Kids in grades 2-6 are invited to learn the nuts and bolts of designing and programming a robot. Members of the local Trial & Error team will demonstrate their 18" x 18" metal robot's capabilities, used in local area robotics competitions. Call 330-562-6502 for registration or more information.
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Teens are invited to celebrate Teen Read Week (October 8-14) by submitting a photo into our "bookface" contest. Participants are asked to take a photo using a book to augment or obscure their face to create an illusion that the book jacket artwork and your person are as one. A sampling of "bookface" photos are available in the YA section of the library.
Teens are invited to hear local teen author Jessica McKendry discuss the writing process and share a few tips on navigating the publishing process. McKendry, author of From the Ashes and The Inferiors, wrote and self-published her first book at the age of 16. Copies of books will be available for purchase and signing following her discussion. Call 330-562-6502 for more information.
Teens and tweens interested in cooking are invited to participate in Aurora Memorial Library's Build a Better Appetizer contest. They are asked to prepare an appetizer to share. Recipe should be one of their own or an existing recipe modified for the contest. These ingredients must be used: Zucchini, shallots, and red pepper. Bring a copy of their recipe too. Prizes will be awarded for taste, presentation, and most original recipe. Call 330-562-6502 for registration or register during your next visit.