Tuesday January 22, 2019
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Stop Motion Animation for Teens

This hands-on class teaches the step by step process of creating stop motion animation, from the making of flexible characters out of clay, all the way to the completion of a finished scene. Using more modern frame grabbing technology, to capture images, students will be able to see their progress each day.

Stop Motion is the original film animation. By moving objects, or model characters, between frame exposures on the camera, those same objects, or characters came mysteriously to life, and appeared to move by themselves when the film was played back at regular speed. Such memorable characters as Gumby, Wallace & Gromit, and King Kong (1933), were all brought to life through stop motion.

Limited to 8 participants, so register early. This is a six week course, and you must attend all six. Anyone registered for the first class is automatically registered for the next five.


Tim Smyth is a professional stop motion animator who has animated on the TV shows “Celebrity Deathmatch”, “The P’J’s” “Blake Shelton’s Not So Family Christmas” , and “A Very Pentatonix Christmas” as well as TV and Web spots like Visine, and KRE-O toys. Tim grew up (more or less) in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and was inspired to get into stop motion, and filmmaking, when he was very young, after a viewing of the 1933 film “King Kong”.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

This hands-on class teaches the step by step process of creating stop motion animation, from the making of flexible characters out of clay, all the way to the completion of a finished scene. Using more modern frame grabbing technology, to capture images, students will be able to see their progress each day.

Stop Motion is the original film animation. By moving objects, or model characters, between frame exposures on the camera, those same objects, or characters came mysteriously to life, and appeared to move by themselves when the film was played back at regular speed. Such memorable characters as Gumby, Wallace & Gromit, and King Kong (1933), were all brought to life through stop motion.

Limited to 8 participants, so register early. This is a six week course, and you must attend all six. Anyone registered for the first class is automatically registered for the next five.


Tim Smyth is a professional stop motion animator who has animated on the TV shows “Celebrity Deathmatch”, “The P’J’s” “Blake Shelton’s Not So Family Christmas” , and “A Very Pentatonix Christmas” as well as TV and Web spots like Visine, and KRE-O toys. Tim grew up (more or less) in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and was inspired to get into stop motion, and filmmaking, when he was very young, after a viewing of the 1933 film “King Kong”.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

Thursday January 24, 2019
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Robotic Hands (grades 6-12)

Teens! Come make a robotic anatomical hand! We'll craft them using cardboard, straws, and string. 

For teens in grades 6-12

Please register!

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Milhendler Room
There are 6 spaces available.

Teens! Come make a robotic anatomical hand! We'll craft them using cardboard, straws, and string. 

For teens in grades 6-12

Please register!

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Milhendler Room

There are 6 spaces available.

Tuesday January 29, 2019
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Stop Motion Animation for Teens

This hands-on class teaches the step by step process of creating stop motion animation, from the making of flexible characters out of clay, all the way to the completion of a finished scene. Using more modern frame grabbing technology, to capture images, students will be able to see their progress each day.

Stop Motion is the original film animation. By moving objects, or model characters, between frame exposures on the camera, those same objects, or characters came mysteriously to life, and appeared to move by themselves when the film was played back at regular speed. Such memorable characters as Gumby, Wallace & Gromit, and King Kong (1933), were all brought to life through stop motion.

Limited to 8 participants, so register early. This is a six week course, and you must attend all six. Anyone registered for the first class is automatically registered for the next five.


Tim Smyth is a professional stop motion animator who has animated on the TV shows “Celebrity Deathmatch”, “The P’J’s” “Blake Shelton’s Not So Family Christmas” , and “A Very Pentatonix Christmas” as well as TV and Web spots like Visine, and KRE-O toys. Tim grew up (more or less) in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and was inspired to get into stop motion, and filmmaking, when he was very young, after a viewing of the 1933 film “King Kong”.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

This hands-on class teaches the step by step process of creating stop motion animation, from the making of flexible characters out of clay, all the way to the completion of a finished scene. Using more modern frame grabbing technology, to capture images, students will be able to see their progress each day.

Stop Motion is the original film animation. By moving objects, or model characters, between frame exposures on the camera, those same objects, or characters came mysteriously to life, and appeared to move by themselves when the film was played back at regular speed. Such memorable characters as Gumby, Wallace & Gromit, and King Kong (1933), were all brought to life through stop motion.

Limited to 8 participants, so register early. This is a six week course, and you must attend all six. Anyone registered for the first class is automatically registered for the next five.


