Tuesday, June 16, 2009

This week at the library. . .

First, don't forget our weekly, recurring programs.

Video Editing 101
Tuesday, June 16, 1-3 p.m.
Central Branch, The Studio

If you fancy yourself the next Stephen Spielberg then we invite you to learn the basics of how videos are put together. Using Adobe Premiere, we will navigate the basics of importing, editing and completing digital videos.

Must be 13-18, bring your library card and a picture ID (school ID or driver's license), or a parent with an ID.

The Art of Ancient Origami
Wednesday, June 17, 2:30-5:30 p.m.
Southwest Branch Library

Learn the ancient ceremonial art of Japanese paper folding with a modern twist!

Got Tape? Redux
Thursday, June 18, 3-6 p.m.
Southeast Branch Library

Join us at the Southeast Branch for this Summer Reading Club craft favorite as we once again test our ingenuity using duct tape as our creative tool. Explore the possibilities this versatile tape and your imagination have to offer as you make everything from unique (and free!) Father’s Day gifts like wallets and ties to flip flops and sturdy bags for the pool. Whatever you choose to create using the “strongest tape in the world,” it is sure to survive the test of time! All supplies provided.

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