Father's Day is June 18th. Show your Dad how much you care by creating him a personalized greeting card in Level Up's video studios at the Main Library!
Making a video greeting card here is easy and free—and much more fun than scouring the greeting card aisle at the grocery store for a message that fits your dad's unique style. In Level Up, you can choose from our props, find images to add on top of (or behind) your video footage, and even incorporate something you've brought from home into the perfect Father's Day greeting. Read more about Create Your Father's Day Video Greeting Card in Level Up
Be part of developing a Virtual Reality environment at this hands-on, week-long camp. Learn how graphics, images, and the HTC Vive headset work together to create an awesome 3D experience—then help demo the results.
Age 12 and up (adults welcome) Tuesday, June 6—Saturday, June 10
Monroe County Public Library
So much great stuff is in Level Up—free to use with your Library card—for people of all ages and skill levels. But how do you know how to match up your creative interests with the amazing equipment and software here waiting for you?
Level Up’s useful Resources page is what you want. We've scoured the web for the best free guides to digital creativity and posted them there for beginners, experts, and everybody in between (and don't forget collection of books and magazines in Level Up!). Read more about Level Up: Where Do I Start?
Your Mom's special—shouldn't her Mother's Day card be too? Mother's Day is next Sunday, so you've got a week to find a message that really captures your love and appreciation for all Mom's done for you.
Making her a Mother's Day video greeting in Level Up at the Main Library is the easy, fun, and free way to personalize your wishes for Mom on her special day—check out the example I'm sending my mother(click to play video):
Teen Tech Week is March 5 – 11th here at MCPL. Teens can get hands-on all week with the great digital resources and tech the Library has to offer—all designed to help them succeed in school and prepare for college and 21st century careers. Whether it’s a video with friends, an attempt at producing a song for the first time in one of the audio studios, or a quick digital drawing in Adobe Illustrator, teens can come create a tech project in Level Up—the Library’s digital creativity center—then show it to staff and win a prize!