Weekend shows at the hum
On Friday at 7 p.m., the hum will invite Lily of the Valley, No Choppin’ Out and Will Elliot for Lilypalooza, a celebration of local youth skill in Catawba County. The occasion is totally free for 18 and more youthful. Adult tickets are on sale online or will be readily available at the gate.On Saturday, the hum will host REV ON– The Foreigner Experience featuring String Theory, a Beatles tribute band, at 7 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are on sale online or will be available at the gate. Kids under 12 get in complimentary. Big Byrd’s Smokehouse Food Truck likewise will be on site.The hum is
at 227 2nd Ave. SW, one block from the Hickory Police Department and a short walking range from Union Square in downtown Hickory. For tickets to the shows visit thehum.live.1950 s Movie Series at the Patrick Beaver Memorial Library
Film trainer Matt Williams will host a three-week-long movie series revealing 3 movies made in the 1950s. The movies will be shown on Fridays, June 24, July 1 and July 8, all starting at 1 p.m. Williams will evaluate the films and host a conversation afterward. This program is for any ages.
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“Marty” will be screened on June 24, “Rebel Without a Cause” will be on July 1 and “The Searchers” will be on July 8.
Dissect a squid with the Catawba Science CenterIf you are curious and possibly even brave, and you wish to comprehend this interesting invertebrate, join the library and explore the within a squid in this hands-on dissection program led by staff from the Catawba Science Center. This program is not recommended for the squeamish.Youths will be partnered to work on the dissection together as they take a look at the internal structures, identify organs, and study their function. This program is advised for youths age 10 and up. All products are provided.Registration is required. You can sign up on the events page of the city of Hickory website. The program has two time slots, 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday.Octopus robots at the library Find out to code with Ozobot robots, camouflaged as octopus, at the Patrick
Beaver Memorial Library on Monday at 6 p.m. This program will teach the essentials of Ozobot coding, using color-based commands as the octopus will emulate techniques to evade predators in the ocean. Those strategies include shooting ink, using camouflage and moving quickly to surprise enemies.This program is advised for ages 7 and up. Participants will operate in pairs. Registration opens two weeks before the event. Register at the library website.For details on these library programs, call 828-304-0500. The Patrick Beaver Memorial Library is at 375 Third Street NE on the SALT Block.
All library programs are totally free and open up to the public.Teen night at Highland Leisure CenterThe Hickory Parks, Recreation and Sports Tourist Department will host Teen Night After Hours at the Highland Leisure Center on the following Fridays: July 1, July 15, July 29 and August 12. The program is from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. and is developed to provide teenagers ages 13 to 16 a fun-filled Friday night of activities in a safe environment after the entertainment center is closed to the general public. This interesting program will consist of games, a field trip, a motion picture night and a glow-in-the-dark night. The cost per night is$ 5 per participant.Registration for Teenager Night After Hours is readily available at hickory.activityreg.com and is limited to 20 individuals.( Individuals can register approximately 2 days prior to the program start date.)Contact Molly Hampton at 828-328-3997 or [email protected] for information. Sign up for our Daily Headings newsletter.