Play Minecraft with other children grades 1-6 and the guidance of a teen volunteer and children's librarian. Learn new tricks from each other and explore and build in a world together. This group is for children in grades 1 and up. Please register for just one session per month. If registration is full, please sign up on the wait list and we will schedule you soon!
Do you or someone in your house play Minecraft? Have you ever wondered whether any of those blocks exist in the real world? Get out of the house and explore some of the REAL rocks and minerals that appear in Minecraft at the Harvard Museum of Natural History. Pick up a gallery exploration card in the Earth & Planetary Sciences Gallery, read about the Minecraft minerals, and compare to actual samples on display. Come find gold without digging 32 layers down a digital mine!
“Can you teleport me?” “How do I fly?” “I need a sword!” “What are you building?” These exclamations are the sounds of a room full of kids playing Minecraftedu. Welcome to Minecraft Club! Every Thursday afternoon from 3:30-5pm, children ages 7-11 get together on our library’s laptops to play one of the world’s hottest and most creative video games. Both new and experienced players are invited to attend.
The library's MAGE, (Minecraft and Assorted Games for Everyone Club), is run by teens, for all ages who play well with others. The Club plays Minecraft, but also play other multiplayer interactive online games together.
Registration will take place on club days.
MAGE meets on Wednesday afternoons.
Bring your own laptop and have an active Minecraft membership.
Beginners and advance players welcome.