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PPLD Kids

Write a poem about your favorite piece of art . It could be a painting, a photograph, a sculpture, or even a dance or a movie!

Keep your eye out around town for inspiration, including projects made by local Concrete Couch.

Your poem should include not only some description of the art itself, but your thoughts about what you feel the art might mean or why it matters to you. Title your poem with the same title as the art you choose.

Eligibility
Open to all fourth and fifth graders in the Pikes Peak region. Meets Colorado Model Content Standards 1, 2, and 4 for Reading and Writing.

Prizes
Six winners of $50 each. Winners will also receive a book and a Kennedy Center Imagination Celebration poster

Entries may be mailed to:
The Jean Ciavonne Poetry Contest
c/o Nancy Maday
Pikes Peak Library District
PO Box 1579
Colorado Springs, CO 80901

Or, email entries to Nancy Maday at nmaday@ppld.org

Questions? Call (719) 531-6333, x2405.

Awards announced in mid-April as part of Young People’s Poetry Week.

Rules
1. One entry per student. Teachers are urged to review poems and submit no more than five per class.
2. Each poems must be the original work of the student.
3. Poems will be judged on originality, including poem title and adherence to the theme.
4. Submit two typed, double-spaced copies of each poem on 8.5” x 11” paper. No handwritten copies or illustrations accepted. Please include on a separate piece of paper: name, phone number, home address, school name and address, and teacher and principal’s name. Poems will not be returned. Please keep a copy.
5. Entries must be postmarked by Fri., March 9, 2018.

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The 25th Annual Betty Field Memorial Youth Writing Contest (2018) is open to all 6th through 12th grade students (public, private, and home schools) in El Paso County or areas served by the Pikes Peak Library District. The deadline for receipt of entries in the 2018 Contest is 5:00 p.m., Saturday, February 24, 2018.

The 2018 Awards and Recognition Program and Writers Workshop will be held Saturday, April 7, 2018 in the East Library Community Room, 5550 N. Union Blvd.

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Is math homework getting you down? Are finals freaking you out? Do you need to brush up before the ACT, SAT, GRE, or GED? Our experienced math tutors can help you improve your grades and take the stress out of math. Tutoring for all ages and levels.

keep calm and love math

No appointment necessary, just drop on in!

AfterMath won't take place during library or school holidays. If the school district closes because of snow or weather, AfterMath is cancelled.

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East Coding Club

Have you ever wondered what makes computer programs run? Ever wanted to make a fun program or learn how to make a game?

Learn the basics of how to code!

In this club, teens and tweens (ages 9-18 only) can learn to code at their own pace as we explore different programs and concepts. We'll begin with a lesson series that teaches the basics of javascript. This club is self-guided, so everyone can learn at their own pace.

Space is limited to the first 12 teens/tweens to show up, but registration is not required!

Join us for the East Coding Club (teens and tweens) in the East Library Computer Lab 2nd & 4th Fridays of each month from 4-5 p.m.

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Have you ever wondered what makes computer programs run? Ever wanted to make a fun program or learn how to make a game?

Learn the basics of how to code!

In this club, all ages can learn together to code at their own pace as we explore different programs and concepts. This club is self-guided, so everyone can learn at their own pace.

Join us on the 2nd Thursday of each month from 4-5 p.m. in MAKE at Library 21c.

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Homeschool Science @ East

Our Homeschool Science @ East programs are scheduled from 1 - 3 p.m. on the third Friday of every month. During this time our volunteers will have a special program for everyone to participate in. This is a family program so parents are expected to accompany their students. Lab equipment is available for you to use in the ERC (Educational Resource Center) during its normal open hours at East Library. Homeschool Science @ East is open to all ages, and no registration is required.

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