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Tuesday July 7, 2020
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Power of Memoir
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Virtual Meet-Up!

Want to start writing your memoirs, but not sure where to begin? Or have you begun and become stuck? 

Join our memoir writers' group for gentle feedback that will help you improve your writing skills in a warm and supportive community. During each meeting, members take turns reading their recent work in exchange for feedback. Participants also help identify missing information, and make editorial suggestions.

If you are a new member and interested in our virtual meet-up, please email Sarah: scotts2@einetwork.net

CONTACT:  Sarah Scott  412-882-6622  scotts2@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
 
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Odd Squad-Be the Agent Camp
7:00 PM

Odd Squad-Be the Agent Camp

Do you love a mystery - especially an odd mystery?  Then please join us for Odd Squad's "Be the Agent Camp!"  This self-guided camp is based on the popular PBS show, Odd Squad.  At Odd Squad's "Be the Agent Camp," children will take on the role of an Odd Squad Agent, just like the agents on the show.  Families will work together solving odd cases and creating useful gadgets by using teamwork, math knowledge, science inquiry practices, the engineering design process, and creativity.  The library will supply  materials each week for families to complete an exciting mission at home.  Agents and families will report each week on Tuesdays in July at 7PM via a virtual Zoom meeting to Odd Squad Headquarters and share their completed mission. This program is funded by Inquire Within. Registration is required.


 

CONTACT:  Denise Ignasky  412-882-6622  ignaskyd@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Wednesday July 8, 2020
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Explorium
12:00 AM

After spending so much time in the virtual world, get outside and explore this summer!  Join our Explorium in Google Classroom for hands-on activities to Splash it!, Make it! Build it! Play it! Find it! and, of course, Read it!  Activities will be posted every Wednesday and Saturday.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include a garden xylophone (play it!), flower ice cubes (splash it!), and moon craters (make it!). 

Explorium is self-paced, and kids can choose which activities they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, bfzsjqd.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

 
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Teen Screenwriting
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Ever wonder how your favorite movie made it to the Big Screen? Each movie starts from a single idea and becomes a screenplay. Join our Teen Screenwriting Intensive in Google Classroom for an interactive challenge to test your Writing Skills! Each Wednesday we will learn a new step in the Screenwriting process until you’ve written your very own Short Script. Each week we will meet on Zoom to discuss assignments and expand on your Screenwriting know-how!

Week 3 = Treatments/ How to Pitch a Script

CONTACT:  Alex    bartmana@einetwork.net
 
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Library Board Meeting (Zoom)
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87044091525

Meeting ID: 870 4409 1525

Dial by your location: +1 646 558 8656

CONTACT:  Paula Kelly  412-882-6622  kellyp@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Thursday July 9, 2020
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Lego Lab
12:00 AM

Love Legos?  Then join our virtual Lego Lab!  A new Lego Challenge will be posted every Thursday throughout the summer.  Just a few examples of the Lego challenges we have planned for the summer include Lego zipline, mini-figurine adventure, and a zoo exhibit.  Lego Lab is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can complete the challenges at any time.  Kids can share a short video of what they created every week on Flipgrid in the Google Classroom! 

To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google Classroom code, ln7a2kn.  You will need a Gmail account.   Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

CONTACT:  Cristen Dando  412-882-6622  dandoc@einetwork.net
Friday July 10, 2020
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STEAM Studio
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kids are natural scientists, artists, and engineers!  They love to ask questions, explore, and can be VERY persistent. Encourage your kids STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) abilities this summer and join our STEAM studio.  Hands-on activities, experiments, and projects will be posted every Monday and Friday, and each week will have a different theme.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include pendulum painting (force and motion), underwater volcano (density), and astronaut lander (engineering). 

STEAM Studio is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can choose which experiments or projects they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, zps7sxm.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net

Saturday July 11, 2020
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Explorium
12:00 AM

After spending so much time in the virtual world, get outside and explore this summer!  Join our Explorium in Google Classroom for hands-on activities to Splash it!, Make it! Build it! Play it! Find it! and, of course, Read it!  Activities will be posted every Wednesday and Saturday.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include a garden xylophone (play it!), flower ice cubes (splash it!), and moon craters (make it!). 

Explorium is self-paced, and kids can choose which activities they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, bfzsjqd.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

Monday July 13, 2020
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Book Nook
12:00 AM

Join us in the Book Nook! Grab the kids and cuddle up for some specially curated read a louds and rhymes for toddlers and preschoolers in our Preschool Picks!

For kids of all reading levels, come explore book recommendations from our New Book Shelf, Early Readers or the Reading Corner. You can even share your own recommendations under the Book Share with FlipGrid! There is something here for readers of all ages!

New content updated weekly!

For access to this program, join us in WPL’s Book Nook with the Google Classroom code: 4tctwnb

CONTACT:  Jennifer    fraticellij@einetwork.net
 
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Genius Files: Mission Unstoppable!
12:00 AM

Genius Files Escape Adventure: Join Coke and Pepsi as they travel across the United States visiting some of the oddest sites America has to offer while outwitting some very bad guys in this The Genius Files Escape Adventure. We will be reading four chapters per week, completing some fun activities, and learning some ciphers along the way. In Week 6, children will be challenged to use what they learned about ciphers to escape from the House on the Rock. This program is a self-paced program that is divided up into six weeks, with activities using various media, such as YouTube, Loom (video), and FlipGrid for posting videos of the child’s work. This program is geared towards children ages 8—12. For access to this program, join us in WPL’s The Genius Giles Escape Adventure with the Google Classroom code: wct3o34.

