February 2018

Saturday, February 24

Raspberry Pi vs. Arduino

Adults
Teens
2:00 pm
Interactive Classroom

Age 13-Adult. We’ll discuss the Raspberry Pi micro-computer and the Arduino micro-controller and the awesome things you can do with them!

Monday, February 26

*CANCELED* Basic Comic Book Lettering

Adults
Teens
6:30 pm
Pollak Room AB

*THIS CLASS HAS BEEN CANCELED* Ages 13-Adult. In this two part course, you'll learn the basics of lettering comics using Adobe Illustrator. Part one: 2/19. Part two: 2/26. egistering for the first class automatically registers you for the second.

Tuesday, February 27

String Theory: Meetup (grades 4-12)

Kids
Teens
4:00 pm
Youth Services Activity Room

String Theory Meetup for past participants of the String Theory program. Bring your current project and show us what you're working on.

Photographic Lighting Basics

Adults
Teens
6:00 pm
Interactive Classroom

Age 13-Adult. In this interactive lecture, we'll learn how to control light and color using basic lighting systems for photographing small objects to portraiture.

Solar Energy for Your Home

Adults
Teens
7:00 pm
Pollak Room AB

Learn how easy and affordable it is to get energy from the sun. Homeowners Bob Walker and Jay Futterman will explain how photovoltaic (solar) panels work and the financial incentives available in Illinois. Learn from their first-hand experience about the process, obstacles, and range of applications for installing solar on your home. Co-sponsored by Go Green Northbrook.

Wednesday, February 28

Girls Who Code

Teens
Kids
4:30 pm
Pollak Room A

Weekly meeting for our Girls Who Code club for Spring 2018, grades 6-12. The club is full and no further participants are being accepted.

Teen Volunteering (high school)

Teens
6:00 pm
Youth Services Activity Room

Every Wednesday in January and February, we’re offering volunteer hours for high school students in need of just a few more service hours. Register for one of the 3 spots.

Heads up - these won’t be glamourous jobs, think dusting miles of bookshelves, cleaning thousands of legos, and alphabetizing millions books.

February 2018