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STEM Squad is an after-school program for the 2017-2018 school year at the Louisville Public Library for students in 4th-8th grades. Over the course of a nine-week period, students will meet at the library for tech classes, work on projects at home, and display their work at the library and at area Louisville schools. This is a FREE course., but you must register to attend.

4th and 5th graders will meet on Tuesdays 4:30-5:30, starting August 29
6th and 7th graders will meet on Wednesdays 4:30-5:30, starting August 30
8th graders will meet on Thursdays 4:30-5:30, starting August 31

There's no obligation to attend every week. There are no grades!  Just free tech fun.

If you are interested, please register here.  If we can't accommodate you in the first group, there are three more sessions during the 2017-2018 school year.  If too many students register, we will fill available slots via lottery.

Session 1 August 29-October 26 You are now registered for Session 1!

Register for these sessions at LPL Calendar  Just go to the starting date to register:
Session 2 October 31-January 4
Session 3 January 9-March 15
Session 4 March 20-May 24

Please email Deborah Long, Adult & Teen Services Manager, with any questions at deborah.long@louisvillelibrary.org.

This project was supported in whole or in part by federal Institute of Museum and Library Services funds, granted through the State Library of Ohio. The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of IMLS or the State Library of Ohio, and no official endorsement by either agency should be inferred.


2018-07-25 B.L.O.B. Buys Warehouse

A local organization, the B.L.O.B. is slated to purchase a nearby warehouse on this date. Concerned citizens should read up on the details of their purchase.


2018-07-28 Gray Paint Out of Stock

Gray paint has gone missing all over the city. It's a bit of a mystery who is purchasing it. If you have any information, please contact your local library, the authorities, or a hardware store.


2018-07-29 Robot Appreciation Day

Robots really are fantastic. Have you hugged your friendly neighborhood robot today? If not, be sure to give him a squeeze and tell him how thankful you are for all the robotic goodness he brings to your daily life.


2018-08-05 Kids Report Boredom is on the Rise

Local children are reporting an increase in boredom. Authorities have solicited the help of the local library.

Any bored children should report to the library immediately for a full list of fun and exciting books to read and activities to do!


2018-08-15 B.L.O.B Opens Newest Chapter in Town

The internationally renowned organization known as B.L.O.B. has opened an office here in town. There's no immediate word as to their plans for our city.

When asked to comment, their representatives declined to be interviewed. They simply laughed a sinister laugh and hung up the phone. Stay tuned for more details.