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Month: December 2019

“Hour of Code” Program, Saturday, 12/14, 10am-1pm

“Hour of Code” Program, Saturday, 12/14, 10am-1pm

Join the global movement to teach kids to code. This fun, empowering, beginner-level program inspires all to learn in a judgment-free zone. Curriculum to include Blockly, JavaScript, Python. and HTML5. Advanced student programmers are welcome to help their friends and family. *Please bring your own laptop, Chromebook, iPad or tablet. Limited supplies will be available on site. Drop-in for fifteen minutes, or stay and code for the whole time. This family program, sponsored by the Friends of the Village Library,…

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FOVL Sunday Program: Marly Youmans reading from “Book of the Red King,” Sunday, 12/15, 3pm

FOVL Sunday Program: Marly Youmans reading from “Book of the Red King,” Sunday, 12/15, 3pm

Novelist Howard Bahr writes, “When a person reads a Marly Youmans poem, all the spaces ’round about fall silent. The busy world is hushed, and her words, each one perfect and pinned in its perfect place, rise into the silence and burst into light. I, a poor mortal, can explain her work in no other terms.” Marly Youmans is a poet and novelist, author of five books of poetry and nine novels. She has won several national awards and many…

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