Teens

Idle Hands Craft Club

Sep 29 2015 6:00 pm
Sep 29 2015 7:00 pm

crochet

Tuesdays, Sept. 29th

@ 6:00 PM

Handmade gifts are appreciated by everyone, especially at Christmas time. Learn a retro hobby that will impress all! This month we will demonstrate the basics of crochet. Registration and a $5 fee is required.

Idle Hands Craft Club

Sep 22 2015 6:00 pm
Sep 22 2015 7:00 pm

crochet

Tuesdays, Sept. 22nd & 29th

@ 6:00 PM

Handmade gifts are appreciated by everyone, especially at Christmas time. Learn a retro hobby that will impress all! This month we will demonstrate the basics of crochet. Registration and a $5 fee is required.

Idle Hands Craft Club

Sep 15 2015 6:00 pm

crochet

Tuesdays, Sept. 15th, 22nd & 29th

@ 6:00 PM

Handmade gifts are appreciated by everyone, especially at Christmas time. Learn a retro hobby that will impress all! This month we will demonstrate the basics of crochet. Registration and a $5 fee is required.

Idle Hands Craft Club

Sep 8 2015 6:00 pm

 

crochetTuesdays, Sept. 8th, 15th, 22nd

& 29th

@ 6:00 PM

Handmade gifts are appreciated by everyone, especially at Christmas time. Learn a retro hobby that will impress all! This month we will demonstrate the basics of crochet. Registration and a $5 fee is required.

 

 

Idle Hands Craft Club

Sep 1 2015 6:00 pm

crocheting

Tuesdays, Sept. 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th

@ 6:00 PM

Handmade gifts are appreciated by everyone, especially at Christmas time. Learn a retro hobby that will impress all! This month we will demonstrate the basics of crochet. Registration and a $5 fee is required.

 

 

 

Primp Your Planner: A Teen Event

Aug 15 2015 2:00 pm
Aug 15 2015 3:00 pm

planner

Saturday, August 15th

2 pm

School’s in session:

Personalize your planner

to stay organized!

AND,

you won’t purposely want to lose it!

Materials provided

Space is Limited!

Call to Register

 

 

 

 

Back to School Blues: A Teen Movie Event

Aug 1 2015 3:00 pm
Aug 1 2015 4:45 pm

Movie Poster

Saturday, August 1st

@ 3:00 pm

Socially awkward teen Charlie is a wallflower, always watching life from the sidelines, until two charismatic students become his mentors. Free-spirited Sam and her stepbrother Patrick help Charlie discover the joys of friendship, first love, music and more, while a teacher sparks Charlie's dreams of becoming a writer. However, as his new friends    prepare to leave for college, Charlie's inner sadness threatens to shatter his newfound confidence.

 

Bring Your Own Beverage!

Bring Your Own Snack!

Get here early so you’re not stuck in the back!

 

 

 

 

DIY Library Bags

Jun 13 2015 2:00 pm

DIY TShirt

Make your own Library Book Sack

Kick off the Summer Reading Challenge in style! Design, create, and decorate a recycled t-shirt into the bag your friends will envy. Bring your own image to transfer or choose from a variety already made.   

Whitewater Junction passes and Whitey's coupons with your creation!

  

Teen Movie Night!!!!

Apr 29 2015 5:30 pm

Teen Movie Night:

 
Wednesday, April 27 @ 5:30pm
 
 Join us for a movie “big screen” before the sequel is out in theaters!  Refreshments provided. Enter for a chance to win tickets to see for free!

Summer Reading Program: Superheroes and Comics Presentation

Jul 7 2015 5:00 pm

About the Program:
Come listen to Brian Russell talk about how superheroes have influenced our lives! Learn how superheroes, from Spider-Man to Superman, have commented on and, in some cases, even shaped American public opinion and influenced American policies.

 

Often dismissed as a child occupation, comics are and have been far more influential and reflective of American culture and social mores than given credit for. In addition, they often promote values and social good will while at times vilifying certain elements of American culture, such as drug use or nuclear armaments. Regardless of their politics, they have been a consistent and very prevalent source of propaganda over the last century.

 

Brian's Hometown: Troy

Email Brian: brian.russell@swic.edu

Call Brian: (618) 979-4187

About the Program:
Learn how superheroes, from Spider-Man to Superman, have commented on and, in some cases, even shaped American public opinion and influenced American policies.

Often dismissed as a child occupation, comics are and have been far more influential and reflective of American culture and social mores than given credit for. In addition, they often promote values and social good will while at times vilifying certain elements of American culture, such as drug use or nuclear armaments. Regardless of their politics, they have been a consistent and very prevalent source of propaganda over the last century.

As new blockbuster films from the likes of Marvel and DC hit theatres every summer, what message is the new crop of superheroes promoting and are today's audiences discerning enough to spot it?

- See more at: http://www.prairie.org/bios/road-scholars/brian-russell-0#sthash.IFbTmOCi.dpuf

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