Teens can learn about music and video production, graphic design and more at New Orleans Library | Entertainment/Life

The New Orleans Public Library’s Best Buy Teen Tech Center will host a virtual open house at 4 pm Wednesday, Feb. 16 on Twitch. Attendees will meet the center’s staff while engaging in games like Among Us, Minecraft, and Roblox, and exploring what tech is available to Teen Tech Center members. Register at nolalibrary.org/events.

The Best Buy Teen Tech Center is an interest-based learning environment for teens to experiment and master various new technologies with help from their peers and adult mentors. They can then share their work with other teens across the globe through The Clubhouse Network.

The center is located on the Main Library’s second floor and is equipped with technology and multimedia tools that can be used for music and video production, interactive programming, graphic design, and more.

The center is designed to be a safe, comfortable, and engaging space for teens. Membership is limited to youth ages 13 — 18. Members must complete an application and get signed permission from a parent or legal guardian in order to participate.

Visit bbttc.nolalibrary.org for more information and to submit an application.

WHO DUN IT?: Mystery-lover Shelby Goddard will host the New Orleans Public Library’s monthly Who Dun It? Book Club from 4 pm to 5:30 pm Feb. 17 on Zoom.

February’s title is Chris Bohjalian’s “The Flight Attendant,” the murder-mystery sensation that was recently adapted into an HBO series of the same name, staring Kaley Couco.

The group will meet again on March 17 to discuss “The Last Mrs. Parrish” by Liv Constantine, a twist-filled thriller that follows the envious Amber Patterson as she befriends Daphne, a beautiful and kind socialite, in an attempt to become what she wants to be most: Daphne.

For details email sgoddard@nolalibrary.org or visit nolalibrary.org/events. New members are always welcome.

“Drive Your Plow Over The Bones of the Dead,” and “The Last Mrs. Parrish” are available through the library in print, e-book, and audiobook form. Reserve a copy at catalog.nolalibrary.org or by downloading the NOLALibrary app.

GETTING CRAFTY: Share your skills and techniques and learn from others while working on your own yarn and thread arts projects at the Library’s Yarn Arts Craft Circle at 2 pm Monday, Feb. 21. The crafting circle meets every first and third Monday of the month and is sponsored by the Friends of the New Orleans Public Library.

Looking for inspiration for your next crafting project? A New Orleans Public Library card unlocks free access to Creativebug’s hundreds of art and craft video tutorials, taught by recognized design experts and artists, for free. Visit nolalibrary.org/e-resources to get started and to explore all the great electronic and digital products and services the library offers for free.

Jane LeGros is the director of marketing and communications for the New Orleans Public Library.

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