Tim Smyth is a professional stop motion animator who has animated on the TV shows “Celebrity Deathmatch”, “The P’J’s” “Blake Shelton’s Not So Family Christmas” , and “A Very Pentatonix Christmas” as well as TV and Web spots like Visine, and KRE-O toys. Tim grew up (more or less) in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and was inspired to get into stop motion, and filmmaking, when he was very young, after a viewing of the 1933 film “King Kong”.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

Saturday February 2, 2019
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Teen Tabletop Roleplaying: Starfinder

Today's campaign will follow Starfinder - a futuristic spin-off of Pathfinder! This is a great entry to roleplaying for fans of Guardians of the Galaxy and Star Wars! All materials will be provided by the DM.

For teens in grades 6-12

Please register!

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Cavallaro Room
There are 8 spaces available.

Today's campaign will follow Starfinder - a futuristic spin-off of Pathfinder! This is a great entry to roleplaying for fans of Guardians of the Galaxy and Star Wars! All materials will be provided by the DM.

For teens in grades 6-12

Please register!

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

There are 8 spaces available.

Tuesday February 5, 2019
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Stop Motion Animation for Teens

This hands-on class teaches the step by step process of creating stop motion animation, from the making of flexible characters out of clay, all the way to the completion of a finished scene. Using more modern frame grabbing technology, to capture images, students will be able to see their progress each day.

Stop Motion is the original film animation. By moving objects, or model characters, between frame exposures on the camera, those same objects, or characters came mysteriously to life, and appeared to move by themselves when the film was played back at regular speed. Such memorable characters as Gumby, Wallace & Gromit, and King Kong (1933), were all brought to life through stop motion.

Limited to 8 participants, so register early. This is a six week course, and you must attend all six. Anyone registered for the first class is automatically registered for the next five.


Tim Smyth is a professional stop motion animator who has animated on the TV shows “Celebrity Deathmatch”, “The P’J’s” “Blake Shelton’s Not So Family Christmas” , and “A Very Pentatonix Christmas” as well as TV and Web spots like Visine, and KRE-O toys. Tim grew up (more or less) in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and was inspired to get into stop motion, and filmmaking, when he was very young, after a viewing of the 1933 film “King Kong”.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

This hands-on class teaches the step by step process of creating stop motion animation, from the making of flexible characters out of clay, all the way to the completion of a finished scene. Using more modern frame grabbing technology, to capture images, students will be able to see their progress each day.

Stop Motion is the original film animation. By moving objects, or model characters, between frame exposures on the camera, those same objects, or characters came mysteriously to life, and appeared to move by themselves when the film was played back at regular speed. Such memorable characters as Gumby, Wallace & Gromit, and King Kong (1933), were all brought to life through stop motion.

Limited to 8 participants, so register early. This is a six week course, and you must attend all six. Anyone registered for the first class is automatically registered for the next five.


Tim Smyth is a professional stop motion animator who has animated on the TV shows “Celebrity Deathmatch”, “The P’J’s” “Blake Shelton’s Not So Family Christmas” , and “A Very Pentatonix Christmas” as well as TV and Web spots like Visine, and KRE-O toys. Tim grew up (more or less) in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and was inspired to get into stop motion, and filmmaking, when he was very young, after a viewing of the 1933 film “King Kong”.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

Monday February 11, 2019
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Teen Card Making

Teens! Come make a homemade Valentine's Day card for your friends or loved ones!

For teens in grades 6-12

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Milhendler Room
Registration will begin on Friday, February 1, 2019 at 8:00 AM     

Teens! Come make a homemade Valentine's Day card for your friends or loved ones!

For teens in grades 6-12

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Milhendler Room

Registration will begin on Friday, February 1, 2019 at 8:00 AM     

Tuesday February 12, 2019
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Stop Motion Animation for Teens

This hands-on class teaches the step by step process of creating stop motion animation, from the making of flexible characters out of clay, all the way to the completion of a finished scene. Using more modern frame grabbing technology, to capture images, students will be able to see their progress each day.

Stop Motion is the original film animation. By moving objects, or model characters, between frame exposures on the camera, those same objects, or characters came mysteriously to life, and appeared to move by themselves when the film was played back at regular speed. Such memorable characters as Gumby, Wallace & Gromit, and King Kong (1933), were all brought to life through stop motion.

Limited to 8 participants, so register early. This is a six week course, and you must attend all six. Anyone registered for the first class is automatically registered for the next five.


Tim Smyth is a professional stop motion animator who has animated on the TV shows “Celebrity Deathmatch”, “The P’J’s” “Blake Shelton’s Not So Family Christmas” , and “A Very Pentatonix Christmas” as well as TV and Web spots like Visine, and KRE-O toys. Tim grew up (more or less) in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and was inspired to get into stop motion, and filmmaking, when he was very young, after a viewing of the 1933 film “King Kong”.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

This hands-on class teaches the step by step process of creating stop motion animation, from the making of flexible characters out of clay, all the way to the completion of a finished scene. Using more modern frame grabbing technology, to capture images, students will be able to see their progress each day.