Once the library is open for curbside pickup, we will have The Genius Files book kits available for borrowing.

CONTACT:  Jennifer    fraticellij@einetwork.net
 
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Magic Tree House Book Club
12:00 AM

Are you a fan of the Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne? If so, join our Magic Tree House Book Club!

We will be starting with the first book: Dinosaurs Before Dark and will have read-a-longs, activities and more! This program is for children ages 6—8.

Join us in WPL’s Magic Tree House Book Club with Google Classroom code: yavtyow

CONTACT:  Denise    ignaskyd@einetwork.net
 
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STEAM Studio
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kids are natural scientists, artists, and engineers!  They love to ask questions, explore, and can be VERY persistent. Encourage your kids STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) abilities this summer and join our STEAM studio.  Hands-on activities, experiments, and projects will be posted every Monday and Friday, and each week will have a different theme.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include pendulum painting (force and motion), underwater volcano (density), and astronaut lander (engineering). 

STEAM Studio is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can choose which experiments or projects they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, zps7sxm.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net

 
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Behind the Scenes: A Movie Club
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Virtual Meetup - Second and Fourth Mondays of the Month - 1:00 PM

 
More than entertaining stories to be viewed from a sofa and then benignly forgotten, cinema is an art form rich in expression and worthy of our time and attention.
 
Join Brandon for a fun discussion of all variety of films from John Wayne to Shirley Temple as we look "behind the scenes" to unpack each selection's historical significance, stylistic choices, and meanings.  
 
You may laugh, you may cry, you may even raise an eyebrow and wonder "What was that?", but you'll certainly be affected.  They don't call 'em moving pictures for nothing!
 
This week's selection: Cradle Will Rock (1999)
 
This critically acclaimed film, starring an ensemble cast including John Cusack, Bill Murray, Vanessa Redgrave, Emily Watson and Susan Sarandon, takes a kaleidoscopic look at the extraordinary events of 1930s America. From high society to life on the streets, director Tim Robbins brings Depression-era New York City to vivid life. It's a time when DaVincis are given to millionaires who help fund the Mussolini war effort and Nelson Rockefeller commissions Mexican artist Diego Rivera to paint the lobby of Rockefeller Center. A time when a young Orson Welles and a troupe of passionate actors risk everything to perform the infamous musical "The Cradle Will Rock." As threats to their freedom and livelihood loom larger, they refuse to give into censorship. Based on actual events, Cradle Will Rock will move you. (Hoopla)
 
Cradle Will Rock streaming: where to watch online?
 
 
Zoom Information:
Meeting ID: 886 3051 2758 
To call in, dial: +1 646 558 8656; when prompted, dial the Meeting ID.
CONTACT:  Brandon   412-882-6622  taperb2@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Tuesday July 14, 2020
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Get a Life: The Biography and Memoir Book Club
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
A Virtual Meetup - Second Tuesday of the Month at 11:00 AM
 
In this time of social distancing and self-isolation, it is very easy to feel disconnected from the lives and experiences of those outside our four walls. 
 
Join us for a book club that seeks to close that gap by allowing you to walk in the shoes of someone else.
 
We'll concentrate on a different biography or memoir each month and peak behind the curtain of another person's choices, mistakes, regrets, and dreams.  From gossipy tell-alls to poignant essays of self-reflection, we'll work together to prove Socrates right: the unexamined life isn't worth reading!
 
This month: The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating by Elisabeth Tova Bailey
After falling ill and becoming bed-ridden, Elisabeth Tova Bailey is gifted with a pot of flowers containing a wild snail.  The resulting memoir is a pointed and poignant study of convalescence, companionship, and the quiet, and occasionally slimy, grace of the woodland snail.  You'll find yourself reaffirming life and stopping to smell the snails. 
 
 
Sound of a Wild Snail Eating: Bailey, Elisabeth Tova ...
 
 
What You Need to Know:
 
Meeting ID: 845 0166 9753
To call in, dial: +1 646 558 8656; when prompted, dial the Meeting ID.
CONTACT:  Brandon Taper  412-882-6622  taperb2@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
 
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Odd Squad-Be the Agent Camp
7:00 PM

Odd Squad-Be the Agent Camp

Do you love a mystery - especially an odd mystery?  Then please join us for Odd Squad's "Be the Agent Camp!"  This self-guided camp is based on the popular PBS show, Odd Squad.  At Odd Squad's "Be the Agent Camp," children will take on the role of an Odd Squad Agent, just like the agents on the show.  Families will work together solving odd cases and creating useful gadgets by using teamwork, math knowledge, science inquiry practices, the engineering design process, and creativity.  The library will supply  materials each week for families to complete an exciting mission at home.  Agents and families will report each week on Tuesdays in July at 7PM via a virtual Zoom meeting to Odd Squad Headquarters and share their completed mission. This program is funded by Inquire Within. Registration is required.

Zoom meeting information will be emailed.


