First Thursday: Retro Games to Relax Your Brain Thursday, June 6th at 7 PM in the Creekside Room
It’s old school game time! Candy Land, Chutes and Ladders, Monopoly, Twister, Clue, Taboo, Scattergories and, of course, Scrabble will all be available for stress relief before finals week arrives. Pizza and other snacks provided.
Late Night Study Hall
Monday 6/10- Wednesday 6/13; 9-11 PM
When Finals Week arrives, Late Night Study Halls are here to help. The Library stays open an extra two hours, from 9-11 PM, just for high school students who are studying for finals. Bring coffee, we will supply the candy, and all the stress of finals will magically disappear…
Teen Summer Reading Program: Jeopardy
June 10th-August 19th
Enter to win a Kindle Fire, iPod shuffle, and a host of other prizes this summer through the Library’s Jeopardy Summer Reading Program for teens. Every book read earns the participants a raffle ticket and an extra chance of being a winner at our August 19th drawing. Check back in June for more details and to register.
The Fault in Our Stars Book Club
Thursday, July 18th at 7 PM in the Creekside Room
Chosen by Time Magazine as the #1 book of 2012, John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars is a unique and moving story. Hazel and Augustus meet in a support group for teens with cancer and the result is…hilarious? It’s also heartbreaking, joyful and tragic in ways one must read the novel to understand. Comforting cookies provided. Check back to register.
First Thursday: Don’t Turn Around Book Club and Author Visit Thursday,
8/1/13 at 7 PM in the Creekside Room
What do two teenage hackers and a mysterious, incurable disease all have in common? Find out when we read Michelle Gagnon’s gripping novel, Don’t Turn Around. The evening will begin with a lively discussion of the book and conclude with a very special Q&A session with the author of Don’t Turn Around, Michelle Gagnon! Check back to register.
Literary Tea Party & Summer Reading Program Raffle Drawing Monday 8/19, 7 PM in the Outdoor Amphitheater
Send off the summer in style with a party in the outdoor amphitheater. Enter the costume contest by dressing as your favorite literary character (hint, Dobby will be there) or just show up to enjoy the fun. Food and drinks will be served and the Summer Reading Program prizes will be announced. Check back to register.
Creative Writing Workshops
Wednesday nights from 7-8:30 PM
Forget essays and homework; discover what it means to let creativity run wild and write for pleasure at these weekly creative writing workshops. These workshops offer students the opportunity to explore their writing skills in a relaxed, informal environment or just hang out and listen to what others have to say.
All events are open to high school students only