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  1. Soldering BUS

    August 30, 2018, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    How to Solder: A Beginner's Guide Learning how to solder with proper soldering techniques is a fundamental skill every maker should master. In this tutorial we outline the basics of soldering irons, soldering stations, types of solder, desoldering and safety tips. Whether you're building a robot or working with Arduino, knowing how to solder will come in handy. Successful completion allows the patron to return to Square One during open shop hours to use this equipment. Participants must be 12 or older, bring a valid library card and ID, have a signed waiver on file, and wear close-toed shoes.

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  2. Friends of the Library Book Sale

    August 30, 2018, 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM @ Woodland Public Library

    The Friends of the Library book sales are held in the Basement Bookstore at the library.

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  3. Laser BUS

    August 30, 2018, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Woodland Public Library

    Learn how to safely use the 50W CO2 laser cutter in Square One! This two hour class will cover the basics of safe operation. Successful completion allows the patron to return to Square One during open shop hours to use this equipment. Participants must be 16 or older, bring a valid library card and ID, have a signed waiver on file, and wear close-toed shoes.

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  4. Science and Society Discussion Series

    August 30, 2018, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Woodland Public Library

    "Corn: Diversity and Origins" Dr. Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra will discuss the biology of transposable elements — bits of DNA that can replicate and move in a genome — with examples of some of the amazing things they do, from Barbara McClintock’s colored corn kernels, to pollution-adapting moths and the human immune system. The presentation will include recent work suggesting that the genome can best be thought of as an ecosystem in which transposable elements replicate, evolve, and even compete with each other for resources. Dr. Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, University of California Davis The Science & Society sessions provide opportunities for the public and those engaged in research and policymaking to share ideas and concerns. All are welcome to attend, and we encourage an open dialog on all the topics presented. For information: Contact science.library@cityofwoodland.org or call (530) 661-5980.

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