Sensory Storytime is designed to engage kids through movement, music, stories and sensory activity play, and is ideal for children with autism spectrum disorders, sensory integration challenges or children who have difficulty sitting still.
The Muse of Fire Project is much more than a very unusual after-school theater club at the library. The new season of short plays opens Friday, April 4.
The 4th Floor leadership team visited SparkFun Electronics in Bolder, Colorado to be hackers-in-residence this winter. Read about what they learned and what they brought back to the library to teach the community.
The Chattanooga Public Library is here to help you be your best. Check out a few suggestions on how your library can help you accomplish your goals for the new year.
We know some of you are getting into Arduino. We on the 4th Floor sure are. If Arduino hasn’t already gotten your attention, give us a chance to show you why so many people love it.
We've found a way to help our local teens and young adults stand out when the time comes for college and job applications.
The Request for Proposals at the Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund is now open. Come to the next Mozilla Work Night March 4 and connect to the local Gigabit Hive.
The title of Brian Resnick's 1,100 word article is "What the Library of the Future Will Look Like" then he promptly points to Chattanooga. And he nails it.