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Library Hours

NEW HOURS BEGINNING APRIL 9th

Monday        10am - 8pm

Tuesday       10am - 8pm

Wednesday  10am - 8pm

Thursday      10am - 8pm

Friday           10am - 5pm

Saturday       10am - 5pm 


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THURSDAY June 29th 8pm PRIDE IN THE ROX

D A N C I N G, D R A G, and D R E S S -U P ! ! !  RSVP

Sto-Rox Library and Ryan Arts want to close out Pride month with a fabulous and free all-ages PRIDE event! 

VOGUE: We will have local voguers show you the 5 elements of this exciting dance. Then, we will have an audience vogue battle!

DRAG: Enjoy some lavish lip-syncs by incredible drag queens!

FASHION: Wear your most extravagant outfit-- we will be posting pictures on our media! 

DANCE: Dance the night away with us as we celebrate inclusion and love ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ 

This all-ages event is free to the community! Please come ready to pose, dance, cheer, and have some fun!  

**There will be a donation jar for performers**

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FREE  PROGRAMS EVERY SATURDAY

POP UP is a free workshop for every Saturday from noon -2pm for individuals and families to participate in. Each week this program changes one week it could be Slime Making, the next Fingerknitting, or puppet making, painting, drawing, coding, who knows what we will come up with. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED

WHAT'S NEW:

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AFRICAN AMERICAN CELEBRATIONS OF THE ARTS

We are excited to host 3 great programs to celebrate African American History Month. 

The winners of the United We Stand art show:

Kaceem Barnett  - 1st Place 

Krystal Sleasman - 2nd Place

Jenifer Davison - 3rd Place 

A very special "Thank You" to Mr. Willie Dawson, for curating this fantastic project. 

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Dana Ingham

Dana Ingham is a McKees Rocks artist that works with light and paper. His miniatures are a comment on contemporary society. Join us for an opening reception on April 26 from 6pm-9pm. RSVP to the opening and find out more about the show by clicking the link below

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SUMMER JOBS FOR TEENS

Learn and Earn is a summer job opportunity for youth ages 14-21. 

This program provides jobs from June 25 - August 4. Orientation is Week of June 18. More info below.

***Please mark FOR as your APPLICATION SITE (even if you are applying online).

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APPLICATION ACCEPTED MARCH 19 - MAY 4



TEEN PROGRAMS & MORE

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RyanArts offers a collection of enriching arts education courses.  Classes are offered on a quarterly basis, with each semester consisting of 9 weeks of classes followed by a student showcase on week 10.

TEEN PROGRAMS

APPLY HERE

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Studio StoRox Studio is an after school open studio where TEENS can come to learn about art practice, work alongside a practicing artist/mentor, learn new technologies in the arts field, or just have a safe quiet space to work on homework and independent projects. The open studios will steer students towards career goals and embrace craft whether its in the visual arts, performance,  or a practical skill. 

APPLY NOW

 

DIGITAL LITERACY PROGRAMS

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We offer FREE Teen & Adut  Coding Clubs as well as digital literacy workshops.  Teens are welcome to stop in and participate in our afterschool coding program. All levels welcome

WHAT WILL YOU DO? 

  • Java Script
  • HTML
  • APP & Game Design
  • Build your own website 

contact pspynda@forstorox.org for more info

 



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RyanArts is the new home of Gemini Children's Theater.  Gemini offers unique theater workshops, classes and camps for children. They also have an improv troupe for adults known as the Amish Monkeys. Performances are held in our very own Baverso Theater, which features seating for 100+ audience members including wheelchair accessible spaces. You can find out more about Gemini and all of their programs by visiting their website

Ryan Arts in collaboration with Pittonkatonk's Young Musician Collaborative have been bringing live music workshops to the Sto-Rox High School.  This is the 3rd of 5 planned workshops. Students are encouraged to ask questions and participate in an informal student led discussion and  performance/workshop.