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Witness fencing, the ancient art of swordsmanship. Learn Olympic swordplay with the foil, epee and sabre. Come and have some fun and see if you can be a Musketeer, a Jedi or even Peter Pan! Ages 5 & Up.

Gary Murray started fencing in 1982, coaching in 1984. Started the Round Rock Fencing Club in 1986. Head Fencing Coach at Southwestern University since 1986. Certified nationally and internationally as a Prevost d' Armes. The club has produced Olympians, World Champions, National and Junior Olympic Champions.

Kick off our week in Neverland with Peter Pan, pizza, and prizes after the library closes. We'll watch Hook (PG), make crafts, and play games. Did we mention pizza? Limited to 20 teens. Registration information coming soon.

Kids will have fun learning physics using this awesome online tool that lets them build different contraptions that help them reach their goal. Each level challenges kids to think differently about how to build better and smarter machines that can carry, lift, or swing an object into their goal box using real-world laws of physics. Great for aspiring inventors and budding engineers.

The Discovery hands on program explores all sorts of different topics, including science, literature, technology, and more. Especially designed for elementary aged kids, come back each week and learn something new!

Today at Laura’s, we’ll be playing a game called “Blind Art.” In small teams, we’ll describe a painting to the team’s leader – a “blind artist” who has the painting taped onto their back! At the end of the game, we’ll each have made some awesome art – our own interpretations of some classic paintings – some funny, some strange, some beautiful – but all of it fun! 

Bring your device to either location to learn how you can get free eBooks, eAudiobooks and magazines on your iPad, Nook, Kindle or tablet!

Come between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. and earn service hours for school by doing special projects at Westbank Library - stay for some of the time or all of the time.

No need to sign up in advance. Bring your parents’ contact information when you come. For teens ages 13-18.