Oops!
Start Date is not before End Date

Filter Events by


Registration is closed

Flight Simulator Instruction N0915TT

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Flight Simulator Skyward logo containing aircraft silhouette and idea lab logo
Robert Morgade Library
Conference Room 2

Welcome to the Robert Morgade Library's idea lab flight simulator. 

The purpose of the flight simulator is to: 

  • Introduce the world of STEAM through aviation to the area’s youth
    • Science - students will learn the physics of flight
    • Technology - students will use aircraft controls and avionics for navigation
    • Engineering - students will learn how to make airfoils and experiment with designs, then test them on the simulator
    • Art - students will learn Photoshop and apply artistic design to their personal aircraft
    • Math - students will engage in an economic system where they need to be aware of fuel costs and management
  • 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

MINIMUM AGE: 10

There is a free, in-depth instructional program for the flight simulator using Laminar Research's X-Plane 11 Professional flight simulator softwware. The minimum age for lessons is 10 but requires focus and concentration. It is designed to give students a good understanding of how to fly an airplane in a simulator. We go over the basics of flight, advanced maneuvers, and navigation. A student is given a solo test when the instructor feels he/she is ready. Typically this would take 6 to 8 1-hour lessons. 

But it doesn’t stop there. We have a rapidly growing community of flight simmers at the library. We hold a monthly Flight Club where we discuss various topics and occasionally have guest speakers. In 2017 members embarked on a journey around the United States. This year we began our journey around the world. We’re having a lot of fun. This is very educational, particularly in the STEAM areas, but it is for entertainment purposes only. A student still needs to attend a full flight school to get a real license. However, several of our students have gone on to full flight training and their time on the simulator has helped them tremendously.

View More
Registration is closed

Study Room 1 Available by Reservation

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Study Room 1

Do you need a private space to study or work independently? Study rooms are small enclosed spaces that provide patrons with a dedicated workspace. Offering privacy, access to power, and WIFI making it easy for patrons to bring their own technology or check out an inhouse use laptop for their computing and video conferencing needs. 

View More
Registration is closed

Study Room 2 Available by Reservation

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Study Room 2

Do you need a private space to study or work independently? Study rooms are small enclosed spaces that provide patrons with a dedicated workspace. Offering privacy, access to power, and WIFI making it easy for patrons to bring their own technology or check out an inhouse use laptop for their computing and video conferencing needs. 

Need equipment?  Find out more here: (insert link)? 

View More
Registration is closed

Story Time 0 - 3 yrs.

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Robert Morgade Library
Anderson Community Room
Martin County's children's librarians love to read, but they also love to sing and dance. According to Every Child Ready to Read @ Your Library, singing, talking, and playing are also important for developing early literacy skills.

Registration encouraged: When registering you please include every person who will be attending in your group, including adults.
View More
Registration is closed

Tech Time

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Morgade - Other Area

Stumped by your device? The Library offers 30-minute technology appointments to help you with tech-related questions you might have in a one-on-one environment. Please have a specific tech-related question, or a learning objective you'd like to accomplish. For more info, visit https://www.martin.fl.us/idea-lab-one-one-tech-help. 

View More
Registration is open

Study Room 1 Available by Reservation

12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Study Room 1

Do you need a private space to study or work independently? Study rooms are small enclosed spaces that provide patrons with a dedicated workspace. Offering privacy, access to power, and WIFI making it easy for patrons to bring their own technology or check out an inhouse use laptop for their computing and video conferencing needs. 

Need equipment?  Find out more here: (insert link)? 

View More
Registration is open

Study Room 2 Available by Reservation

12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Study Room 2

Do you need a private space to study or work independently? Study rooms are small enclosed spaces that provide patrons with a dedicated workspace. Offering privacy, access to power, and WIFI making it easy for patrons to bring their own technology or check out an inhouse use laptop for their computing and video conferencing needs. 