 

CONTACT:  Denise Ignasky  412-882-6622  ignaskyd@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Wednesday July 15, 2020
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Explorium
12:00 AM

After spending so much time in the virtual world, get outside and explore this summer!  Join our Explorium in Google Classroom for hands-on activities to Splash it!, Make it! Build it! Play it! Find it! and, of course, Read it!  Activities will be posted every Wednesday and Saturday.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include a garden xylophone (play it!), flower ice cubes (splash it!), and moon craters (make it!). 

Explorium is self-paced, and kids can choose which activities they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, bfzsjqd.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

 
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All You Can Eat: A Food Chat Club
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Virtual Meetup - Third Wednesday of the Month at 1:00 PM
 
Having trouble finding the right foods during quarantine?
Feel like you're eating the same three meals over and over again?
Just want to tell someone about that great recipe you found?
 
Join us for a monthly "dish" about food and cuisine courtesy of the library's own Cookbook Club!  In this group, we'll have a fun and informal discussion on all things that make us hungry and leave us full. 
 
Everything is on the table!  We want to know how you're doing, what you're making, and how good or bad it is.  At least it'll taste great to be back together!
 
Think of this as an old-fashioned potluck except, instead of a delightful entree, you bring your delightful self!  So come be our next ingredient!
 
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What You Need to Know:
Meeting ID: 874 7175 7400
To call in, dial: +1 646 558 8656; when prompted, dial the Meeting ID.
 
CONTACT:  Brandon  412-882-6622  taperb2@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
 
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Teen Screenwriting
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Ever wonder how your favorite movie made it to the Big Screen? Each movie starts from a single idea and becomes a screenplay. Join our Teen Screenwriting Intensive in Google Classroom for an interactive challenge to test your Writing Skills! Each Wednesday we will learn a new step in the Screenwriting process until you’ve written your very own Short Script. Each week we will meet on Zoom to discuss assignments and expand on your Screenwriting know-how!

Week 4 = The First Draft

CONTACT:  Alex    bartmana@einetwork.net
Thursday July 16, 2020
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Lego Lab
12:00 AM

Love Legos?  Then join our virtual Lego Lab!  A new Lego Challenge will be posted every Thursday throughout the summer.  Just a few examples of the Lego challenges we have planned for the summer include Lego zipline, mini-figurine adventure, and a zoo exhibit.  Lego Lab is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can complete the challenges at any time.  Kids can share a short video of what they created every week on Flipgrid in the Google Classroom! 

To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google Classroom code, ln7a2kn.  You will need a Gmail account.   Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

CONTACT:  Cristen Dando  412-882-6622  dandoc@einetwork.net
 
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Evening Book Discussion Group
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

The Evening Book Discussion meets on the third Thursday of each month. For more information you can email Paula.

What You Need to Know:

Meeting ID: 890 2772 4768
To call in, dial: +1 646 558 8656; when prompted, dial the Meeting ID.
CONTACT:  Paula    kellyp@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Friday July 17, 2020
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STEAM Studio
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kids are natural scientists, artists, and engineers!  They love to ask questions, explore, and can be VERY persistent. Encourage your kids STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) abilities this summer and join our STEAM studio.  Hands-on activities, experiments, and projects will be posted every Monday and Friday, and each week will have a different theme.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include pendulum painting (force and motion), underwater volcano (density), and astronaut lander (engineering). 

STEAM Studio is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can choose which experiments or projects they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, zps7sxm.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net

Saturday July 18, 2020
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Explorium
12:00 AM

After spending so much time in the virtual world, get outside and explore this summer!  Join our Explorium in Google Classroom for hands-on activities to Splash it!, Make it! Build it! Play it! Find it! and, of course, Read it!  Activities will be posted every Wednesday and Saturday.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include a garden xylophone (play it!), flower ice cubes (splash it!), and moon craters (make it!). 

Explorium is self-paced, and kids can choose which activities they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, bfzsjqd.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

Monday July 20, 2020
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Book Nook
12:00 AM

Join us in the Book Nook! Grab the kids and cuddle up for some specially curated read a louds and rhymes for toddlers and preschoolers in our Preschool Picks!

For kids of all reading levels, come explore book recommendations from our New Book Shelf, Early Readers or the Reading Corner. You can even share your own recommendations under the Book Share with FlipGrid! There is something here for readers of all ages!

New content updated weekly!

For access to this program, join us in WPL’s Book Nook with the Google Classroom code: 4tctwnb

CONTACT:  Jennifer    fraticellij@einetwork.net
 
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Genius Files: Mission Unstoppable!
12:00 AM

Genius Files Escape Adventure: Join Coke and Pepsi as they travel across the United States visiting some of the oddest sites America has to offer while outwitting some very bad guys in this The Genius Files Escape Adventure. We will be reading four chapters per week, completing some fun activities, and learning some ciphers along the way. In Week 6, children will be challenged to use what they learned about ciphers to escape from the House on the Rock. This program is a self-paced program that is divided up into six weeks, with activities using various media, such as YouTube, Loom (video), and FlipGrid for posting videos of the child’s work. This program is geared towards children ages 8—12. For access to this program, join us in WPL’s The Genius Giles Escape Adventure with the Google Classroom code: wct3o34.

Once the library is open for curbside pickup, we will have The Genius Files book kits available for borrowing.

CONTACT:  Jennifer    fraticellij@einetwork.net
 
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Magic Tree House Book Club
12:00 AM

Are you a fan of the Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne? If so, join our Magic Tree House Book Club!

