Super Smash Bros. is a crossover video game series published by Nintendo with characters from multiple Nintendo franchises. The goal is to knock the opponent out of bounds to deplete their life bar.
It’s free and open to all ages, but you need to register!
Spring Break at the library March 11-19
- Every day: Negro Baseball League Museum’s Shades of Greatness art exhibit in the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery – all ages
- Every day: Youth Art Month Exhibit showing the Kansas K-12 student5 artwork in the library’s main hall, atrium and near the holds-pick up room.
- M-F from – 1-2pm – STEAM Power – Art meets Science for elementary and teens to explore the science of artmaking in a variety of hands-on projects like making rocket ships, MC Escher style art, hand model, metamorphosis and in paint on water.
- M-F from 3:15-4:15pm – School is out, but the Harvester’s snacks are being served in the Learning Center
- Mon, Mar 13 – 3- 5pm – Teen Art – Explore Art Styles with Jenn in the Edge teen room
- Tue, Thurs & Fri, Mar 14, 16,17 – 3-5pm – Game On! Board and video game the Edge teen room
- Wed, Mar 15, 3-5pm, Level 2 Tech Center – Sound Factory: teens explore the Level 2 Recording Studio and learn the art of producing music.
- Sat, Mar 18, 10-11am – 3D Printing Workshop in the L2 Tech Center – learn how to choose a 3D design, scale it and slice it using the Cura software, then print it using the 3D printer.
- Sat. Mar 18, 2-3pm – Harp Roundtable – learn about the harp from experts Jim Mosher, Rob Banks and Leah Nigus. You might even have a chance to play a harp!
- Sun, Mar 19, 1-5pm – Smash Bros Ultimate Tournament – Take part in this friendly competition in the Smash Bros Ultimate Tournament with Top City Smash! It’s free and open to all ages, but you need to register!
The library has much more than these events happening for Spring Break – go to https://events.tscpl.org/events to see the complete schedule.