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The Wilton Library Robotics Team, Singularity Technology, has planned a fun, educational challenge for students in grades 4 to 8.

Use your creativity and engineering ingenuity to create a Paper Plane from ordinary materials you can find around your house.

Submit a 1-3 minute video of your creation in flight along with an explanation of the materials you used to singultech@gmail.com. The Team will view your videos and announce the top three planes based on design, function, and creativity.

Submissions must be received by February 7. Have fun and learn something new all at the same time!

Sign up required. If you've registered once, there's no need to register for every other day.

The Wilton Library Robotics Team, Singularity Technology, has planned a fun, educational challenge for students in grades 4 to 8.

Use your creativity and engineering ingenuity to create a Paper Plane from ordinary materials you can find around your house.

Submit a 1-3 minute video of your creation in flight along with an explanation of the materials you used to singultech@gmail.com. The Team will view your videos and announce the top three planes based on design, function, and creativity.

Submissions must be received by February 7. Have fun and learn something new all at the same time!

Sign up required. If you've registered once, there's no need to register for every other day.

Calling all kids aged 11- 14 years for a fun-filled and educational session of Python! - Nope not that deadly snake but a programming language that drives all cool computer programs at companies like Google and Facebook. Learning to code in Python is like learning the rules of grammar for a spoken language. This class is for kids with no prior programming experience. 

Samik's bio: My name is Samik Wangneo and I am a sophomore at Wilton High School. I am an Honor student currently taking AP Computer Science and have been coding for 5 years. I co-founded a non-profit organization, School of Code, with the mission of teaching coding and getting students interested in computer science. I play the piano and am a ranked junior tennis player. I am also a member of the Robotics club at my school.

Classes will be via Zoom hosted by Wilton Library every Saturday @11 am - 12 pm starting January 23 and will run for 5 weeks. Registration is on a first come first serve basis - once signed up for the first session you are signed up for all sessions. Zoom links are sent out shortly before the start of the program. Questions? Email aszabo@wiltonlibrary.org

Four historic libraries in Fairfield County will battle over the chessboard on 1/23/2021! The Wilton, Ridgefield, South Norwalk and Mark Twain libraries will all compete with a championship as their objective. Students from these libraries have been practicing relentlessly with professional chess coaches. The matches will be played through Chess.com. The winner of this tournament will receive a chess trophy so that it can be displayed in their library. If you are interested in representing Wilton Library in this tournament, email aszabo@wiltonlibrary.org.

The Wilton Library Robotics Team, Singularity Technology, has planned a fun, educational challenge for students in grades 4 to 8.

Use your creativity and engineering ingenuity to create a Paper Plane from ordinary materials you can find around your house.

Submit a 1-3 minute video of your creation in flight along with an explanation of the materials you used to singultech@gmail.com. The Team will view your videos and announce the top three planes based on design, function, and creativity.

Submissions must be received by February 7. Have fun and learn something new all at the same time!

Sign up required. If you've registered once, there's no need to register for every other day.

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