Have you been interested in tarot but aren't sure where to start? Or maybe you are just curious about the history of tarot? This is a great chance to learn!
 
Sally Cragin will walk us through a brief history of tarot and the meaning of the suits in a tarot deck. You'll even get a chance to practice simple readings!
 
Open to tweens and teens (ages 12-18). Registration is required.
 
You don't need to have your own deck to participate, but it's recommended that you start with a Ryder-Waite deck as you begin to learn how to read tarot cards.

Click here to register.

Are you a fan of The Queen's Gambit and want to learn how to play chess? Now's your chance!
 
This online class will teach you the fundamentals of chess and is open to adults, teens, and children ages 8 and up! Chess really is a fun activity for the whole family! Registration is required.
 

In one hour you'll learn the basics of playing chess including:

* Setting up the chess pieces
* How to use the pawns
* What each chess piece is and how they move on the board
* Some special moves
* 10 tips for playing a better game
* How to win a game of chess in just 4 moves!

This interactive class will be taught on Zoom by Glenn Davison. Glenn is a member of the Massachusetts Chess Association and the US Chess Federation.
 
Click here to register.

Join your fellow crewmates in a multiplayer game full of teamwork... and betrayal. Can you tell who is sus?
 

  You can download the Among Us app for free on your smartphone or tablet to play in a private match hosted by the library. We'll meet on Zoom to talk. You'll need access to both in order to participate.
 
This event is open to grades 4-12. Registration is required.

Chill out with Pop Up Art School (virtually) and sculpt a friendly sloth with air dry clay! You'll build the sloth using basic forms and add texture to bring your sloth to life. You will be able to finish your sloth during this class with acrylic paint that can be used on wet clay. 
 
This program is open to Tweens & Teens (ages 10-18). Registration is required as space is limited. 
 
Kits do not come with instructions, so you'll need to attend the Zoom event to complete this craft.
 
Click here to register.

Make your own book bag out of funky fabrics! This will require basic sewing skills (or adult help) - no sewing machines required! We'll provide all the needed supplies! Mandy from Wicked Good Henna will teach us how to make these bags.

You'll create your own book bag that will be perfect to use for bringing library books home with you, just in time for summer reading!

Open to tweens and teens (ages 10-18). Registration is required.
 
This is an in-person event that will be held outside (wearing masks and social distancing), we will move this to being a virtual event over Zoom if the weather doesn't allow for us to meet outdoors.
 
Click here to register.

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!