Teens build Robots at the Library

Pictured at left is a LEGO robot dog, one of six LEGO robots teens will have the opportunity to build this summer at the library. Registration is closed for the LEGO Robotics Camp happening this week, but it will open again July 5th for the camp that’s happening Monday, July 18th to Wednesday, July 20th, from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. each day. Tip: if you are interested, be sure to phone us at 8:00 a.m., as we open, Tuesday, July 5th. There are only eighteen spots and they will fill up quickly. Participants must be at least 10 years old and not over 18. And as always at the library, the program is free.

Teen Tech Week: Fun with Robots!

Come celebrate Teen Tech Week  by playing with Robots on Monday at 4:00 pm.  We'll have a Sphero and BB-8 for the teens to experiment with.  All teens are welcome and snacks will be provided.


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Luther's Droids, from Burbank Middle School, will be coming and showing us the robots they have created. Come and see what they can do! Wednesday March 13 at 4 pm in the meeting room. picture of a robot

Robots at Aldine are an Automatic Success

The Aldine Branch Library must thank Jefferson Davis High School’s robotics club, Robatos Locos, for taking the time to visit with the teens. This is the third year Robatos Locos has been out to visit, and each year the club somehow outdoes the last. A record number were in attendance for exciting demonstrations and a chance to operate robots of all shapes and sizes.


Robots Invade Aldine!

Toy Robot and Astronauts

Teens, this Thursday stop by the meeting room to checkout the robots. That’s right, robots. The robotics club from Jefferson Davis High School is coming by to not only share stories, but its robots as well. You’ll get a demo on how the robots work, plus a chance to make them do your bidding. That’s this Thursday, April 15th, at 4pm.


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