Learn coding basics at your own pace, workbooks will be provided. CS First Unplugged is a set of activities that introduce people to Computer Science concepts without a computer! Open to grades 5-12 (ages 10-18), registration is required as there are a limited number of kits. Click here to register.
Workbooks include three different activities that will show tweens and teens how computer technology can connect people. They'll learn how to code an emoji so a computer can recognize the image and even how to decode and send secret messages! All activities are done on paper, no computer needed!
Kits will be available for pickup starting on Monday, February 8th through Thursday, February 18th, (you will receive an email confirmation from Teen Librarian Susan once your kit is ready, please wait until you get an email before coming to the library). 
There will be an optional drop-in Zoom event on Thursday, February 18th from 12:30-1:30pm for anyone interested in completing the activities together. Teen Librarian Susan will be available if there are any questions, or if you just want to chat! Zoom details will be emailed out after you register for the event and a reminder email will be sent a couple of days before.

Hey teens! Kick off 2021 with a Beanstack Winter Reading Challenge! Enroll, log your reading hours to earn tickets, and complete activity prompts for even more tickets! Regardless of how you earn a badge, each one unlocks a raffle ticket that you can put towards the drawing of a winter themed gift basket. Winners will be selected after January 31st.
If you participated in one of the Library’s previous reading challenges, simply log into your Beanstack account and enroll in the Winter Reading Challenge when prompted.  Pre-registration will begin Monday December 28th. If you are new to Beanstack you will need to create an account before enrollment. Register for a Beanstack account by clicking here.  

We're excited to have you join us on a new reading adventure!



 ...that the Library has an Encyclopedia subscription?
It's World Book Online

This is not your Mom and Dad's
set of Encyclopedias!

This is an awesome program full of videos, research tools, and highlighted breaking news events from around the world.  Create an account, and work on your papers with up-to-date, accurate information, and it is all saved in one place.  Try it on your next assignment!

Additionally, with your Lunenburg Public Library card you can access
World Book Online outside of the Library
or on your smartphone!

Read the World!