Been There Done That Music

Been There Done That Music

Tuesday, September 12
10:00 am - 10:30 am

Been There Done That Movin’ On Twos and Threes is for children who have been coming to the classes for a while and are capable of following more specific directions to musical games and are ready to learn new songs. Each week a different type of instrument is introduced and shared.

Computer Class

Computer Class

Tuesday, September 12
10:30 am - 11:30 am

If you know little to nothing about computers, are afraid or confused about them, or interested but don’t know where to start, this is the place for you.  We cover the basics of Microsoft Word and Excel, email, and how to search the Internet for whatever interests you. There is no fee, you can start any day, but you can only attend once a week. Classes last an hour and are held on Mondays at 6pm and Tuesdays/Wednesdays at 10:30am.

Derby Neck Video Game Club - Tuesdays at 3pm

Derby Neck Video Game Club – Tuesdays at 3pm

Tuesday, September 12
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Using the library’s Nintendo Wii U, PS4, and Dreamcast, teens will play various games on the systems. Derby Neck Video Game Club (VGC for short) is all about fun, so come join us. No registration is required and we play throughout the school year on Tuesdays after school when the director is in the building. This club was formerly called Smash! Club.

Teen Film Club

Teen Film Club

Tuesday, September 12
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Learn the ins and outs of amateur film production working alongside fellow teens in areas like writing, directing, and editing.

World War One in the Valley

World War One in the Valley

Tuesday, September 12
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Pat Sweeney will present another powerpoint in her historical series on life in the Valley on Tues., Sept. 12 at 6:30 p.m.  The topic, commemorating World War One, will focus on events in the Valley for the war effort and area happenings of the time.  Included will be details about military items made in our local factories, the “War Games” of Derby/Shelton, fashion, Liberty Bond drives, food conservation, the flu epidemic of 1918, the careers of Frances Kellogg and her husband architect Waldo Kellogg, and much more. Join us at this free event to learn more about our local heritage.