There is one neat Digital Literacy programs scheduled for the rest of the week, our monthly science fiction film on Friday, and, there are some really cool Adult Services & Teen Tech programs going on this week at the library which are also included on this list!

And remember, you can make an appointment for a free one-on-one session with a member of our Digital Literacy Services staff if you have questions about how to use a new laptop, smartphone, e-reader, tablet or software that you just acquired! Just drop by the library, give us a call at: 607-936-3713 or send us an email at: DIGLIT@STLS.ORG

Wednesday, March 11, 2015:

Teen Tech Week: Libraries are for Making: 3D Printing: Create a customized object using 3D printing software. Printed items will need to be picked up at a later date as 3D printing takes some time.

Registration is required. To register please call 936-3713 ext. 503 or stop by the Children’s Dept. in the library.

Time:  3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Thursday, March 12, 2015:

Teen Tech Week: Libraries are for Making: Tech Repurposed: Create new life for old and outdated technology by making floppy disk books, resistor jewelry and more.

Registration is required. To register please call 936-3713 ext. 503 or stop by the Children’s Dept. in the library.

Time: 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Adult Creative Writers Group: Inject some socialization into your solo writing time by join the library’s Adult Creative Writers Group for conversation, inspiration and feedback on writing projects. No sign up is required. This group meets every Thursday from 6-8 pm. On the third Thursday of the month the group meets in the library. On the other Thursdays the group meets at Soul Full Cup CoffeeHouse. For more information, please call Adult Services Director Michelle Wells at (607) 936-3713 ext 209 or email

Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Friday, March 13, 2015:

Monthly Science Fiction (Technology) Movie: Starman (1984): Director John Carpenter presents a romantic science fiction odyssey starring Jeff Bridges as an innocent alien from a distant planet who learns what it means to be a man in love and. When his spacecraft is shot down over Wisconsin, Starman (Bridges) arrives at the remote cabin of a distraught young widow, Jenny Hayden (Karen Allen), and clones the form of her dead husband. The alien convinces Jenny to drive him to Arizona, explaining that if he isn’t able to get there to be picked up by his people he will die. Hot on their trail are government agents, intent on capturing the alien, dead or alive. En-route, Starman demonstrates the power of universal love, while Jenny rediscovers her human feelings for passion. MPAA Rating: PG. Run Time: 115 minutes. Technology Subject: Extraterrestrial life.

The Monthly Science Fiction movie is hosted by the SSCL Digital Literacy Services staff.

Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Have a great week!

Linda, SSCL

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