We will be starting with the first book: Dinosaurs Before Dark and will have read-a-longs, activities and more! This program is for children ages 6—8.

Join us in WPL’s Magic Tree House Book Club with Google Classroom code: yavtyow

CONTACT:  Denise    ignaskyd@einetwork.net
 
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STEAM Studio
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kids are natural scientists, artists, and engineers!  They love to ask questions, explore, and can be VERY persistent. Encourage your kids STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) abilities this summer and join our STEAM studio.  Hands-on activities, experiments, and projects will be posted every Monday and Friday, and each week will have a different theme.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include pendulum painting (force and motion), underwater volcano (density), and astronaut lander (engineering). 

STEAM Studio is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can choose which experiments or projects they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, zps7sxm.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net

 
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Fun Family Trivia Night: Our World, Our Community!
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join us on Zoom for Fun Family Trivia Night:  Our World, Our Community!  Brush up on how well you know your favorite picture books on Kahoot!  Winning family will have bragging rights for two weeks, until the next Fun Family Trivia Night!

Books for July 20th include:

Thank You, Omu! by Oge Mora

The Big Umbrella by Amy June Bates

We Are Grateful - Otsaliheliga - by Traci Sorrel

Say Hello! by Rachel Isadora

Last Stop on Market Street by Matt De La Pena

Same, Same but Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw. 

Drum Dream Girl by Margarita Engle

Hello, Neighbor! The Kind and Caring World of Mister Rogers by Matthew Cordell 

For access to these books and more, you can find links on WPL Children’s Book Nook with the Google Classroom code:  4tctwnb

Registration is required for this event. You only need to register as a family one time.  Participants will be emailed a Zoom meeting invitation prior to the event.

Notes:  It is suggested that Zoom is accessed through one device – like a computer or tablet and that Kahoot is accessed through an app on a separate device.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at fraticellij@einetwork.net.

CONTACT:  Jennifer Fraticelli  412-882-6622  fraticellij@einetwork.net
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Tuesday July 21, 2020
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Power of Memoir
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Virtual Meet-Up!

Want to start writing your memoirs, but not sure where to begin? Or have you begun and become stuck? 

Join our memoir writers' group for gentle feedback that will help you improve your writing skills in a warm and supportive community. During each meeting, members take turns reading their recent work in exchange for feedback. Participants also help identify missing information, and make editorial suggestions.

If you are a new member and interested in our virtual meet-up, please email Sarah: scotts2@einetwork.net

CONTACT:  Sarah Scott  412-882-6622  scotts2@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
 
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Odd Squad-Be the Agent Camp
7:00 PM

Odd Squad-Be the Agent Camp

Do you love a mystery - especially an odd mystery?  Then please join us for Odd Squad's "Be the Agent Camp!"  This self-guided camp is based on the popular PBS show, Odd Squad.  At Odd Squad's "Be the Agent Camp," children will take on the role of an Odd Squad Agent, just like the agents on the show.  Families will work together solving odd cases and creating useful gadgets by using teamwork, math knowledge, science inquiry practices, the engineering design process, and creativity.  The library will supply  materials each week for families to complete an exciting mission at home.  Agents and families will report each week on Tuesdays in July at 7PM via a virtual Zoom meeting to Odd Squad Headquarters and share their completed mission. This program is funded by Inquire Within. Registration is required.

Zoom meeting information will be emailed.


 

CONTACT:  Denise Ignasky  412-882-6622  ignaskyd@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Wednesday July 22, 2020
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Explorium
12:00 AM

After spending so much time in the virtual world, get outside and explore this summer!  Join our Explorium in Google Classroom for hands-on activities to Splash it!, Make it! Build it! Play it! Find it! and, of course, Read it!  Activities will be posted every Wednesday and Saturday.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include a garden xylophone (play it!), flower ice cubes (splash it!), and moon craters (make it!). 

Explorium is self-paced, and kids can choose which activities they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, bfzsjqd.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

 
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Teen Screenwriting
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Ever wonder how your favorite movie made it to the Big Screen? Each movie starts from a single idea and becomes a screenplay. Join our Teen Screenwriting Intensive in Google Classroom for an interactive challenge to test your Writing Skills! Each Wednesday we will learn a new step in the Screenwriting process until you’ve written your very own Short Script. Each week we will meet on Zoom to discuss assignments and expand on your Screenwriting know-how!

Week 5 = The Rewrite

CONTACT:  Alex    bartmana@einetwork.net
Thursday July 23, 2020
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Lego Lab
12:00 AM

Love Legos?  Then join our virtual Lego Lab!  A new Lego Challenge will be posted every Thursday throughout the summer.  Just a few examples of the Lego challenges we have planned for the summer include Lego zipline, mini-figurine adventure, and a zoo exhibit.  Lego Lab is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can complete the challenges at any time.  Kids can share a short video of what they created every week on Flipgrid in the Google Classroom! 

To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google Classroom code, ln7a2kn.  You will need a Gmail account.   Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

CONTACT:  Cristen Dando  412-882-6622  dandoc@einetwork.net
Friday July 24, 2020
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STEAM Studio
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kids are natural scientists, artists, and engineers!  They love to ask questions, explore, and can be VERY persistent. Encourage your kids STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) abilities this summer and join our STEAM studio.  Hands-on activities, experiments, and projects will be posted every Monday and Friday, and each week will have a different theme.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include pendulum painting (force and motion), underwater volcano (density), and astronaut lander (engineering). 