Need equipment?  Find out more here: (insert link)? 

View More
Registration is open

Virtual Tech Q&A

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
All Locations
Do I need an antivirus? How do I pair my smartwatch with my phone? Where can I research how to buy a computer? You have questions about technology; we love helping people find quality information! Have a question about your device? Register for our weekly "office hours" for a casual conversation on your pressing tech topics. 

Registration is required and a Zoom link will be included in your confirmation email. 
View More
Registration is closed

Flight Simulator Instruction N0915TT

4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Flight Simulator Skyward logo containing aircraft silhouette and idea lab logo
Robert Morgade Library
Conference Room 2

Welcome to the Robert Morgade Library's idea lab flight simulator. 

The purpose of the flight simulator is to: 

  • Introduce the world of STEAM through aviation to the area’s youth
    • Science - students will learn the physics of flight
    • Technology - students will use aircraft controls and avionics for navigation
    • Engineering - students will learn how to make airfoils and experiment with designs, then test them on the simulator
    • Art - students will learn Photoshop and apply artistic design to their personal aircraft
    • Math - students will engage in an economic system where they need to be aware of fuel costs and management
  • 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

MINIMUM AGE: 10

There is a free, in-depth instructional program for the flight simulator using Laminar Research's X-Plane 11 Professional flight simulator softwware. The minimum age for lessons is 10 but requires focus and concentration. It is designed to give students a good understanding of how to fly an airplane in a simulator. We go over the basics of flight, advanced maneuvers, and navigation. A student is given a solo test when the instructor feels he/she is ready. Typically this would take 6 to 8 1-hour lessons. 

But it doesn’t stop there. We have a rapidly growing community of flight simmers at the library. We hold a monthly Flight Club where we discuss various topics and occasionally have guest speakers. In 2017 members embarked on a journey around the United States. This year we began our journey around the world. We’re having a lot of fun. This is very educational, particularly in the STEAM areas, but it is for entertainment purposes only. A student still needs to attend a full flight school to get a real license. However, several of our students have gone on to full flight training and their time on the simulator has helped them tremendously.

View More
Registration is open

Creative Writing Club

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Anderson Community Room
Come stretch your creative writing muscles at this loosely structured twice-monthly meeting! Recommended for ages 10 to 17!

This event is sponsored by The Friends of the Martin County Library System, Inc. 

Registration encouraged: When registering you please include every person who will be attending in your group, including adults.
View More

CXLD: Citizenship Class

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Conference Room 1
Get help with the citizenship application and prepare for the citizenship test. 
View More
Registration is open

Study Room 1 Available by Reservation

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Study Room 1

Do you need a private space to study or work independently? Study rooms are small enclosed spaces that provide patrons with a dedicated workspace. Offering privacy, access to power, and WIFI making it easy for patrons to bring their own technology or check out an inhouse use laptop for their computing and video conferencing needs. 

View More
Registration is open

Study Room 2 Available by Reservation

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Study Room 2

Do you need a private space to study or work independently? Study rooms are small enclosed spaces that provide patrons with a dedicated workspace. Offering privacy, access to power, and WIFI making it easy for patrons to bring their own technology or check out an inhouse use laptop for their computing and video conferencing needs. 

Need equipment?  Find out more here: (insert link)? 

View More
Registration is closed

Flight Simulator Instruction

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Flight Simulator Skyward logo containing aircraft silhouette and idea lab logo
Robert Morgade Library
Conference Room 2

Welcome to the Robert Morgade Library's idea lab flight simulator. 

