Family yoga classes allow everyone to practice together, no matter the age, level of experience or disability! All participants should bring a mat and towel and arrive five minutes early to get settled.
scientist Erin Teagan will share how being curious as a kid made her the
scientist she is today and how the same curiosity inspires her writing for
kids. We’ll explore how taking a closer look at everyday things can lead to new
discoveries. Everyone will leave with more questions of their own! Books will be available for purchase courtesy of Second Chapter Books.
Three part series: Tuesdays, July 23, 30 and August 6. Professional photographer Chas Sumser provides a deeper look into the most fundamental elements of creative photography. We will discuss the three legs of the "exposure triangle" including aperture, shutter speed and ISO (sensitivity). With a solid understanding of these concepts, anyone can learn to take their photography to a more powerful level. Experience is not required, but access to a camera that can be used in Manual mode is highly recommended. For Grade 9-adult.
Lepp's humorous, family-friendly tall-tales have earned the appreciation of listeners of all ages and from all walks of life. Though a five time champion of the WV Liars’s Contest, Lepp’s stories often contain morsels of truth which present universal themes in clever and witty ways. Audiences all across the country, from grade schools to corporate execs to the Comedy Central’s Hudson stage, have been delighted by his mirthful tales and delightful insights into everyday life.
Are you the best Super Smash Bros Wii U player in Loudoun County? Win this qualifying round to represent Middleburg Library in the finale at the After Hours Teen Center (Cascades Library) on Friday, August 16. For teens.