Coding for Minecraft

coding for minecraft

Calling all Minecrafters!

This Saturday, October 10, from 1:00-3:00, the Rhode Island Computer Museum will show how to summon lightning bolts with a bow and arrow or build giant rainbows in the Minecraft world with code! Spawn farm animals or monsters instantly and have fun “modding” your world! This workshop introduces coding concepts by showing students how to build or change (e.g. mod) the game using code based on the Javascript programming language. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced gamers and fun for everyone!

Good for ages 9 & up, registration required (limited spots available) Register Online

What’s New at the Great Barrington Libraries

columbus day

Libraries Closed Monday, October 12

Mason will be closed Monday, October 12, in honor of the holiday. Have fun, explore safely, and we will see you at our normal hours on Tuesday!

After School Chess Club

Mason Library
Tuesday, October 13, 3:30-5pm

Open chess time to meet others who enjoy playing, in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere. There will be no formal instruction, so participants must already have a working knowledge of the game. Chess boards and snacks will be provided.
Good for grades 1-6    
No registration necessary

powder keg

Powder Keg Sessions for Mothers & Others

Ramsdell Library
Wednesday, October 14, 6:30-8:00pm

Are you ready to blow the roof off of your silence?  If you opened your mouth to speak your truth, would you know what to say?  Join author, blogger, mother and artist Suzi Banks Baum for the Powder Keg Sessions writing workshops.