share content using
the newest technology and teach us a few things, too. Share some of
your expertise and register for the library's maker space on April 12.
Monday, March 24
The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that
plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It is a capable little computer which
can be used in electronics projects, and for many of the things that
your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It
also plays high-definition video.
Tuesday, March 25
Instead of using the computer keyboard buttons to play the
piano, you can hook up the MaKey MaKey to something fun, like bananas,
and the bananas become your piano keys. Come create and explore what
you can do!
Wednesday, March 26
Bristlebot: A tiny directional vibrobot
The BristleBot is a simple and tiny robot with an agenda.
The ingredients? One toothbrush, a battery, and a pager motor. The
result? Serious fun.
Thursday, March 27
With its capability to print just about anything you can
imagine, the 3d printer is worth a try. Staff will be demonstrating just
a few of the possible projects that can be built and share information
to begin designing your own pieces.
Friday, March 28
Want to build a robot but not sure where to begin? Lego
Mindstorms uses basic computer programming to get you started- and you
can build the robot yourself!
Teens 13-19 with a valid library card in good standing
and meet the qualifications listed in the Gaming Policy can enjoy video
games. Check the website for a list of games and tournaments.
Earn $100! Have a talent or a hobby??
Submit a project for teens and present it at the Mayor's Teen Advisory Council Participants must be between 13 and 25 years old
Video by Jamie Wood, part of Teen Tech Week 2013
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