STEAM Studio is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can choose which experiments or projects they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, zps7sxm.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net

Saturday July 25, 2020
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Explorium
12:00 AM

After spending so much time in the virtual world, get outside and explore this summer!  Join our Explorium in Google Classroom for hands-on activities to Splash it!, Make it! Build it! Play it! Find it! and, of course, Read it!  Activities will be posted every Wednesday and Saturday.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include a garden xylophone (play it!), flower ice cubes (splash it!), and moon craters (make it!). 

Explorium is self-paced, and kids can choose which activities they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, bfzsjqd.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

Monday July 27, 2020
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Book Nook
12:00 AM

Join us in the Book Nook! Grab the kids and cuddle up for some specially curated read a louds and rhymes for toddlers and preschoolers in our Preschool Picks!

For kids of all reading levels, come explore book recommendations from our New Book Shelf, Early Readers or the Reading Corner. You can even share your own recommendations under the Book Share with FlipGrid! There is something here for readers of all ages!

New content updated weekly!

For access to this program, join us in WPL’s Book Nook with the Google Classroom code: 4tctwnb

CONTACT:  Jennifer    fraticellij@einetwork.net
 
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Genius Files: Mission Unstoppable!
12:00 AM

Genius Files Escape Adventure: Join Coke and Pepsi as they travel across the United States visiting some of the oddest sites America has to offer while outwitting some very bad guys in this The Genius Files Escape Adventure. We will be reading four chapters per week, completing some fun activities, and learning some ciphers along the way. In Week 6, children will be challenged to use what they learned about ciphers to escape from the House on the Rock. This program is a self-paced program that is divided up into six weeks, with activities using various media, such as YouTube, Loom (video), and FlipGrid for posting videos of the child’s work. This program is geared towards children ages 8—12. For access to this program, join us in WPL’s The Genius Giles Escape Adventure with the Google Classroom code: wct3o34.

Once the library is open for curbside pickup, we will have The Genius Files book kits available for borrowing.

CONTACT:  Jennifer    fraticellij@einetwork.net
 
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Magic Tree House Book Club
12:00 AM

Are you a fan of the Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne? If so, join our Magic Tree House Book Club!

We will be starting with the first book: Dinosaurs Before Dark and will have read-a-longs, activities and more! This program is for children ages 6—8.

Join us in WPL’s Magic Tree House Book Club with Google Classroom code: yavtyow

CONTACT:  Denise    ignaskyd@einetwork.net
 
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STEAM Studio
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kids are natural scientists, artists, and engineers!  They love to ask questions, explore, and can be VERY persistent. Encourage your kids STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) abilities this summer and join our STEAM studio.  Hands-on activities, experiments, and projects will be posted every Monday and Friday, and each week will have a different theme.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include pendulum painting (force and motion), underwater volcano (density), and astronaut lander (engineering). 

STEAM Studio is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can choose which experiments or projects they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, zps7sxm.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net

 
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Behind the Scenes: A Movie Club
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Virtual Meetup - Second and Fourth Mondays of the Month - 1:00 PM

 
More than entertaining stories to be viewed from a sofa and then benignly forgotten, cinema is an art form rich in expression and worthy of our time and attention.
 
Join Brandon for a fun discussion of all variety of films from John Wayne to Shirley Temple as we look "behind the scenes" to unpack each selection's historical significance, stylistic choices, and meanings.  
 
You may laugh, you may cry, you may even raise an eyebrow and wonder "What was that?", but you'll certainly be affected.  They don't call 'em moving pictures for nothing!
 
This week's selection: Funny Bones (1995)
 
This humorous and touching comedy is about a struggling second-generation stage comedian who returns to the England of his childhood to find the source of humor that made his dad so successful. In the process, he discovers some startling secrets in his family's history, and the truth about his father. It is at this point he begins to rediscover the way to make audiences like him again.  Starring Oliver Platt, Lee Evans, and Jerry Lewis. (Hoopla)
 
Funny Bones - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia
 
 
Zoom Information:
Meeting ID: 828 8501 5699 
To call in, dial: +1 646 558 8656; when prompted, dial the Meeting ID.
CONTACT:  Brandon   412-882-6622  taperb2@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Tuesday July 28, 2020
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Odd Squad-Be the Agent Camp
7:00 PM

Odd Squad-Be the Agent Camp

Do you love a mystery - especially an odd mystery?  Then please join us for Odd Squad's "Be the Agent Camp!"  This self-guided camp is based on the popular PBS show, Odd Squad.  At Odd Squad's "Be the Agent Camp," children will take on the role of an Odd Squad Agent, just like the agents on the show.  Families will work together solving odd cases and creating useful gadgets by using teamwork, math knowledge, science inquiry practices, the engineering design process, and creativity.  The library will supply  materials each week for families to complete an exciting mission at home.  Agents and families will report each week on Tuesdays in July at 7PM via a virtual Zoom meeting to Odd Squad Headquarters and share their completed mission. This program is funded by Inquire Within. Registration is required.

Zoom meeting information will be emailed.


