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Events for Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Ginter Park
5:30 p.m.
Arts and Crafts for Veterans
Get creative and discover new talents with other veterans! Come for an evening of crafts, community, and conversation. A wide variety of craft kits are provided by Help Hospitalized Veterans (HHV). The snacks are on us!

Ginter Park
After 1:30 p.m. - subject to staff availability
Computer Crisis? Check Out a Geek!
Never used a computer before and need one-on-one help to get started? Just got a handheld device and now you’re ready for e-books? Our resident computer geek will be on hand to answer all your burning questions about your new computer, smart phone, e-reader, or tablet. All skill levels are welcome to “check out” the Geek for 30 minutes. Call ahead to reserve a specific time or just drop in.

Main
3:00 pm
Teen Book Club 4 Girls with Meg Medina
Join us for the start of this innovative book club for girls. To kick off our book club, Meg Medina will be joining us to discuss her Pura Belpré Award Winner 2014 book, ‘Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick You’re A**’. This is something you do not want to miss! Light snacks will be provided. Location: Teen Space

Main
6-8 pm
Swing Dance
Learn to swing dance! Come and join the fun.

Main
6-7 pm
Self Defense and Domestic Violence-Canceled
Join William Nelson, instructor and owner of The Dragons Gung-Fu Club and learn about self-defense.

Main
5:00- 6:30 pm
Job Club 4 Teens!
Get motivated, and stay motivated, to be successful in your job search! Experts from career developing organizations will conduct workshops for those who are interested in earning extra cash during the winter break. If you are looking for employment during the winter holidays, this is the club for you. This job club provides tips on building a successful resume, how to dress and act for an interview. We will meet every other week. Call 646-7223 to register.

Main
11 a.m
STEMulate Your Mind- Aerodynamics
Three great activites to help you get creative! Lego planes, paper planes and more! Which will fly the best? Ages 5-12. Limited space. Please call 646-4768 to register.

North Avenue
2:00 PM
Spring Break Movie Matinee
Cloudy 2 finds Flint Lockwood invited to join the Live Corp Company, and use his gift for invention for the good of mankind. But just as young Flint prepares to go to work for his hero Chester V, the young genius learns that his water-to-food machine is not only still functional, but it's also started cross-breeding animals with food. Based on the characters by Judi Barrett. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, PG, 94 mins

West End
3:30 p.m.
Spring Break Activities
Hop over to the library during spring break for some special spring stories, crafts and "bunny surprises." Best for ages 3-6 with an adult.



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