Join us in the iLab to learn about the 3D printer. Everyone welcome!
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Pastries, chocolate, bread, cereal, ice cream, soda. These and plenty more processed foods contain (delicious) sugars that can lead to/contribute to diseases such as obesity, diabetes, depression, dementia, arthritis, and heart disease. Explore powerful, evidence-based methods to help reduce sugar cravings and re-program the body to a healthier physiological state, without feeling deprived. Presented by… Read more »
Learn about trends in identity theft, how to recognize it, best practices for prevention, and what to do if you suspect you’re a victim. We’ll also discuss the most common fraud techniques and how to avoid them. Presented by a team from WESTconsin Credit Union, including Maria Schmitt, Vice-President of the Hudson office.
Have you ever wanted to create your own video game? Here’s your chance. Channel your creative potential as you gain greater understanding of important topics like design logic and computer science. Grades 4-8. Register online or at the front desk.
If you’re heading into physics class this fall and want to boost your confidence, join us for this special program aimed unlocking the mysteries of physics equations and Newton’s Laws in a low-key setting. Former engineer and physics instructor Ray Knapp will help you prepare for the coursework. College students are also welcome. Snacks and… Read more »
In the library iLab. Everyone welcome. No registration required.
Learn recipes inspired by books! Grades 6-12 June 28th Seed Cake – Seed cake is featured in many classic novels including The Hobbit and Jane Eyre July 26th Treacle Tart – Treacle tart is featured in Alice in Wonderland and is a favorite in Harry Potter. Limit 10. Registration required.
Make your own illuminated manuscript. Grades 5-12.
Physics. For some, it’s a fascinating way to unlock the mysteries of the universe. For others, it’s a source of dread — complicated equations and mind-bending concepts like velocity, energy and magnetism. At the Hudson Area Library, we’re offering a unique opportunity for high school students–regardless of whether they think physics is fascinating or dreadful–to… Read more »