Fall CreationStation events

All events are free of charge. 

First Fridays Crafting Hour

First Friday of each month
3:00 PM

Bring your current craft project and enjoy the company!

Touching Up Old Photos in Photoshop, Parts 1 and 2

Tuesdays, October 21 and 28
10:30 AM

Learn the basics of digtial photo touch up. 2-part class.
Registration required. To register, call 843-255-6486.

Cooking Club

Mondays, September 15, October 20 and November 17
5:00 PM

Join in with friends to learn how to prepare simple non-baking recipes in a snap.
Registration required. To register, call 843-255-6542.

Wednesdays, September 17, October 15 and November 19
6:00 PM

Share recipes, food and conversations. Prepare a dish or sample.
September: Polish Cuisines
October: Can It/Box It
November: Polynesian

3D Modeling and Design

Saturday, November 8
1:00 PM

Seen our 3D printers? Want to make your own designs? Learn how to use Blender, a 3D modeling program!
Registration required. To register, call 843-255-6487.

DIY Crafting for the Holidays

Wednesday, December 10
5:00 PM

Adults: You bring the sweaters, we’ll provide the ugly. Youth can make frames, jewelry or duct tape creations. 
Registration required. To register, call 843-255-6486.

Designing and Building Edible Gingerbread Houses

Saturday, December 20
12:00 PM

Design an edible gingerbread house. Supplies provided!
Registration required. To register, call 843-255-6486.

Teen Film Fest: Screening of County Teen Films

Monday, October 13 at St. Helena and Bluffton branches
6:00PM

See creativity at its finest with Beaufort County’s teen film makers. Event is free and open to the public.

Teen Film Fest Awards Ceremony

Saturday, October 18 – Location TBA
1:00 PM

Attend the ceremony for the Teen Film Fest winners.

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Google Code-in 2013: Contribute to open-source development

From Google:

Google Code-in (GCI) is a contest for pre-university students (e.g., high school and secondary school students) with the goal of encouraging young people to participate in open source. We work with open source organizations, each of whom will provide a list of tasks to be completed by student contestants. Tasks can be anything an organization needs help with, from bug fixes, to writing code, to user experience research, to writing documentation. The contest takes place entirely online.

You don’t have to be a coder to help. They’re also looking for students interested in documentation, training, outreach, and research.

Learn more at Google Code-in 2013