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How can kids spend Spring Break in one of Texas' premier vacation destinations? With a robot, indoors! Tye Preston Memorial Library offers an action-packed week that also includes bead projects and painting glass.

No, they don’t have to find a book to read over Spring Break.

Tye Preston Memorial Library, 16311 South Access Rd., Canyon Lake, hosts several hands-on activities for students over Spring Break next week. All classes are from 1 to 3 p.m. except for Teen D&D. For more information, visit tpml.org, call 830-964-3744, or text 830-253-4942.

Saturday, March 7

Teen Dungeons and Dragons

For ages 13 to 17. Runs from 1 to 4:45 p.m.

Monday, March 9

Tween STEAM Sphero

Explore the world of robotics with Sphero. Program a robot then create obstacle courses for it to navigate and perform certain tasks. No experience necessary. For ages eight to 12. Registration is required.

Tuesday, March 10

Pop Culture Perler Beads

Create perler bead projects, large or small, with pop-culture themes. Come-and-go crafting for kids ages eight to 17. No registration required.

Wednesday, March 11

Glass Painting

Paint in the style of stained glass, for ages eight to 17. Materials are first-come, first-serve.

Thursday, March 12

Ozobots

Explore the world of robotics with Ozobots. Participants follow instructions to program the Ozobot Evo robot and create tracks for it to follow and perform certain tasks. No experience required, but registration is a must. For ages eight to 12.

Friday, March 13

Ozobots

Explore the world of robotics with Ozobots. Participants follow instructions to program the Ozobot Evo robot and create tracks for it to follow and perform certain tasks. No experience required, but registration is a must. For ages 13 to 17.

Saturday, March 14

Teen Dungeons and Dragons

For ages 13 to 17. Runs from 1 to 4:45 p.m.

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