Saturday, March 16th 2019
Young cryptographers will learn about simple codes and ciphers. They will practice solving some classic ciphers and codes and then encode and encipher their own secret messages.
AGES 10+ Free. Registration required. Deadline to register is noon on March 14th. For last minute registration, call 717-665-6700 to check availability.
Parents are welcome to bring siblings upstairs to the Library during the program. Our children’s area has toys, games, puzzles, and, of course, a wide selection of books for younger children.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Scott Baylor has been teaching high school chemistry since 1987 and forensic chemistry since 2003. He earned a BS of Secondary Ed from Bloomsburg University, an MSEd, specializing in learning styles and teaching strategies, from Wilkes University and a crime scene investigation certificate from Kaplan University. He is also an adjunct professor at LVC for the MS STEM Education program.
Full STEAM Ahead series: Join us for monthly science, technology, engineering, art, and math explorations just for teens (ages 13+). Each month we will explore a different topic. Snacks provided.
Sponsored in part through a grant from The Williams Companies, Inc.
September 15 – Stream Study (with Lancaster Parks and Recreation)
October 20 – Stop Motion Animation (with Snapology)
November 17 – Coding without Computers (with Snapology) 12:00-3:00
December 15 – Library Design Challenge (with Snapology)
January 19 – Stop Motion Animation (with Snapology)
February 16 – CSI-Manheim
March 16 – Cryptography
April 20 – Food Lab
May 18 – Making Holograms and Projectors with a Smartphone
June 15 – Open House