The purpose of the flight simulator is to: 

  • Introduce the world of STEAM through aviation to the area’s youth
    • Science - students will learn the physics of flight
    • Technology - students will use aircraft controls and avionics for navigation
    • Engineering - students will learn how to make airfoils and experiment with designs, then test them on the simulator
    • Art - students will learn Photoshop and apply artistic design to their personal aircraft
    • Math - students will engage in an economic system where they need to be aware of fuel costs and management
  • 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

MINIMUM AGE: 10

There is a free, in-depth instructional program for the flight simulator using Laminar Research's X-Plane 11 Professional flight simulator softwware. The minimum age for lessons is 10 but requires focus and concentration. It is designed to give students a good understanding of how to fly an airplane in a simulator. We go over the basics of flight, advanced maneuvers, and navigation. A student is given a solo test when the instructor feels he/she is ready. Typically this would take 6 to 8 1-hour lessons. 

But it doesn’t stop there. We have a rapidly growing community of flight simmers at the library. We hold a monthly Flight Club where we discuss various topics and occasionally have guest speakers. In 2017 members embarked on a journey around the United States. This year we began our journey around the world. We’re having a lot of fun. This is very educational, particularly in the STEAM areas, but it is for entertainment purposes only. A student still needs to attend a full flight school to get a real license. However, several of our students have gone on to full flight training and their time on the simulator has helped them tremendously.

View More
Registration is open

Study Room 1 Available by Reservation

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Study Room 1

Do you need a private space to study or work independently? Study rooms are small enclosed spaces that provide patrons with a dedicated workspace. Offering privacy, access to power, and WIFI making it easy for patrons to bring their own technology or check out an inhouse use laptop for their computing and video conferencing needs. 

View More
Registration is open

Study Room 2 Available by Reservation

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Study Room 2

Do you need a private space to study or work independently? Study rooms are small enclosed spaces that provide patrons with a dedicated workspace. Offering privacy, access to power, and WIFI making it easy for patrons to bring their own technology or check out an inhouse use laptop for their computing and video conferencing needs. 

Need equipment?  Find out more here: (insert link)? 

View More
Registration is open

Music & Motion

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Robert Morgade Library
Anderson Community Room
It’s a fact that children love music and movement. Join us for some musical activities that provide exercise, motor development and FUN!!! All ages welcome.

Registration encouraged: When registering please include every person who will be attending in your group, including adults.

View More
Registration is closed

Flight Simulator Instruction

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Flight Simulator Skyward logo containing aircraft silhouette and idea lab logo
Robert Morgade Library
Conference Room 2

Welcome to the Robert Morgade Library's idea lab flight simulator. 

The purpose of the flight simulator is to: 

  • Introduce the world of STEAM through aviation to the area’s youth
    • Science - students will learn the physics of flight
    • Technology - students will use aircraft controls and avionics for navigation
    • Engineering - students will learn how to make airfoils and experiment with designs, then test them on the simulator
    • Art - students will learn Photoshop and apply artistic design to their personal aircraft
    • Math - students will engage in an economic system where they need to be aware of fuel costs and management
  • 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

MINIMUM AGE: 10

There is a free, in-depth instructional program for the flight simulator using Laminar Research's X-Plane 11 Professional flight simulator softwware. The minimum age for lessons is 10 but requires focus and concentration. It is designed to give students a good understanding of how to fly an airplane in a simulator. We go over the basics of flight, advanced maneuvers, and navigation. A student is given a solo test when the instructor feels he/she is ready. Typically this would take 6 to 8 1-hour lessons. 

But it doesn’t stop there. We have a rapidly growing community of flight simmers at the library. We hold a monthly Flight Club where we discuss various topics and occasionally have guest speakers. In 2017 members embarked on a journey around the United States. This year we began our journey around the world. We’re having a lot of fun. This is very educational, particularly in the STEAM areas, but it is for entertainment purposes only. A student still needs to attend a full flight school to get a real license. However, several of our students have gone on to full flight training and their time on the simulator has helped them tremendously.

View More
Registration is closed

Flight Simulator Instruction

3:20 PM - 5:20 PM
Flight Simulator Skyward logo containing aircraft silhouette and idea lab logo
Robert Morgade Library
Conference Room 2

Welcome to the Robert Morgade Library's idea lab flight simulator. 

