Local musician DJ Gundz will offer a tutorial of professional software, Traktor Pro, and help participants blend and mix music. Participants will have the opportunity to use a controller to adjust beats per minute and create effects on the songs. All are welcome to try out their own music by bringing songs of a similar genre on CD or USB. Manual turntables and records will not be used.
For more information or to register, contact Teen Services Librarian Regina at 272-4557 ext 274 or email@example.com.
TCPL Teens presents Game On Summer!, a gaming get together for people entering grades 6-12 this fall who are interested in fantasy and sci-fi tabletop, rpg, and card games. Meet with us every week and join in with Magic the Gathering, Munchkin, Dungeons and Dragons, and many other awesome games.
Snacks and refreshments will be provided.
For more information, call 272-4557 ext. 274 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is supported by a grant from the Erin Aljoe Schlather Dedicated Memorial Fund of the Community Foundation of Tompkins County.
Learn how electronics can be integrated into clothing to produce garments and accessories that can move, emit sound, and light up in response to their environment! In this two-part workshop pre-teens and teens can try on some microcontroller-based wearable projects, and design and make their own wearable circuitry to take home. No electronics experience necessary. Participants will have the option to borrow Arduino kits to take their projects to the next level and show off their creations at an expo on August 23rd. Facilitated by Ithaca Generator Makerspace.
Space is limited; to register, contact Teen Services Librarian Regina at 272-4557 ext 274 or email@example.com.
Explore worlds unknown through writing this summer with celebrated local writer Katharyn Howd Mahan. This series of eight workshops will cover a wide variety of fiction writing within the science fiction and fantasy genre. Work created in this workshop will be published in a book for each participant to keep and one for the library collection too!
Space is limited so register soon by calling 272-4557 ext. 274 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come on down and try your hand at TCPL's first trivia night for teens! DJ Bob Proehl will be running the evening featuring questions from all aspects of science fiction, fantasy, and general nerd fandom. Do you know Dr. Who, Harry Potter, or Star Wars better than everyone? Show us! There will be prizes for the winning three teams and free pizza and soda for everyone.
For more information, contact Teen Services Librarian Regina at email@example.com or 272-4557 ext. 274
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