Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Upcoming Teen Programs

The month of June is already flying by, but there are still lots of great programs coming up just for teens! All teens entering 7th grade and up in the fall are invited to these programs. Bring your friends! Some of the programs require registration.

To register:
Online: Go to http://calendar.webrary.org

By phone: Call 847-929-5101

In person: Stop by the Reference Services Desk or Youth Services Desk

Teen Book Scavenger Hunt
June 14-July 3rd
Pick up a colored list of questions about YA books in the Teen Zone, fill out your answers, and turn it in by 5 pm, July 3. If you get at least 7 out of 10 questions right, you'll win a prize! Everyone can count the Teen Book Scavenger Hunt for the Summer Library Challenge.

Teen Drawing/Writing Club
Wed. June 16th, 5-6 pm
Do you like to write or draw? Come to the library for an informal club meeting where you can share ideas and tips, or just talk to other writers or artists.

Film: The Blind Side
Thurs., June 17th, 2 pm or 7 pm

Create Your Own Comic Book
Sat., June 19th, 2 pm
Learn from real comic book artists and writers about how to make and self publish a comic book!

Teen Tech Workshop: Online Music
Wed. June 23rd, 7-8 pm
Want to know where you can listen to your favorite summer songs online? Learn which free, legal websites are the best for streaming music on the Internet. Registration is limited to six and open NOW.

Gettin' Saucy Teen Cooking Class
Wed. June 30th, 6-7 pm
Learn to prepare delicious food! Supplies and instructions provided. Registration required. Teens only. Registration is limited to 8 and opens June 16th!

CSI Effect: Crime Scene Processing
Wed., June 30th, 7-8 pm
Ever wonder how much of what you see on television is true? Mystery authors and police officers Lieutenant Dave Case and Sergeant Michael Black have seen their share of actual crime scenes. In this exciting interactive program, they will give you the inside scoop on what a crime scene actually looks and smells like, as well as the step-by-step process of what really happens when a crime is discovered.

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