This Week @ Your Library

Check out the awesome events we have planned for teens all around the city this week.  You can always check the calendar on our website for more details.

Monday, August 13, 2012

3:00 pm
DIY: Jewelry/Assemblages @ Columbia
Bolt necklaces, washer bracelets and heavy metal belt buckles. Make your own bling out of things you can buy at the hardware store! Supplies provided by the Library. For ages 12+.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

2:00 pm

Ker-splat!

Angry Birds @ South Park
Those terrible pigs are upsetting our birds! Come to the Library to create your very own evil pig and angry bird. We’ll have the materials; you bring your creativity, building and aiming skills. For ages 12-18.

 

 Mini-Felt Creatures @ Lake City
Hand stitch creepy creatures. All you have to do is show up and put them together! All materials supplied. For ages 12-18. Registration is required.

4:00 pm
Game On! @ Northgate
Get your game on at the Library with board games, Kinect, Wii sports, Mario Kart and Donkey Kong!

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

2:00 pm

Comics & Characters

Comics and Characters @ Magnolia
Calling all artists! A professional cartoonist shares secrets and strategies to help you create a character and complete a short comic. Prior drawing experience is not necessary. For ages 10-16.

 

 3:00 pm
Game On! @ Capitol Hill
Come to the Library for board games, Kinect, Wii play and Mario Kart! Move with the music, hit a home run, cheer on other gamers, and meet other teens. Whether you are a gaming expert or a newbie, here is your chance to get some game time.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Game On!

 

2:00 pm
Game On! @ Beacon Hill
Come to the Library for board games, Kinect, Wii play and Mario Kart!

 

3:30 pm
Comics and Characters @ High Point
Calling all artists! A professional cartoonist shares secrets and strategies to help you create a character and complete a short comic. Prior drawing experience is not necessary. For ages 10-16.

6:00 pm
Film Screening: ASL Movie Night presents ‘The Hammer’ @ Central
Join us for a screening of “The Hammer,” accompanied by closed-captions and containing American Sign Language.

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