DIY Idea Lab is in full swing! Join on Wednesday afternoons from 2:30 - 3:30 pm to unleash your imagination, create, and explore! The activity on March 27 will be STEM-related and April 3 will be arts & crafts based.
Thursday, March 28 @ 6-8pm. Groove as an audio engineer to learn loops, samples, virtual instruments, MIDI, mixing techniques and more as you lay down your own track. No music experience required! Grades 6-8 only. Registration required; space is limited with preference given to Readin
Perfect for a long weekend or to try out a new toy/device, our Kids' Library of Things collection has options for all kinds of interests. The collection has multiple themes to it, including STEM toys for all ages, addicting family games, toys to spur imagination, and kits to support c
Thursday, December 6 @ 7pm. Don't miss this special Tech Talk featuring transformative technology with Charlie Dagli PhD, Research Lead at MIT's Lincoln Laboratory! The Dark Web is steeped in mystery but researchers are using technology to unlock clues to expose illegal activities and
December 6 @ 7-8pm. Don't miss this rescheduled special lecture featuring transformative technology! Dr. Charlie Dagli will discuss the Deep & Dark Web and how recently developed technology tools are exposing the illegal activities perpetrators conduct on the Dark Web.
Come hear about Reading's Girls Who Code Club being offered at the library again this academic year! Girls Who Code is a national non-profit organization dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. Girls in grades 6-12 can explore coding in a fun and friendly way at the library