 

CONTACT:  Denise Ignasky  412-882-6622  ignaskyd@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Wednesday July 29, 2020
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Explorium
12:00 AM

After spending so much time in the virtual world, get outside and explore this summer!  Join our Explorium in Google Classroom for hands-on activities to Splash it!, Make it! Build it! Play it! Find it! and, of course, Read it!  Activities will be posted every Wednesday and Saturday.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include a garden xylophone (play it!), flower ice cubes (splash it!), and moon craters (make it!). 

Explorium is self-paced, and kids can choose which activities they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, bfzsjqd.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

 
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Teen Screenwriting
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Ever wonder how your favorite movie made it to the Big Screen? Each movie starts from a single idea and becomes a screenplay. Join our Teen Screenwriting Intensive in Google Classroom for an interactive challenge to test your Writing Skills! Each Wednesday we will learn a new step in the Screenwriting process until you’ve written your very own Short Script. Each week we will meet on Zoom to discuss assignments and expand on your Screenwriting know-how!

Week 6 - The Final Draft

 

CONTACT:  Alex    bartmana@einetwork.net
Thursday July 30, 2020
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Lego Lab
12:00 AM

Love Legos?  Then join our virtual Lego Lab!  A new Lego Challenge will be posted every Thursday throughout the summer.  Just a few examples of the Lego challenges we have planned for the summer include Lego zipline, mini-figurine adventure, and a zoo exhibit.  Lego Lab is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can complete the challenges at any time.  Kids can share a short video of what they created every week on Flipgrid in the Google Classroom! 

To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google Classroom code, ln7a2kn.  You will need a Gmail account.   Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

CONTACT:  Cristen Dando  412-882-6622  dandoc@einetwork.net
Friday July 31, 2020
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STEAM Studio
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kids are natural scientists, artists, and engineers!  They love to ask questions, explore, and can be VERY persistent. Encourage your kids STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) abilities this summer and join our STEAM studio.  Hands-on activities, experiments, and projects will be posted every Monday and Friday, and each week will have a different theme.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include pendulum painting (force and motion), underwater volcano (density), and astronaut lander (engineering). 

STEAM Studio is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can choose which experiments or projects they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, zps7sxm.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net

Monday August 3, 2020
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STEAM Studio
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kids are natural scientists, artists, and engineers!  They love to ask questions, explore, and can be VERY persistent. Encourage your kids STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) abilities this summer and join our STEAM studio.  Hands-on activities, experiments, and projects will be posted every Monday and Friday, and each week will have a different theme.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include pendulum painting (force and motion), underwater volcano (density), and astronaut lander (engineering). 

STEAM Studio is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can choose which experiments or projects they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, zps7sxm.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net

Tuesday August 4, 2020
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Molly of Denali Workshop
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Molly of Denali Workshop

 

This program will teach strategies to explore information text while exploring family traditions! Molly of Denai follows the adventures of feisty and resourceful Molly Mabray, a 10-year-old Alaska Native Girl. Families will explore books, online resources, field guides, historical archives, maps, charts and more. Children will learn about Alaska Native values and connect with their own family and community values.

 

In Molly’s world community members honor traditions as well as utilize modern day conveniences. Families will explore their own traditions and create an individual Mini-Museum Exhibit. We will meet Tuesday, August 4, 11, 18 and 25 @ 7:00 via ZOOM to share our exhibits and discuss our traditions. Meeting codes will be emailed to participants.

 

Session 1:: Investigating Animals

Session 2: Learning About Each Other

Session 3: Exploring My Community

Session 4: Celebrating Traditions

 

For more information contact Miss Denise ignaskyd@einetwork.net or Miss Cristen dandoc@einetwork.net

 
CONTACT:  Denise Ignasky  412-882-6622  ignaskyd@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Wednesday August 5, 2020
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Explorium
12:00 AM

After spending so much time in the virtual world, get outside and explore this summer!  Join our Explorium in Google Classroom for hands-on activities to Splash it!, Make it! Build it! Play it! Find it! and, of course, Read it!  Activities will be posted every Wednesday and Saturday.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include a garden xylophone (play it!), flower ice cubes (splash it!), and moon craters (make it!). 

Explorium is self-paced, and kids can choose which activities they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, bfzsjqd.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

Thursday August 6, 2020
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Lego Lab
12:00 AM

Love Legos?  Then join our virtual Lego Lab!  A new Lego Challenge will be posted every Thursday throughout the summer.  Just a few examples of the Lego challenges we have planned for the summer include Lego zipline, mini-figurine adventure, and a zoo exhibit.  Lego Lab is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can complete the challenges at any time.  Kids can share a short video of what they created every week on Flipgrid in the Google Classroom! 

To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google Classroom code, ln7a2kn.  You will need a Gmail account.   Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

CONTACT:  Cristen Dando  412-882-6622  dandoc@einetwork.net
Friday August 7, 2020
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STEAM Studio
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kids are natural scientists, artists, and engineers!  They love to ask questions, explore, and can be VERY persistent. Encourage your kids STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) abilities this summer and join our STEAM studio.  Hands-on activities, experiments, and projects will be posted every Monday and Friday, and each week will have a different theme.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include pendulum painting (force and motion), underwater volcano (density), and astronaut lander (engineering). 

