Monday, February 29, 2016
Teen Technology Fair
Friday, March 11. 4 pm.
Teens, bring in your favorite technology and get experience speaking in front of groups. You'll set up a booth to show off your favorite technology to library patrons and staff. This technology can be anything from a web application to a device. To register for a booth call 770.360.8897 or email Thomas.firstname.lastname@example.org
BINGO: Teen Tech Week Edition
Tuesday, March 8. 4:30 pm.
Come check out Ocee's game of BINGO! You'll compete for awesome prizes and learn about fun technologies. Ages 12-18
Wednesday March 2. 4-6 pm.
For beginner to intermediate English speakers 14 years and up. No advanced registration is necessary. Free and open to the public.
Wednesday March 2. 6 pm.
All children ages 5 to 13 are welcome to attend. Club members will learn strategies, game variations and perhaps have the opportunity to participate in a tournament.
Teen Book Club
Thursday March 3. 5:30 pm.
Teens get together to discuss the books’ highlights and lowpoints
. Ages 13-18.
Microsoft Office Made Easy
Saturday Word - March 5. 11-12:30
Skilled trainer, Chris Chu (15+ years of experience with Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, and Powerpoint) will facilitate hands-on workshops. Optional: Bring in your wireless laptop if you have Microsoft Office 2010 or newer. Contact Chris Chu at email@example.com for more information. Teens and Adults only.
Young Artists at Ocee
Saturdays: March 5. 2 pm.
These classes are designed to teach the fundamentals of art, including perspective, shading, cartooning and manga, to children and teens. Ages 7-14. Registration is not required. Limit first 20.
Saturday March 5. 3-4:30 pm.
Kids learn to code Java and HTML/CSS programming languages with Technocademy (www.technocademy.org)! Ages 8 - 13.
Friday, February 26, 2016
With the Academy Awards this Sunday, The Hollywood Reporter has released a list of the top 100 movie quotes. Quite a few of these movies began as novels or short stories - as did the #1 quote. Did you know the line was very nearly censored? One of the alternatives given by producers was ‘whoop’. Here are a few ‘novel’ quotes:
"It's alive! It's alive!" (also censored)
"Love means never having to say you're sorry."
"Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me, aren't you?"
"You is kind. You is smart. You is important."