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A South African boy named Xan (Alexander Michaeletos) and his father (Campbell Scott) rescue an orphaned baby cheetah, which they name Duma, the Swahili word for cheetah.
Build your imagination while creating buildings, vehicles, or worlds of your own design! Third Friday of the month at Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch. Ages 5-18.
A place to drop in and try out:
*Sewing on a Babylock sewing machine
*Drawing on the ProWise whiteboard
*Experimenting with a Foldscope microscope... more
Calling all anime fans! Get together with other teens to watch anime and share your favorites. Snacks will be provided and all teens are welcome.
Play a favorite classic like Uno or Yahtzee, or try something newer, like Blank Slate, Block Head, and others! Bring friends and play together, or come alone and meet other gamers.
Come challenge your friends to a game on the Wii U, to a board game, a card game or whatever! All teens are welcome, and refreshments will be provided.
In August we show films on the theme A Universe of Stories as part of our Summer Reading Program.
Drop-in and learn how to set up email, use the internet, and more, in a welcoming and supportive environment!