Digital Storyboarding: Everyone Can Create | Cambrian Lib

Today: Digital Storyboarding: Everyone Can Create at Cambrian Library

Take the first step in telling your very own story! Children and teens ages 8 and up are invited to register for this fun, in-person digital storyboarding class at the Cambrian Branch Library.

Learn how to use digital storyboards to plan and make your own artistic works. Graphic novels, films, animations, and more are within your reach! All equipment provided.

To request an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act for library-sponsored events, please call 408-808-2000 or email Accessibility@sjlibrary.org at least three business days prior to the event. Free. Registration is required.
Audience: Kids, ages 5-10, pre-Teens, ages 10-12 Source

Python Basics | SJPL |Virtual

Today: Virtual Python Basics

Village Square Branch Library presents this virtual program for children in 4th-6th grades who want to understand and unlock the extensive world of programming in Python and do not have prior experience working with programming.

Volunteers will help students learn about the basic principles of Python programming, including variables, control structures, and conditional operators.

To request an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act for library-sponsored events, please call 408-808-2000 or email Accessibility@sjlibrary.org at least three business days prior to the event. Pre-program survey
Audience: Kids, ages 5-10,Pre-Teens, ages 10-12 Source

This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, we recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.

Coding with CS First – Game Design (Adv Level) | SJPL | Virtual

Today: Coding with CS First – Game Design (Advanced Level) – Virtual

CS First is a fun computer science program for elementary and middle school students.

Participants in the Game Design course will learn basic video game coding concepts by making different types of games, including racing, platform and launching. This class will be held in the Scratch programming environment – a free, block-based programming tool developed by MIT where learners “snap” together blocks of commands that the computer can carry out.

Students in 2nd-5th Grade (Ages 7-11) are welcome. This program is aimed at kids who have already completed a beginners level class in Scratch or already have equivalent experience in Scratch.

To request an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act for library-sponsored events, please call 408-808-2000 at least three business days prior to the event.
Audience: Kids, ages 5-10,Pre-Teens, ages 10-12 Source


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, we recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events, visit the SJPL website. Enter the date of the event in the Calendar or Coding with CS First – Game Design (Advanced Level) – Virtual in the Search Box.

Java Workshop for Kids | SJPL | Virtual

Today: Java Workshop for Kids (Virtual)

Java is a versatile, popular programming language used across a wide range of industries. The workshop helps in learning the basics of the Java programming language. The content goes through the fundamentals of Java by showing the students how to use classes, types/methods, and the standard Java classes. This workshop is suitable for children 10 to 13 years old. The course consists of 8 sessions. I

f you register, you will be enrolled in the entire 8-week long class. Please make every effort to attend every session. Before the class, please download: https://www.bluej.org/versions.html

To request an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act for library-sponsored events, please call 408-808-2000 at least three business days prior to the event.
Audience: Pre-Teens, ages 10-12 Source


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, we recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events, visit the SJPL website. Enter the date of the event in the Calendar or Java Workshop for Kids (Virtual) in the Search Box.

Coding with CS First – Game Design (Adv Level) | SJPL | Virtual

Today: Coding with CS First – Game Design (Advanced Level) – Virtual

CS First is a fun computer science program for elementary and middle school students.

Participants in the Game Design course will learn basic video game coding concepts by making different types of games, including racing, platform and launching. This class will be held in the Scratch programming environment – a free, block-based programming tool developed by MIT where learners “snap” together blocks of commands that the computer can carry out.

Students in 2nd-5th Grade (Ages 7-11) are welcome. This program is aimed at kids who have already completed a beginners level class in Scratch or already have equivalent experience in Scratch.

To request an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act for library-sponsored events, please call 408-808-2000 at least three business days prior to the event.
Audience: Kids, ages 5-10,Pre-Teens, ages 10-12 Source


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, we recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events, visit the SJPL website. Enter the date of the event in the Calendar or Coding with CS First – Game Design (Advanced Level) – Virtual in the Search Box.