STEAM Studio is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can choose which experiments or projects they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, zps7sxm.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net

Saturday August 8, 2020
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Explorium
12:00 AM

After spending so much time in the virtual world, get outside and explore this summer!  Join our Explorium in Google Classroom for hands-on activities to Splash it!, Make it! Build it! Play it! Find it! and, of course, Read it!  Activities will be posted every Wednesday and Saturday.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include a garden xylophone (play it!), flower ice cubes (splash it!), and moon craters (make it!). 

Explorium is self-paced, and kids can choose which activities they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, bfzsjqd.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

Monday August 10, 2020
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STEAM Studio
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kids are natural scientists, artists, and engineers!  They love to ask questions, explore, and can be VERY persistent. Encourage your kids STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) abilities this summer and join our STEAM studio.  Hands-on activities, experiments, and projects will be posted every Monday and Friday, and each week will have a different theme.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include pendulum painting (force and motion), underwater volcano (density), and astronaut lander (engineering). 

STEAM Studio is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can choose which experiments or projects they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, zps7sxm.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net

 
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Behind the Scenes: A Movie Club
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Virtual Meetup - Second and Fourth Mondays of the Month - 1:00 PM

 
More than entertaining stories to be viewed from a sofa and then benignly forgotten, cinema is an art form rich in expression and worthy of our time and attention.
 
Join Brandon for a fun discussion of all variety of films from John Wayne to Shirley Temple as we look "behind the scenes" to unpack each selection's historical significance, stylistic choices, and meanings.  
 
You may laugh, you may cry, you may even raise an eyebrow and wonder "What was that?", but you'll certainly be affected.  They don't call 'em moving pictures for nothing!
 
This week's selection:
 
 
Zoom Link:
CONTACT:  Brandon   412-882-6622  taperb2@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Tuesday August 11, 2020
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Get a Life: The Biography and Memoir Book Club
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
A Virtual Meetup - Second Tuesday of the Month at 11:00 AM
 
In this time of social distancing and self-isolation, it is very easy to feel disconnected from the lives and experiences of those outside our four walls. 
 
Join us for a book club that seeks to close that gap by allowing you to walk in the shoes of someone else.
 
We'll concentrate on a different biography or memoir each month and peak behind the curtain of another person's choices, mistakes, regrets, and dreams.  From gossipy tell-alls to poignant essays of self-reflection, we'll work together to prove Socrates right: the unexamined life isn't worth reading!
 
This month: Breakfast at Sally's by Richard LeMieux
Once a happily married businessman, avid golfer, and the proud owner of several luxury cars and three boats, conservative-minded Richard LeMieux saw his fortune change almost overnight. In this astonishingly heartfelt memoir, he describes his descent into homelessness and his struggle to survive personal and economic disaster.

Evicted from his home in 2002 and living with his dog, Willow, in a beat-up old van, LeMieux finds himself penniless and estranged from his family and friends. He dines at the Salvation Army (aka Sally’s), attempts suicide, and is treated at a mental hospital where he is diagnosed with depression.

Writing on a secondhand manual typewriter, first at a picnic table in a public park, and then wherever he can, LeMieux describes his odyssey and the quirky, diverse, and endearing cast of characters found among the homeless people of Bremerton, Washington, and, by extension, everywhere else. This is a rare inside-look at how the other America lives, and how one man, beaten down and alone, was able to reconnect, find good people, and ultimately, with their help, to persevere. (Simon and Schuster)
 
 
Amazon.com: Breakfast at Sally's: One Homeless Man's Inspirational ...
 
 
 
What You Need to Know:
 
Meeting ID: 845 0166 9753
Join Zoom Meeting: 
To call in, dial: +1 646 558 8656; when prompted, dial the Meeting ID.
CONTACT:  Brandon Taper  412-882-6622  taperb2@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
 
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Molly of Denali Workshop
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Molly of Denali Workshop

 

This program will teach strategies to explore information text while exploring family traditions! Molly of Denai follows the adventures of feisty and resourceful Molly Mabray, a 10-year-old Alaska Native Girl. Families will explore books, online resources, field guides, historical archives, maps, charts and more. Children will learn about Alaska Native values and connect with their own family and community values.

 

In Molly’s world community members honor traditions as well as utilize modern day conveniences. Families will explore their own traditions and create an individual Mini-Museum Exhibit. We will meet Tuesday, August 4, 11, 18 and 25 @ 7:00 via ZOOM to share our exhibits and discuss our traditions. Meeting codes will be emailed to participants.

 

Session 1:: Investigating Animals

Session 2: Learning About Each Other

Session 3: Exploring My Community

Session 4: Celebrating Traditions

 

For more information contact Miss Denise ignaskyd@einetwork.net or Miss Cristen dandoc@einetwork.net

 
CONTACT:  Denise Ignasky  412-882-6622  ignaskyd@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Wednesday August 12, 2020
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Explorium
12:00 AM

After spending so much time in the virtual world, get outside and explore this summer!  Join our Explorium in Google Classroom for hands-on activities to Splash it!, Make it! Build it! Play it! Find it! and, of course, Read it!  Activities will be posted every Wednesday and Saturday.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include a garden xylophone (play it!), flower ice cubes (splash it!), and moon craters (make it!). 

