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Class/Workshop
3D Printers Class at The Rivet at Discovery Space
Learn the basics of the 3D printer and how to safely operate this machine at The Rivet. Taking this class will grant a "Clearance", allowing you to use the workshop space and the 3D printer during workshop hours. Face masks are required, and this class is socially distanced.
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Benefit/Fundraiser, Community Event, General, Green/Environmental
AAUW State College Welcomes Book Donations
AAUW State College welcomes book donations at the AAUW State College Used Book Workshop, located at 176 Technology Drive in Boalsburg during workshop hours: Mondays, 6:00 - 8:00 pm, and Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 9:00 am - 2:30 pm. During workshop hours, bring books directly to the AAUW door and ring bell for assistance. Book donation bins are available during off-hours. For details visit aauwstatecollege.org. Donated books will be sold at the May 15-18, 2021 AAUW State College Used Book Sale at the Penn State Snider Ag Arena. Sale proceeds advance equity for women and girls through local community grants and scholarships. Questions? Call (814) 466-6041.
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Alternative, Benefit/Fundraiser, Volunteer Event
Alternative Christmas Fair
This event offers an alternative opportunity to shop for meaningful holiday gifts by donating to any of 26 participating non-profit organizations. A Children's Fair and lunch are also available. Facebook: Alternative Christmas Fair UBBC"
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Museum
Art After Hours: Halloween at Home: Museum House of Horrors
Gather candy snacks, don an art-inspired costume, and zoom in for a howling good time. Activities begin at 6:00 p.m. with a ghoulishly-inspired INSIGHT: Museum Conversations talk about the odd, creepy, or surprising objects in the museum's collection and storage facilities. Starting at 7:00 p.m., enjoy art games and show off your costume for a chance to win a prize. The Palmer's popular evening "Art After Hours" program for Penn State students moves to a remote format during the fall, with two live online events. Each of these programs will offer a variety of experiences, such as virtual talks, student-led discussion panels, art-related games, and creative making activities. Check the Palmer's website as more information and scheduling becomes available for each program. Link to join: https://psu.zoom.us/j/92172330290
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Art Show
Border Exchange | In-Person Exhibition
An installation in the HUB-Robeson Center Wall Case, Rosales-Silva's exhibition Border Exchange pairs two of the artist’s paintings with a site-responsive wall painting. Rosales-Silva’s work exists in the space between borders and between classification. A meditation on the ever-expanding histories of Brown peoples in the United States, his abstract works consider the vernacular cultures of the American Southwest, the western art historical canon, and the political and cultural connections and disparities between them. Spoken and written Eurocentric language, as a system of knowledge, has been historically weaponized against Brown communities. Rosales-Silva believes it is important to adapt to, invoke, and reimagine the weapons of colonization, utilizing art-making to reconnect with and create innovative methods of non-western communication untethered from written or spoken language. Border Exchange can be viewed 24/7 on the first floor of the HUB-Robeson Center.
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Art Show
CARE. not convenience. | In-Person and Online Exhibition
Jae Won Lee & Kelly Salchow MacArthur | August 24 - November 20 | HUB Gallery & Online | Plastic. It is convenient and pervasive, lifesaving and the root of suffering. It is so ingrained in our lives it is hard to imagine a world without it. This imagining lies at the heart of the exhibition CARE. not convenience. Created entirely with salvaged plastic, this collaboration between an artist, designer, and an environmental sciences researcher aspired to shed light on society’s dependence and careless overuse, as well as, thoughtless disposal of plastic. The primary material used for work creation was found and collected plastic bags. The extensive exploration of this petroleum-based material has led to methods of fusing sheets of plastic with heat, and making art forms with functional design capabilities (such as wearable art and hanging space dividers) and attention to minimizing waste in processes of production. Text written and selected by Lissy Goralnik. This exhibition was selected by a jury of Penn State faculty, staff, and students. HUB Gallery is open everyday from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. View the online exhibition on our website.
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Community Event
The Centre Region Model Investment Club
The Centre Region Model Investment Club (CRMIC) meets on the second Monday of each month (See Meeting Schedule ). The meetings are held at South Hills School of Business and Technology at 480 Waupelani Drive in State College, PA, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Free parking is available. For more information about CRMIC, you may contact a representative at cr20mic@aol.com or phone 814-234-8775.
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Class/Workshop, Computers/Technology, Education
Computer Skills for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
Mid-State Literacy Council is excited to offer a series of computer skills workshops for Grandparents raising their grandchildren. These workshops will help you to manage school-related emails and use school websites and apps to stay informed. The first in this series, Computer Basics, will take place online in Zoom on October 14th. Learn how to use your computer files and email. To sign up, contact Karen Loerch at kloerch@mid-stateliteracycouncil.org? or call 814-238-1809. We hope to see you then! JOIN ZOOM MEETING https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85642894287?pwd=MDNnWW5xMFhrZzVXaWU2NGIzdjVEUT09 MEETING ID: 856 4289 4287 PASSCODE: 146535 Workshop schedule: Wednesdays, 2:00pm - 3:00pm • October 14: Computer Basics - Learn how to use your computer files and email. • October 21: Beyond Computer Basics – Learn how to navigate websites, and create, save and organize your documents. • October 28: Phone Apps – Learn how to use apps and put apps on your phone for personal or school use. • November 4: Reading at Home with your Grandchildren – Get ideas to encourage your grandchild to read and write more. • November 11: Phone and Technology Scams – Learn about scams and how to avoid them.
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Children, Food/Tasting, For the Family
Cooking with Katie
Join Katie virtually for some family fun in the kitchen! Check our website for this month's tasty treat. Buy your ingredients ahead of time so you can cook along with the video premiere, or simply watch along with us for future culinary inspiration! Register online at schlowlibrary.org/events.
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Children
Elementary Explorers
Try a fun STEM-based activity with a Children’s Staff Member in this virtual program! Try it at home or just watch - the activity and supplies needed will be announced on the website event listing closer to the date. Recommended for grades 1-5. Register online at schlowlibrary.org/events.
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