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To use the 3D Printers in the Makerspace at the Main Public Library you must first attend "An Introduction to 3D Printing" workshop and then follow up with staff to book an appointment for 3D Printing Certification.
Are you interested in learning about this cutting edge technology? Sign up for our information workshop at Main Public Library to learn about different 3D printing technology, its history, and how it's being used today. Get acquainted with design process and see the printers in action!
The workshop will be offered on the following Wednesdays @ 6 PM:
Your librarian coach will guide you through your first 3D print as you put your new-found knowledge to the test!
Limit one person per session
The Main Public Library will host this program in the Makerspace on Thursday, March 9th from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM.
Maker-in-Residence, Pat Ryan, will teach you about Adafruit's powerful NeoPixel LEDs and how to incorporate them into your projects!
All ages are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Familiarity with the Arduino platform is a plus, but not required.
Space is limited, so reserve your spot now!
The New Sudbury Public Library will host biweekly sessions of "Board Game Café" on the following Wednesdays @ 1 PM:
Whether you are looking to get reacquainted with some childhood favourites or to challenge your friends to some fun and friendly competition, we have the game for you!
The Azilda Public Library will host a weekly colouring club for adults on Thursdays from 6 PM - 8 PM.
Materials will be supplied, or you may bring your own.
Registration not required.
The New Sudbury Public Library will host this event on Sunday, February 25th @ 1 PM.
The kimono is the most well known traditional Japanese form of clothing came into existence over 1000 years ago in Kyoto, Japan. The kimono has resurged in popularity within recent years while spreading all around the globe with kimono clubs being formed in dozens of countries. Join the Sudbury Kimono Club to learn all about the art of kimono.
The Main Public Library will host this program in the Makerspace on Saturday, March 4th @ 1 PM.
The Raspberry Pi is a tiny and affordable computer that you can use to learn computer programming. Join Pat Ryan, our Maker-in-Residence, and learn about the Raspberry Pi and try your hand at programming LEDs with Python programming language.
All ages welcome.
Participants should be comfortable with computers since this workshop involves computer programming.
Reserve your spot now!
The Main Public Library will host this program in the Makerspace on Thursday, April 6th from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM.
Our Maker-In-Residence, Pat Ryan will show you how to use pepakura to construct masks and armour for your cosplaying needs.
This workshop will also teach you how to use a vinyl cutter to make precise cuts and save time!
Recommended for ages 15+.
The New Sudbury Public Library will host a 4-part photography series on the following Mondays @ 6:30 PM:
This series is an introduction to the world of photography, teaching participants the basics of DSLR / mirrorless camera photography, including camer functions (shutter speed, aperture, ISO), creative photograph techniques, artistic principles and photograph editing.
Please bring your own DLSR (or similar mirrorless SLR) camera, an SD card, and a fully-charged battery to each session.
Registrations available for 12 participants.
Join Sudbury Symphony Orchestra's new music director Mélanie Léonard for these hour-long Maestro chats at the South End Public Library on the following Wednesdays @ 6:30 PM:
This new series offers an evening to rediscover the local symphony orchestra.
Parents bring your kids - story time takes place at the same time!
No registration required.
Looking for something to do? Come to the Dowling Public Library every Friday from 1 PM - 3 PM and watch great movies!
Participants choose the films from our library collection.
Register online or drop in to the library!
Everyone is welcome to join these fun, informal knit and crochet drop-in circles at the following locations:
This is a place where crafters can get together in a relaxing atmosphere and share their interests.
All skill levels are welcome.
The Main Public Library will host Sudbury Writers Monthly Open Mic, Thursday evenings @ 6:30 PM in the Reader's Lounge on the following dates in 2017:
Celebrate the power of words with Sudbury writers of all ages and walks of life, at monthly evenings of stories and poetry.
Local writers and readers can share their own work or that of their favourite authors. Those wishing to read can sign up at the event or you can just listen and enjoy!
The Main Public Library will host this program in the Makerspace on Saturday, March 25th @ 1 PM.
Join our Maker-in-Residence, Pat Ryan, and create lights and sounds using a Wii Nunchuck and Arduino!
All ages are welcome! Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Familiarity with Arduino is a plus but not required.
Spots are limited so register now!
Bring a friend or family member if you're willing to share an Arduino kit!
The Main Public Library will offer one-on-one vinyl cutting sessions in the Makerspace.
Learn how to use the GCC Expert 24LX vinyl cutter and GreatCut 3 software to create vinyl decals for your signs, décor, clothing, and more!
Limit one person per session.