Open Lab: Letterpress Emblems, Spiral Binding, Laser Cutter

Open Lab sessions at the AADL Secret Lab have returned!

Join Library staff for 2 hours of open access to select Secret Lab tools: Letterpress Emblems, Spiral Binder, and Laser Cutter. Staff will be on hand to provide instructions for these tools.

Basic instruction will be provided but further, in-depth instruction is available at regular individual tool labs (Letterpress Lab, Vector Lab).  Find a complete list of Secret Lab programming here!

Coding Playground

Drop-in, hang out, and play around with code! We will provide basic instruction and support to build apps using BitsBox, or you can work on your own project in your preferred language (Scratch, p5, or anything else). Absolutely no coding experience required!

Coding Playground

Drop-in, hang out, and play around with code! We will provide basic instruction and support to build apps using BitsBox, or you can work on your own project in your preferred language (Scratch, p5, or anything else). Absolutely no coding experience required!

Open Lab: Raspberry Pi, Laser Engraving, Letterpress

Open Lab sessions at the AADL Secret Lab have returned!

Join Library staff for 3 hours of open access to select Secret Lab tools: Raspberry Pi, Vector Graphics and Laser Engraving, and Letterpress.

Basic instruction will be provided but further, in-depth instruction is available at regular individual tool labs (Sewing Lab, 3D Design and Printing Lab).  Find a complete list of Secret Lab programming here!

Coding Playground

Drop-in, hang out, and play around with code! We will provide basic instruction and support to build apps using BitsBox, or you can work on your own project in your preferred language (Scratch, p5, or anything else). Absolutely no coding experience required!

Amateur Radio

Amateur (ham) radio is more popular than ever with a record number of people enjoying this hobby. Local operator Dan Romanchik will explain the latest possibilities for amateur radio including satellite communications, software-defined radio, and wireless networking. He will also discuss the local amateur radio community, why this technology is still relevant today, and how to become a licensed operator. 73!