1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Summary: Hang out, be inspired and do a cool activity with popular children and teen author Sharon Flake. Hear an excerpt from her new book; find out about the Rules for Unstoppable Girls and enter to win a copy of Unstoppable Octobia May!
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM
Directions to this location: Squirrel Hill - Children's Room
Summary: Imagine, design, construct! Using STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) skills to build with a variety of blocks and structural toys, children develop critical thinking, teamwork and motor and communication skills.
Kids Create: Ski Free!: We’re decorating the children’s department to look like this iconic, early computer game. First up: make little skiiers out of pipe cleaners.
Summary: This six-week class starting January 17 teaches winning strategies. And it's a lot of fun! Classes build on each other so plan to attend them all. For kindergarteners to eighth graders who know the names of pieces and their moves.
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Summary: Think it’s cold here? Winter averages 80 degrees below zero in Antarctica. Find out how it and the Arctic differ. We'll watch a glacier collapse. Take part in a simulated whiteout rescue. See a sundog and learn many kinds of ice. For ages 6-12.
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Summary: This week it won’t be Miss Whitney telling the stories! Roll the dice (they’re actually called story cubes) to determine what will happen in your story. Will you act out your story, write it, or use visual art to tell the tale? You get to choose!
Summary: This six-week class Saturdays until February 21 teaches winning strategies. And it's a lot of fun! Classes build on each other so plan to attend them all. For kindergarteners to eighth graders who know the names of pieces and their moves.
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