Our Library Associate, Nouara Oubraham, will show you how to make a loop scarf this Wednesday on Nov. 14 from 1-3 PM in the Makerspace. Materials will be provided and so will the treats. Click the flyer below for more information!
On Thursday, Nov. 8, from 2-4 PM, the Makerspace will have a Diwali celebration. Come on by and have a henna design on your hands and/or arms and decorate a diya! There will be traditional Indian treats served. See you there and happy Diwali!
Have you ever wanted to write the next great American novel but not sure how to go about it? Do you have ideas, stories, and characters swirling in your head and you really want to jot it down? And perhaps one day it becomes a best selling novel?
November marks the start of National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo. In conjunction with the Writing Center (located in J204 at Jersey City and N703-A at North Hudson) weekly write-ins and novel discussions will be held in the Gabert Library Makerspace on Fridays from 12 to 2 PM. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend the sessions.
Click below for more information. Visit the official NaNoWriMo website at NaNoWriMo.org
What does New Jersey, Mexico, and skateboarding have in common?
To be honest, I myself don’t even know! But Prof. Kathleen Smith-Wenning does. On Nov. 7 at 2 PM in the Gabert Library Makerspace, she will be explaining what the history and connection is between these three things. If you’re a skateboarder, a New Jerseyan, a Mexican, or all three at the same time, or just curious like I am, stop on by next week!
Click the flyer below. See you there!
P.S. Bringing your skateboard is COMPLETELY optional!
Ever wanted to learn how to make paper cranes and snowflakes? Or, like me, you’ve forgotten how to and want to relearn those motor skills again!
Prof. Lisa Bellen-Boyer will be hosting an origami (from Japanese ori meaning “folding” and kami meaning “paper”) workshop on Friday, Oct. 26, and Thursday, Dec. 6. On Friday, we will be learning how to fold origami cranes among other things. On Dec. 6, we will be making paper snowflakes in both simple and elaborate ways.
Click the flyer below for more information. See you there and happy folding!