What is Arduino? A cool and fun single board computer to learn electronics. Learn about Arduino and see it in action as Don Wilcher gives a hands-on demo of how to build an electronic 7-Segment LED Display Flasher. If you’ve ever wondered how electronics work, this is your opportunity. Don is the author of Learn Electronics with Arduino. He’ll introduce this DIY how-to book, and give an easy-to-digest taste of the world of electronics engineering. Read more about How to Do Things: Electronics with Arduino
Write Right Lunch & Learn: “Creating Compelling Characters”
Tuesday, October 9
12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.
Main Library, 915 Monroe Street
Second Floor Events Room
Presenters: Rhonda Nelson and Kimberly Lang
The best plot in the world will fall flat without characters your readers love (or love to hate). Learn to create realistic, three-dimensional characters readers will never forget.
USA Today bestselling author, Kimberly Lang is a former ballet dancer and English teacher. She is president of the Heart of Dixie chapter of Romance Writers of America and a founding member of the The Writing Playground, a website for aspiring authors. Her forthcoming 2012 title is Redemption of a Hollywood Starlet.
Two-time RITA nominee and Romantic Times Reviewers Choice nominee, Rhonda Nelson writes hot romantic comedy for Harlequin Blaze and other Harlequin imprints. Her latest collection of Blazing Bedtime Stories comes out in October.
Bring a sack lunch. Coffee and water will be provided. No registration required.
Chef Donovan Fandre shares the secrets to delectable dishes that also save energy. Chef Donovan starred in “The Microwave Master” series on PBS television and The Learning Channel, and has appeared on “Good Morning America,” “Regis and Kathie Lee,” Joan Lunden’s “Mother’s Day,” and other nationally televised shows. He is the author of numerous cookbooks, including Jump-Start Cooking, released in 2006. Read more about Energy-efficient Cooking with Chef Donovan Fandre
Travel back in time and see Huntsville as it was from 1902 through the 1950s with postcard views of Huntsville’s buildings, streets, and people. First introduced in 1902, postcards provide historic and unique views of times past and this presentation will feature a rich variety of views that are worth writing home about. Read more about Postcard Views of Huntsville