Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Episode 55: Luisa Earle explains the fascinating world of costuming














Luisa has gone from sewing American Girl doll clothes as a little girl to sewing for theater productions and ComiCon appearances.

Luisa's professional Facebook page

Come to Luisa's costuming presentation in the Merry Meeting Room at the Duxbury Free Library on Wed., Sept. 9, at 4 p.m.

Worbla thermoplastic material
Boston ComiCon
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Saturday, August 1, 2015

Episode 54: New Adult Program Ideas


The Duxbury Free Library wants to meet patrons where they're at in terms of interests, social needs, relaxation and sharpening of mind and wit.
Mike & Ted podcast
Coloring program for adults

3D Printing on Saturdays - monthly
Monthly Adult board game nights

Monday, June 8, 2015

Episode 52: Maddy Farquharson shares her tip on learning a new language



After two years studying at NYU Shanghai, Maddy recounts how she has learned to think in another language by using a favorite book as a entry point of vocabulary and cross cultural insight.
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Friday, May 1, 2015

Episode 51: Radiofaces regroups and doubles down.


The Radiofaces teen podcasting club has chosen to interview favorite teachers and other interesting adults to find out what makes them tick. Asking deep question such as: "Have you had a defining episode in your life?" "When did you come to realize that you were now an adult?" "When did you face your own mortality?"

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Episode 50 - Getting started with 3D printing at the library



Ellen and Jessica unpack the Cube 2 printers.
 This winter the Duxbury Free Library received two student tabletop Cube 2 3D printers from a grant sponsored by the American Library Association and 3D Systems Corporation.

In addition, we had budgeted to purchase a high-grade Ultimaker 2 printer.

All three printers are now used daily in conjunction with TinkerCad and AutoDesk Inventor programs.

TinkerCad is great for beginners and Inventor is for serious programmer who want to dig deep into the architecture of designing for the 3D printer.
Glenn works with Lynda.com to learn AutoDesk Inventor.

Tinkering Tuesdays we are busy with the Cube 2s and on Saturday mornings in mid-May, we will begin a series of programs to introduce adults and teens to the world of 3D printing.



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TinkerCad : a free online 3D printing design resource.

AutoDesk Inventor : the real McCoy learning tool for  CAD 3D designing.
Ultimaker 2 is the highest rated consumer grade printer on the market.
Lauren builds piece of jewelry with the Cube 2.