Lake Country Orthodontics is proud to serve the Fort Worth community, and proud to help the smiles of families in this great community. The public library is always hosting fun activities for kids, adults, and the whole family! This week, there a lot of really cool and educational special events going on.
Things To Do At The Library
- “Let’s Save The Earth” is this Wednesday, April 25th at 1 p.m. at the Summerglen Branch. Learn about your own impact on the environment. This event is a special story time where kids can meet Max the little monster who learns to reduce, reuse and recycle. There will also be activities and games focusing on how the choices you make affect your environmental health. The program is presented by the staff of the Gibson D. Lewis Health Science Library at University of North Texas Health Science Center. It runs for approximately one hour and is recommended for ages 3–12.
- At the Northside Branch, this Wednesday at 4 p.m., is EV3 Robotics, focusing on the thrill of building a robot and bringing it to life. Following step-by-step instructions, kids and teenagers can create robots that use motors as well as color, gyro, ultrasonic and touch sensors to complete a variety of tasks. No previous experience necessary, but registration is required. It runs for 90 minutes and for ages 10-17.
- Girls Who Code was founded with a mission to close the gender gap in technology. The curriculum is designed for students with a wide range of computer science experience (from zero computer science experience all the way up to activities that introduce college-level concepts). The program is every Wednesday through April 25th at the eSkills Library and Job Center.
Learn more about Lake Country Orthodontics
Dr. Cabal is passionate about creating a better smile for each of his patients. To schedule a consultation at Lake Country Orthodontics, you can call our Ft. Worth, TX, office today at (817) 236-7846. We serve patients from White Settlement, North Fort Worth, Springtown, Rome, Haslet, Azle, Saginaw, and surrounding Texas communities.