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The purpose of the Martin County Library System’s Flight Simulator, located at the Robert Morgade Library’s idea lab, is to:
- Introduce the world of STEM through aviation to the area’s youth
- Allow those interested the opportunity to experience flight before taking on the financial responsibility of actual flight lessons.
- Provide those who cannot obtain a pilot’s certificate the opportunity to learn to fly.
- Provide pilots the resource to practice flights prior to actually beginning their journeys.
Bring the whole family and enjoy good books, music, and musical instruments. Designed for ages 0-5 but includes fun for all ages.
This program is designed to teach children aged 0-5 years through music, actions, and the use of musical toys. Participants will use shakers, rhythm sticks, the parachute, and other manipulatives to learn vocabulary, patterns, and to follow directions.
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse was actively manned for more than a century. The keepers came from near and far: from local pioneers to career lighthouse keepers to Coast Guard personnel who served around the world. Historian Josh Liller will share stories from the lives of Jupiter’s nearly 200 lighthouse keepers.
Learn to tap into your deepest thoughts and dreams and connect to your life through writing. Designed for anyone wanting to dig deeper into the essence of who they are through conscience writing. Break out of your comfort zone and get inspired this month with our Presenter Mary Williams.
The Tech Forum at the Hoke Library introduces you to various mobile technologies. This includes all types of smart phones, tablets, e-readers and new mobile tech devices. We invite you to bring your devices and questions.
This month we will review the basics of iPad devices.