Monday, Feb. 11 & 25, 6:30-8:30 pm
All ages (age 12 & under must be accompanied by an adult). Led by Ryan Brock, create your own techbased project and learn about microcontrollers, soldering, wiring, and programming. Participants do not need to attend every session but must come to the first session in order to choose a project. There will be a fee for some supplies after projects are chosen. Limited to 20.
CARY AREA WRITERS GROUP
Second Saturday of the month, 12-3 pm
Looking for a community to nurture your writing? Join the Cary Area Writers Group (CAWG).
BOOKS ON TAP: A 20s-30s BOOK CLUB
Tuesday, February 19 7-8:30 pm
Meets at Cary Ale House Eat, drink, and talk shop about books with others in their 20s and 30s. If you’re interested in joining or to find out the current title, please email email@example.com.
ADULT BOOK DISCUSSION
Books are available each month at the Service Center
Hooked on Books Wednesdays, 10:30-11:30 am
February 27: Everything I Never Told You
Turning Pages Together, Thursdays, 7-8 pm
February 28: Everything I Never Told You
Saturday, February 16, 1-4 pm
Ages 9-Adult. Work with a partner to build one of the LEGO EV3 robot models that come with the education kit and then download the model program to activate your robot. Adults not required, but this is a great chance for caregivers to share a STEM activity with your child. Register for each class. Limited to 16.
YOU’VE FOUND YOUR GERMAN TOWN OF ORIGIN, NOW WHAT?
Sunday, February 17, 2-3:30 pm
Teresa Steinkamp McMillin focuses on how to get records for German towns and will discuss verifying location, finding historical jurisdictions, records for that town and more.
A NIGHT AT THE OSCARS
Wednesday, February 20, 7-8 pm
Join Film Historian Annette Bochenek as she presents the history of the Academy Awards, while also profiling the Best Picture picks for this year. The presentation will include photos, video clips, and stories.
BRING YOUR OWN BOARD GAMES
Thursday, February 21, 7-8:30 pm
Try out trending board games like Settlers of Catan, One Night Ultimate Werewolf, and Code Names. Bring your favorite board/table top game to share LINCOLN ON LEADERSHIP with others. Snacks will be provided.
Friday, March 1, 7-10 pm
Ages 21 and older.
Celebrate the end of Winter Reading with music, a wine/craft beer tasting (7-9 pm) and snacks. EZFM, is a quintet of some of Chicagoland’s most versatile, in-demand musicians performing nostalgic soft rock, blue-eyed soul and yacht rock hits. Registration is required and limited to 100 people. You will be required to show ID when entering the Library. Cost $5/person; no refunds.