The exhibit How Did You Survive? opens today at the Northwest Reno Library. How Did You Survive? consists of panels displaying the stories of 50 Holocaust survivors, many of whom are Nevada residents. This exhibit will be on display through May 31, with a reception on April 9.
In conjunction with the exhibit, the Northwest Reno Library has planned several special events for a wide range of ages, including story times, film screenings, and virtual reality tours of the Anne Frank House. For more information about these events and more, please visit our calendar of events.
Larry performs extraordinary feats of magic using student volunteers in direct, hands-on learning applications, feats that will leave students agape in disbelief. As astounding as these tricks may be, the secrets behind them are often more incredible. A Pioneer Center Youth Programs presentation.
This Essential Computer Skills series focusing on the basics of the internet will run through the entire month of April. You'll learn basic search skills, and participants may receive a certificate upon successful completion.
We are thrilled to have County Manager Eric Brown as our special story time guest! This Family Story Time will take the place of our regular Toddler Time today. Children of all ages are welcome to attend. Registration is required.
This week we will be working with the sublimation printer and heat press. We'll provide you with a coffee mug, coaster, or metal bookmark (limit one item per person), and you can transfer a vivid, full-color design or photograph onto it. Bring an image file (.png or .jpg) on a flash drive or your phone, and leave with a vibrant, one-of-a-kind item.