Get to know the hardware, components, and basic programming concepts for Arduino Uno and Leonardo. Bring your own equipment, or borrow/purchase from Frederickswerken. To sign up and ask about equipment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part of the History Lecture Series in celebration of Stafford 350!
Stafford County: Early Industrial Giant
Stafford County was once a commercial giant! Jerrilynn Eby McGregor, local historian and author, highlights 250 years of industry in Stafford.
Brush up on your conversational French with a native French speaker! We will review verbs, grammar, and expressions.
Two years of high school French of equivalent required (but may be rusty). Please sign up at the England Run Research Desk.
Join volunteers from local maker/hacker group FredericsWerken to have some fun and explore electronics, Arduinos, robotics, and other creative projects. Bring your questions and your projects, or just stop in to see what we are up to!
Mystery writer Marion Moore Hill discusses her new novel, "Cook the Books." Hill writes the Scrappy Librarian Mysteries series about a tough librarian, Juanita Wills, who solves mysteries that threaten the peace in her small Oklahoma town. Cook the Books, the third title in the series, centers around the murder of a brash young man whose wife, Juanita's adult-literacy tutee, is wrongly accused in his death.
We read a wide variety of books. Join us for some lively discussion!
Feb 25 - “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” by Maya Angelou
March 25 - “The Silver Star” by Jeannette Walls
April 22 - “The Tiger’s Wife” by Tea Obreht
May 27 - “The Book Thief” by Marcus Zusak
June 24 - “And the Mountains Echoed” by Khaled Hosseini
July 22 - “Lost in Shangri La” by Mitchell Zuckoff