Stop Motion is the original film animation. By moving objects, or model characters, between frame exposures on the camera, those same objects, or characters came mysteriously to life, and appeared to move by themselves when the film was played back at regular speed. Such memorable characters as Gumby, Wallace & Gromit, and King Kong (1933), were all brought to life through stop motion.

Limited to 8 participants, so register early. This is a six week course, and you must attend all six. Anyone registered for the first class is automatically registered for the next five.


Tim Smyth is a professional stop motion animator who has animated on the TV shows “Celebrity Deathmatch”, “The P’J’s” “Blake Shelton’s Not So Family Christmas” , and “A Very Pentatonix Christmas” as well as TV and Web spots like Visine, and KRE-O toys. Tim grew up (more or less) in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and was inspired to get into stop motion, and filmmaking, when he was very young, after a viewing of the 1933 film “King Kong”.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

Tuesday February 19, 2019
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Stop Motion Animation for Teens

This hands-on class teaches the step by step process of creating stop motion animation, from the making of flexible characters out of clay, all the way to the completion of a finished scene. Using more modern frame grabbing technology, to capture images, students will be able to see their progress each day.

Stop Motion is the original film animation. By moving objects, or model characters, between frame exposures on the camera, those same objects, or characters came mysteriously to life, and appeared to move by themselves when the film was played back at regular speed. Such memorable characters as Gumby, Wallace & Gromit, and King Kong (1933), were all brought to life through stop motion.

Limited to 8 participants, so register early. This is a six week course, and you must attend all six. Anyone registered for the first class is automatically registered for the next five.


Tim Smyth is a professional stop motion animator who has animated on the TV shows “Celebrity Deathmatch”, “The P’J’s” “Blake Shelton’s Not So Family Christmas” , and “A Very Pentatonix Christmas” as well as TV and Web spots like Visine, and KRE-O toys. Tim grew up (more or less) in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and was inspired to get into stop motion, and filmmaking, when he was very young, after a viewing of the 1933 film “King Kong”.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

Wednesday February 20, 2019
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2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Crafternoon: Faux Stained Glass

Teens! Come make a faux stained glass piece of art! 

For teens in grades 6-12

Please register!

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Cavallaro Room
Registration will begin on Friday, February 1, 2019 at 8:00 AM     

Teens! Come make a faux stained glass piece of art! 

For teens in grades 6-12

Please register!

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

Registration will begin on Friday, February 1, 2019 at 8:00 AM     

Thursday February 21, 2019
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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Fandom Cupcakes (Teens)

Teens! Decorate a cupcake to represent your favorite fandom!

For teens in grades 6-12

Please register!

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Auditorium
Registration will begin on Friday, February 1, 2019 at 8:00 AM     

Teens! Decorate a cupcake to represent your favorite fandom!

For teens in grades 6-12

Please register!

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Auditorium

Registration will begin on Friday, February 1, 2019 at 8:00 AM     

Tuesday March 5, 2019
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Teen Mardi Gras event

Teens! Come celebrate Mardi Gras by making your own fabulous feather mask and snacking on some sweets!

For teens in grades 6-12

Please register!

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Cavallaro Room
Registration will begin on Monday, February 18, 2019 at 8:00 AM     

Teens! Come celebrate Mardi Gras by making your own fabulous feather mask and snacking on some sweets!

For teens in grades 6-12

Please register!

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

Registration will begin on Monday, February 18, 2019 at 8:00 AM     

Tuesday March 12, 2019
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Teen Crafternoon: Fandom Fairy Jars

Make a fandom-themed fairy jar! 

For teens in grades 6-12. 

Please register! When registering, don't forget to include the fandom you would like to decorate your jar with so we can have an image prepared for you. If there is a specific image you would like to use, please email it to rgagnon@haverhillpl.org! 

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Cavallaro Room
Registration will begin on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 8:00 AM     

Make a fandom-themed fairy jar! 

For teens in grades 6-12. 

Please register! When registering, don't forget to include the fandom you would like to decorate your jar with so we can have an image prepared for you. If there is a specific image you would like to use, please email it to rgagnon@haverhillpl.org! 

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Cavallaro Room

Registration will begin on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 8:00 AM     

Wednesday July 17, 2019
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Teen Henna
CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Milhendler Room

Friday July 26, 2019
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Teen Paint Class

Popup Art School

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586
  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Auditorium


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