The purpose of the flight simulator is to: 

  • Introduce the world of STEAM through aviation to the area’s youth
    • Science - students will learn the physics of flight
    • Technology - students will use aircraft controls and avionics for navigation
    • Engineering - students will learn how to make airfoils and experiment with designs, then test them on the simulator
    • Art - students will learn Photoshop and apply artistic design to their personal aircraft
    • Math - students will engage in an economic system where they need to be aware of fuel costs and management
  • 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

MINIMUM AGE: 10

There is a free, in-depth instructional program for the flight simulator using Laminar Research's X-Plane 11 Professional flight simulator softwware. The minimum age for lessons is 10 but requires focus and concentration. It is designed to give students a good understanding of how to fly an airplane in a simulator. We go over the basics of flight, advanced maneuvers, and navigation. A student is given a solo test when the instructor feels he/she is ready. Typically this would take 6 to 8 1-hour lessons. 

But it doesn’t stop there. We have a rapidly growing community of flight simmers at the library. We hold a monthly Flight Club where we discuss various topics and occasionally have guest speakers. In 2017 members embarked on a journey around the United States. This year we began our journey around the world. We’re having a lot of fun. This is very educational, particularly in the STEAM areas, but it is for entertainment purposes only. A student still needs to attend a full flight school to get a real license. However, several of our students have gone on to full flight training and their time on the simulator has helped them tremendously.

View More
Registration is open

Study Room 1 Available by Reservation

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Study Room 1

Do you need a private space to study or work independently? Study rooms are small enclosed spaces that provide patrons with a dedicated workspace. Offering privacy, access to power, and WIFI making it easy for patrons to bring their own technology or check out an inhouse use laptop for their computing and video conferencing needs. 

View More
Registration is open

Study Room 2 Available by Reservation

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Study Room 2

Do you need a private space to study or work independently? Study rooms are small enclosed spaces that provide patrons with a dedicated workspace. Offering privacy, access to power, and WIFI making it easy for patrons to bring their own technology or check out an inhouse use laptop for their computing and video conferencing needs. 

Need equipment?  Find out more here: (insert link)? 

View More
Registration is open

Halloween Story Time & Parade

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Robert Morgade Library
Anderson Community Room
Martin County's children's librarians love to read, but they also love to sing and dance. According to Every Child Ready to Read @ Your Library, singing, talking, and playing are also important for developing early literacy skills.

Join us in costume for a special Halloween story time followed by a spooktacular Halloween parade!

Registration encouraged: When registering you please include every person who will be attending in your group, including adults.
View More
Registration is open

Intermediate English Class

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Language class
Robert Morgade Library
Conference Room 1
We're ready to help you improve your English!  This free class is for those who already have some basic knowledge of English. Registration required.
View More
Registration is open

Virtual D&D: Icewind Dale - Rime of the Frostmaiden

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
All Locations
Meeting every two weeks on Saturdays 1PM - 3PM.

Always been curious about Dungeons & Dragons? Or looking for a group to play with? Begin your new adventure virtually through the library! We will be playing the new adventure Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden.

Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden is a tale of dark terror that revisits the forlorn, flickering candlelight of civilization known as Ten-Towns and sheds light on the many bone-chilling locations that surround these frontier settlements.

This event is for teens ages 12-19. Creation of a Roll20 account is required. Registration is required. 

To sign up for Roll20 : https://app.roll20.net/account/create

This event is sponsored by The Friends of the Martin County Library System, Inc.

View More
Registration is open

Study Room 1 Available by Reservation

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Robert Morgade Library
Study Room 1

Do you need a private space to study or work independently? Study rooms are small enclosed spaces that provide patrons with a dedicated workspace. Offering privacy, access to power, and WIFI making it easy for patrons to bring their own technology or check out an inhouse use laptop for their computing and video conferencing needs. 

View More