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Role-Playing Games Night Wednesday

BEDFORD — A new Role-Playing Games Club (RPGC) Game Night will be held at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Off Pitt Street Theater, inside Locality Gallery at 110 W. Pitt St., Suite 2, downtown Bedford.

Chris Bonello is the coordinator.

This club is recommended for people ages 13 and older. There is no age limit, and anyone with an active imagination and an open Wednesday evening is welcome to attend.

Regular attendance is encouraged but not required. Drop-ins and guests are welcome.

This weekly club is free (donations are appreciated).

Library starts Girls Who Code Club

CLAYSBURG — The Claysburg Area Public Library is starting a Girls Who Code Club.

Girls Who Code is a free afterschool club that works with facilitators to learn and/or improve their coding skills.

The club will introduce girls in grades six through 12 to women who are currently making a difference by coding.

The members will create their own website through teamwork with other members.

The club will meet from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Jan. 29 at the Claysburg Library. It will continue on Tuesday evenings for 10 weeks.

All who are interested may call 239-2782 to learn more or to register.

The library would like to thank the following organizations that have donated to the library:

n The Lions Sight Conservation Foundation of Blair County recently gave a generous donation of $3,000 to the library. These funds were donated with the intent that the funds help the visually impaired. The library is ordering new audio books and large-print books for the visually impaired. The library serves a diverse group of patrons with varied needs, accommodating their needs in many different ways through print and non-print resources.

n Sheetz donated three computer terminals to the library.

The Blair Drug and Alcohol Partnership will hold the program “Power of Parents and Parents 360 Rx” at 10 a.m. Jan. 21. This program provides important information for parents on how to keep their children away from prescription drugs and alcohol.

Lego Club continues to meet at 6 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month. Building Legos teaches engineering skills.