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WARWICK — The following is a list of upcoming programs at Albert Wisner Public Library:

Imagineers Workshop

Saturday, Feb. 25, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Put your imagination and creativity to work. Join us for a day of imagination stations around the library where all ages can play, experiment, and create using the principles of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.

Activities and learning experiences for imagineers ages 3 to adult.

• Traditional crafts and recycled crafts for adults, teens and tweens.

Learn the basics of weaving, crochet and felting. Turn recycled plastic grocery bags into plarn and old T-shirts into yarn for a creative use of recycled material. Use recycled book pages for imaginative decorations and cards. Participants can crochet a bag, weave a wall hanging, make a felted bracelet, and create gift cards and more.

• Circuitry Activities for tweens and older.

Teens will demonstrate new circuitry skills with LittleBits. Watch the Synth Kit in action and learn how manipulating a few small Bits can change cacophonous noise to beautiful music.

•In the Storytime Room check out the Library's new Makey Makey kit, an invention kit that turns everyday objects into an alternative computer keyboard. Find a partner and hold hands to complete the circuit as you walk through a fun obstacle course designed by teens.

Coding projects for tweens and older.

• Build mazes out of Lego and then move your Lego character through a maze using paper "code" rather than a computer. Participants will experience different levels of difficulty that include a variety of programming concepts.

Fine arts/drawing classes for adults, teens and tweens.

• Local artist Dianne Ouzoonian will guide you through steps to create a charcoal drawing. All materials are provided. No previous experience necessary.

Lessons will begin on the hour from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sign-up at the event.

Activities for children.

•Kids can make a marshmallow shooter and a flipping elf to practice basic physics principles. They practice weaving when they make a pendant. Create a dinosaur skeleton, make a fossil and dig for dino in our sand pit to experience the basics of anthropology.

• There will be Legos, Duplos and tinker toys to build with too.

Cooking demos and food activities all ages

• Kids make a food necklace

• For adults: Two Lentil Soup demonstrations and tastings at noon and at 2 p.m.

Library’s 3D printer demonstrations for everyone.

To attend, register online at or call 986-1047 ext. 3 for adults and teens and ext. 6 for tweens and children.

Library Jeopardy

Friday, March 3, at 7 p.m.

On weekday evenings at 7 p.m. do you find yourself watching Jeopardy and shouting out the answers to Alex Trebek? Has anyone ever said to you: “you should be a contestant on Jeopardy?"

Well, here is your chance. On Friday, March 3, at 7 p.m., you can have your opportunity to be a contestant on a simulated Jeopardy game show at the Albert Wisner Public Library.

The game will follow the basic rules of Jeopardy with three contestants for each round, six categories and five questions in each category. There will be double jeopardy round and a final jeopardy round.

To be a contestant, call 986-1047 ext. 5.

Audience members are needed, too. To be a member of the audience register online at or call 986-1047 ext. 3.

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