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Design and create your very own shadow box Halloween decoration! Use festive silhouettes and back lighting to create a custom pumpkin to take home! All supplies provided, one craft per person. This program will take place in the Community Room.
Ages 13-17 ONLY
No Registration Required, while supplies last
CoderDojo Coding Club is an open learning environment featuring a different coding language at each table. Collaborate with others interested in the coding language you are interested in. Bring a project or start something new. Help each other with projects. Adult mentors are available for assistance.
• Events are open to students from 11 - 17 years of age.
• Bring your own laptop or borrow one from the library.
• Seating is limited, so please register. Walk-ins only permitted if there is space available.
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Cupertino Library 2nd Floor ThinkTank. Effective September 10, 2019
Same time, same great people in a new room. Knitters of all skill levels are welcome at the Cupertino Knit-ins, now held in the ThinkTank on the 2nd Floor of the library. No instruction is provided, but all knitters are welcome help each other. Please provide your own needles and yard for your projects.
Where is the Think Tank?
Take the elevator or the stairs to the second floor. From the top of the stairs, turn to your left, and walk straight along between the wall and the first California Western Americana stack. When you reach the center aisle, turn to your right, and you'll see a short hallway. The ThinkTank is the glassed-in room on your left.
From the elevator, turn to your right, then around the corner to your right again, and follow the directions above.
October 23, 2019
Cupertino Community Hall 7 - 9 pm
All ages welcome, but only teens in grades 7 through 12 may slam poetry.
1st Place = $50
2nd Place = $25
3rd Place = $10
Calling all teen poets!
Join us for Cupertino Library's 3rd Annual Teen Poetry Slam!
Join us and be part of this special event where local teen poets go onstage to drop their original work to the audience. This is your time to shine through sharing your words and feelings through poetry!
In this two-round event, participants will read one original poem, or a memorized poem. Contestants need to bring at least two original poems, written or memorized, one for each of the two rounds in order to compete. There will be an Open Mic segment for those who wish to read, but not compete. The event is free and open to the public.
Mighty Mike McGee, Santa Clara County Poet Laureate, comedian and poetry champion, will join Cupertino Poet Laureate Kaecey McCormick for the Poetry Slam Workshops leading up to the Poetry Slam. Be sure to register for the workshops as well!
If you register for the poetry slam please be sure to bring 2 of your own poems to the contest.
Money prizes will be awarded to the winners and food and refreshments will be given to the audience.
This program is graciously supported by the Friends of the Cupertino Library.
Fun crafts for teens. Must be 12 - 18 years old. You'll be amazed at the cool crafts you can produce in an hour! Every 4th Thursday of the month at 4:00 PM we will feature a different type of craft project. We'll provide the materials and basic instruction and assistance -- YOU provide the imagination.
October's craft: Bandana Pumpkin
Space is limited, so please register online.
Free, of course! See you there, in the Auditorium.
Ground Floor Story Room 2-3 pm