Here are some options for the photos. They are too big to send via email so we are sending this link for you to take a look. We will bring them on a thumb drive to give to Amanda. The software we used for these scans puts them in a square format. The originals are not square, so, for example, the one with the little boy in headphones will show more of him. Obviously, the last two will need to be rotated as well, but this software is not wanting to do that – easy fix in other software.
Come to this summer camp where you will learn coding concepts and make your own computer game. There will be two sessions held Monday-Thursday, June 19-22. The Asotin Camp is from 10am to noon. The Downtown Clarkston Library camp is from 1:30-3:30pm. Ages 10 and up. Pre-registration required. Sign up by calling 758-5454 or filling out the form below.
Join us for discussion of Dancing Naked in the Mind Field by Kary Mullis on Thursday, July 27, 7pm.
Here is a multidimensional playland of ideas from the world’s most eccentric Nobel-Prize winning scientist. He is also a surfer, a veteran of Berkeley in the sixties, and perhaps the only Nobel Laureate to describe a possible encounter with aliens. A scientist of boundless curiosity, he refuses to accept any proposition based on secondhand or hearsay evidence, and always looks for the “money trail” when scientists make announcements.
Ask-WA is a cooperative of more than 60 libraries throughout Washington State, both public and academic, providing online reference services through chat, email, and instant messaging (IM) technologies. This statewide network is tied in to a global network through QuestionPoint, providing access to 24/7 online reference services for every participating library.