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Upcoming Events

October, 18, 2017

In this class, we will cover how to use the basic features of Microsoft Excel, such as creating worksheets and workbooks, recording and organizing data, keeping records, creating mathematical equations, and analyzing data. No prior Excel experience is needed.  Registrants are encouraged to bring... more

October, 18, 2017

These 30-minute programs are geared toward children ages 3, 4 and 5 and feature a variety of stories, music, puppetry, finger plays and a craft. Parents and caregivers remain with their preschooler during the program.

October, 18, 2017

WordPlay for Teens is a workshop designed to push teen authors' creative writing skills with unusual prompts and strategies for developing story elements. Students who have completed... more

October, 18, 2017

This course will enable experienced future programmers and engineers to build and program their own robot. In addition to learning about how robots physically work, students will focus on how robots interact with their environment and make decisions. In small, collaborative groups, students will... more

October, 18, 2017

Students from Haas Hall Academy will be available for tutoring for grades first through ninth in all subjects. We request that... more

October, 19, 2017

For birth to 24 months. This story time was developed to recognize the developmental needs and attention spans of the children this age. Parents/Caregivers interact with their babies through a variety of nursery rhymes, action rhymes, songs, and stories.... more

October, 19, 2017

Although Toddler Time follows a traditional storytime format, special care is taken to include opportunities for movement, short, developmentally-appropriate stories, and weekly repetition. Children sit near their caregivers during the storytime so that they may interact. The goal of Toddler... more

October, 19, 2017

The National Honors Society of the Fayetteville High School will be available for tutoring for grades first through ninth in all subjects. We request that the student brings homework, worksheet, or paper to work on. All tutoring is on a first come, first served basis and is located in the back... more

October, 19, 2017

This course will enable experienced future programmers and engineers to build and program their own robot. In addition to learning about how robots physically work, students will focus on how robots interact with their environment and make decisions. In small, collaborative groups, students will... more

October, 19, 2017

Come paint your own pumpkin!  Each participant will be provided with all necessary supplies, and pumpkins will be on display in the library for one week- then you get to take them home!

Registration is required and opens Thursday, September 28th.  This workshop is free and is open to... more