Children of all ages and families are invited to celebrate the wonderful worlds created by Dr. Seuss in this magical tribute show presented by magician Don Miller. This program will be held in Central Library’s Auditorium. No Registration is required!
Saturday, February 13th 2016
Welcome to the tour of the Learning Curve’s Minecraft Club. The club meets Wednesdays from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. The club members have done quite a lot of cool things to build up their town and make it a great place to explore!
The first thing the kids do is usually build a house that they can call their own and visit when they come back to play with us. They can even invite their friends over to visit.
After you are done visiting with your friends at their house, you can make a trip to the mall to get a bite to eat, get some new clothes, shoes and there is even a firework store!
an iron pick ax next to a mountain home and the Pit Apartments
A Giant Enderman
Central land is full of great pixel art! The kids love to show off their skills and work together to make our town more colorful!
Enjoy a friendly soccer match at the Central Library Stadium!
The club members put their heads together to build a cool New Year’s Eve countdown clock complete with a dance floor and fireworks display. The virtual engineers picked out the perfect spot and used redstone and levers to make the countdown clock work perfectly!
Can’t wait to see what you can build at our next Minecraft Club!
Join us today from 1pm-4pm for some exciting activities! Try our our LEGO robotics or create your own song using our Launchpad app on the iPads! See you soon!
Today was an exciting day in the Learning Curve with a creative group of kids who made up their very own stories to tell.
Listen to some original stories below for kids by kids!
The Media Workshop will be open from 1-2:30 today but more fun commences in the auditorium for our kick off performance of our Hot Jazz for Cool Kids Concert Series!
See you all there!
Heads up, everyone!
The Media Workshop will have shorter hours tomorrow. We will be open from 1:00PM to 3:00PM! Still plenty of time for fun!
The first performance in the series will feature the Rob Dixon Quartet on Sunday, January 17 at 3 p.m. Synonymous with jazz in Indianapolis, Dixon has played saxophone with such musicians as Ray Charles, the Count Basie Band and the Smithsonian Masterworks Orchestra. His quartet draws from various musical genres, such as classical, country, blues and hip hop, to create an original jazz sound that is sure to engage the entire audience. Dixon also has introduced jazz to children through many school and community programs.