Explorium is self-paced, and kids can choose which activities they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, bfzsjqd.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

Thursday August 13, 2020
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Lego Lab
12:00 AM

Love Legos?  Then join our virtual Lego Lab!  A new Lego Challenge will be posted every Thursday throughout the summer.  Just a few examples of the Lego challenges we have planned for the summer include Lego zipline, mini-figurine adventure, and a zoo exhibit.  Lego Lab is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can complete the challenges at any time.  Kids can share a short video of what they created every week on Flipgrid in the Google Classroom! 

To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google Classroom code, ln7a2kn.  You will need a Gmail account.   Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

CONTACT:  Cristen Dando  412-882-6622  dandoc@einetwork.net
Friday August 14, 2020
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STEAM Studio
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kids are natural scientists, artists, and engineers!  They love to ask questions, explore, and can be VERY persistent. Encourage your kids STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) abilities this summer and join our STEAM studio.  Hands-on activities, experiments, and projects will be posted every Monday and Friday, and each week will have a different theme.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include pendulum painting (force and motion), underwater volcano (density), and astronaut lander (engineering). 

STEAM Studio is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can choose which experiments or projects they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, zps7sxm.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net

Saturday August 15, 2020
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Explorium
12:00 AM

After spending so much time in the virtual world, get outside and explore this summer!  Join our Explorium in Google Classroom for hands-on activities to Splash it!, Make it! Build it! Play it! Find it! and, of course, Read it!  Activities will be posted every Wednesday and Saturday.  Just a few examples of the activities planned for this summer include a garden xylophone (play it!), flower ice cubes (splash it!), and moon craters (make it!). 

Explorium is self-paced, and kids can choose which activities they want to do.  To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google classroom code, bfzsjqd.  You will need a Gmail account.  Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

Tuesday August 18, 2020
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Molly of Denali Workshop
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Molly of Denali Workshop

 

This program will teach strategies to explore information text while exploring family traditions! Molly of Denai follows the adventures of feisty and resourceful Molly Mabray, a 10-year-old Alaska Native Girl. Families will explore books, online resources, field guides, historical archives, maps, charts and more. Children will learn about Alaska Native values and connect with their own family and community values.

 

In Molly’s world community members honor traditions as well as utilize modern day conveniences. Families will explore their own traditions and create an individual Mini-Museum Exhibit. We will meet Tuesday, August 4, 11, 18 and 25 @ 7:00 via ZOOM to share our exhibits and discuss our traditions. Meeting codes will be emailed to participants.

 

Session 1:: Investigating Animals

Session 2: Learning About Each Other

Session 3: Exploring My Community

Session 4: Celebrating Traditions

 

For more information contact Miss Denise ignaskyd@einetwork.net or Miss Cristen dandoc@einetwork.net

 
CONTACT:  Denise Ignasky  412-882-6622  ignaskyd@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Thursday August 20, 2020
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Lego Lab
12:00 AM

Love Legos?  Then join our virtual Lego Lab!  A new Lego Challenge will be posted every Thursday throughout the summer.  Just a few examples of the Lego challenges we have planned for the summer include Lego zipline, mini-figurine adventure, and a zoo exhibit.  Lego Lab is self-paced in Google Classroom, and kids can complete the challenges at any time.  Kids can share a short video of what they created every week on Flipgrid in the Google Classroom! 

To register, either fill out the registration form here or use the Google Classroom code, ln7a2kn.  You will need a Gmail account.   Any questions, please feel free to email us at dandoc@einetwork.net.

CONTACT:  Cristen Dando  412-882-6622  dandoc@einetwork.net
Monday August 24, 2020
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Behind the Scenes: A Movie Club
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Virtual Meetup - Second and Fourth Mondays of the Month - 1:00 PM

 
More than entertaining stories to be viewed from a sofa and then benignly forgotten, cinema is an art form rich in expression and worthy of our time and attention.
 
Join Brandon for a fun discussion of all variety of films from John Wayne to Shirley Temple as we look "behind the scenes" to unpack each selection's historical significance, stylistic choices, and meanings.  
 
You may laugh, you may cry, you may even raise an eyebrow and wonder "What was that?", but you'll certainly be affected.  They don't call 'em moving pictures for nothing!
 
This week's selection:
 
 
Zoom Link:
CONTACT:  Brandon   412-882-6622  taperb2@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Tuesday August 25, 2020
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Molly of Denali Workshop
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Molly of Denali Workshop

This program will teach strategies to research information text while exploring family traditions! Molly of Denai follows the adventures of feisty and resourceful Molly Mabray, a 10-year-old Alaska Native Girl. Families will explore books, online resources, field guides, historical archives, maps, charts and more. Children will learn about Alaska Native values and connect with their own family and community values.

In Molly’s world community members honor traditions as well as utilize modern day conveniences. Families will discover their own traditions and create an individual Mini-Museum Exhibit. Camp materials will be provided weekly.

We will meet Tuesday, August 4, 11, 18 and 25 @ 7:00 via ZOOM to share our exhibits and discuss our traditions. Meeting codes will be emailed to participants.

Session 1:: Investigating Animals

Session 2: Learning About Each Other

Session 3: Exploring My Community

Session 4: Celebrating Traditions

This program is provided by the PBS Education Team

 and Inquire Within.For more information contact Miss Denise ignaskyd@einetwork.net or Miss Cristen dandoc@einetwork.net

 
CONTACT:  Denise Ignasky  412-882-6622  ignaskyd@einetwork.net
LOCATION: ONLINE
Monday September 7, 2020
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