What’s Up?? … in the Young Adult Department this summer

Summer Reading Program

The Teen Summer Reading Program will be “Unmask!”. It will take place from Monday, June 1st to Friday, July 10th. Each participant will receive a Bingo card with library related activities. For every Bingo that is achieved, the participant will earn a prize (up to 5 prizes). If the Bingo card is completely blacked out, the participant will win the grand prize of one free movie pass!

On Saturday, July 11th there will be a party in the Roadrunner Room from 12 to 2 PM to celebrate the end of the program. There will be activities and free food for the teens to enjoy.

Teen Programs

Teen Game Night
Tuesdays from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
In the Craft Room
Game Guru exclusively every 1st and 3rd Tuesdays

Team Anime
First Thursday of Each Month
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
In the Craft Room
Watch anime and do a Japanese related activity

Teen Screening
Every Wednesday in June and July
1:00 to 3:00 PM
In the Roadrunner Room
Check with staff for movie titles

Teen Writer Workshop
Thursday, June 11th
1:00 to 2:00 PM
In the Craft Room
Join local YA writers Valerie Day-Sanchez and Casandra Munoz as they discuss their work and lead a creative writing lesson.

Game Design Workshop
Thursday, June 18th
1:00 to 2:00 PM
In the Computer Training Lab
Game Design and Animation Instructor Ian Snyder introduces teens to the video game industry and shows them how to make a simple game prototype.

Unmask! Jeopardy
Thursday, June 25th
1:00 to 2:00 PM
In the Craft Room
Play a game of super hero Jeopardy!

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4 thoughts on “What’s Up?? … in the Young Adult Department this summer

    1. Thanks! The theme was created by the Collaborative Summer Library Program. The Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) is a consortium of states working together to provide high-quality summer reading program materials for children, teens, and adults at the lowest cost possible for their public libraries.

  1. Yay, writer’s workshop! I’m not interested in the books they wrote, but rather their advice to me as an aspiring author.

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