Big news! We’re launching our very own code club here at the library. If you want your kids to learn important tech skills and have fun along the way, we’d love to see you there! During Code Club they will work on learning how to make websites, video games, apps, animations, and more! Laptops or PCs will be provided during the club. Participants are welcome to bring their own devices. Ipads do not work well with the programs that we will be working on.
Code club will be held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month at 3:30 p.m. Code Club in February will be held on Thursday February, 6th and 20th at 3:30 p.m. in the Teen room and main library. The program is available for children ages 8 - 12 years of age. Older children can attend if spots are available. Please call the library to reserve a space for your child.
The pros from Brewgrass Homebrew, the full service homebrew store in Louisville, will be here at the Trimble County Library to show you how to get started brewing your own beer. Come on out to Homebrew 101 to learn about the supplies you need to get started, and how to create a wonderful, signature drink that you and your friends can enjoy. The class is free and a great opportunity to learn a cool, new hobby that you can enjoy for years! The class is free and will take place in the Trimble Library meeting room on Saturday, January 18th at 2 P.M. Don't miss it!
Imagine being at peace with your mind. Imagine what it would feel like to be filled with positive thoughts, and to be able to quiet your worries. Your brain has wired itself for stress, and you can actively rewire it to be more calm. It's low cost and the good news is that there are virtually no negative side-effects to meditation. Dr. Amanda O'Bryan will be at the Trimble County Library on Tuesday, January 21st at 6:30 PM. She is a certified wellness coach, with her PhD in psychology. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn the skill of meditation. Make 2020 the year for you to learn and practice self-care. You can get started at your Library.
Trimble County Public Library staff members contribute to the blog.