Each meeting we will talk about computers and coding and will include fun interactive activities. A typical meeting starts with girls reading and listening together from a part of the book. Then, they discuss question that relate to both the book and important concepts, like bravery, resilience, computational thinking and sisterhood. The Club will then take on a creative challenge that relates to the chapter they read – either unplugged or online. Activities will be done both offline with paper and markers and online using programs like Scratch.
Classes are held in the
Studio Rhode Room
of the Woonsocket Harris Library
April 8, 15, 22, 29 May 6, 13, 20
Takes place after school 4-4:45pm
Suitable for students in grades 3-5
Online registration is required by Girls Who Code. Ask Ms. Chris for the information on how to sign up.
Parents are required to sign a permission form with instructions on how to register students online.
Students must be registered online with GWO to read passages from the book and do the online Scratch tutorials.
Sorry no walk-ins for this program.
When you are signing up you are signing up to attend all classes. Each class builds upon the next so attendance is important.
This excludes the program during school vacation week. That is a fun add on!
ZUMBA FOR ADULTS & TEENS
No Zumba on January 13th or 20th. See you on the 27th
Sessions led by Connie Anderson resume at the library on Monday, April 8th from 6pm-7pm. For more information, please call Connie at 762-4166.
Sponsored by the Woonsocket Health & Rehabilitation Center.
Need help navigating ebook devices, auidobooks, social media, or email? Come to Tech Tuesday! Ask for Thomas at the Reference Department, call 767-4124 for more information.
Open to caregivers and those experiencing memory loss. Meets in the main program room when the library is open. Live & Learn is a social program for people with early memory loss offering new ways to compensate for memory changes. Contact Alz.org/ri at 1-800-272-3900 for more information. Group meets at Patriots Dinner, 65 Founders Dr, Woonsocket, RI on the last Wednesday of the month.
Autism Project Training for Parents presented in English
Creating the Connections engages participants in the stages of a child’s development, so they can recognize and act upon atypical development when they observe it. The goal of this session is to increase access to resources that promote screening, evaluation, diagnosis, and enrollment in appropriate services for children at risk of developmental disabilities or Autism Spectrum Disorder. Participants will also get a better understanding of the power and benefit of using visual supports to provide structure in day-to-day activities.