Tag Archives: Teens

Girls Who Code

Do you know a girl in grades 6-12 who is interested in coding? Then we have a club for her! The Robbins Library will be hosting a Girls Who Code Club that will run Wednesdays, except for vacation weeks, from October … Continue reading

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Girls Who Code – Open House 9/28

Robbins Library is launching a Girls Who Code club this fall and will be hosting a Girls Who Code Open House and lottery on Wednesday, September 28 from 7-8:30 p.m. in the Robbins Library Community Room. The program will run … Continue reading

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Calling all coders!

The Robbins Library is launching a Girls Who Code club this fall, and we’re still looking for volunteer instructors! Girls Who Code is a national non-profit that seeks to encourage girls to enter technology professions. Our local club will meet weekly … Continue reading

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Looking for a few good coders

The Robbins Library is planning to launch a Girls Who Code club this fall, and we’re looking for volunteer instructors! Girls Who Code is a national non-profit that seeks to encourage girls to enter technology professions. You can read more … Continue reading

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AP U.S. History Class Brings Local History to Public – in a Library exhibit

CapitolTheatreMinutemanBikePath LittleRailroad Robbins’Farm ParkFirstParishChurchSpyPond RobbinsLibraryPrinceHallCemetery MenotomyRocksParkArlingtonHigh RobbinsLibraryWaterTower If you are fascinated by history – or even if you think it’s dull, dry, and boring – come to Robbins  this summer.  You’ll discover a blockbuster exhibit sure to knock your socks … Continue reading

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