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Don’t miss this summer’s teen activities! There will be special events to attend every Thursday throughout the Summer Reading Program. A list of summer activities for teens can be found below.

Teens 6 – 12th Grade

Read as many books as you can this summer! Tickets will be awarded after every 2.5 hours of reading. come to the library to collect tickets and enter drawings for prizes.

Every participant will receive a book at the end of the Summer Reading Program and upon completion of every 5 hours of reading, a free food coupon.

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Summer Reading Calendar 2019

June 13th – @ 2:00 p.m.
Starry Night Painting – Follow along as Ms. Tracey paints her version of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”. Use watercolors and take home your own creation of the famous painting.

June 20th – 5:00 p.m.Are You Smarter Than A Librarian? – Find out if you’re smarter than a librarian. Team up with other teens against a group of Librarians and go head to head with a night of trivia.

June 27th10:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. – All Day Movie Marathon – Join us for an All Day Movie Marathon. Stop in to watch different series such as Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Guardians of the Galaxy. Explore different universes with our movie selections. Refreshments will be provided throughout the day.

*Friday* July 5th – 2:00 p.m. – Color Crisis Escape Room – “Years ago, a meteor crashed into the earth and mysteriously drained all the world’s color away. Scientists created an underground “color vault” to figure out what happened and bring the colors back. But they were never heard from again. You will be explorers sent to finish what the scientists started. In the vault, you will find a machine the scientists built to restore the earth’s color. You will need to finish programming the machine and send the results to the surface to save the day!”

July 11th – 2:00 p.m. – It IS Rocket Science! – Learn about gas-forming chemical reactions by creating gas-powered rockets. After creating a simple rocket powered by the reaction between acetic acid and calcium carbonate, students modify the reaction and the design of the rocket tube to maximize altitude.

July 18th – 5:00 p.m. – End of Summer Reading Party!
All teens are invited to our annual teen finale party. Prize drawings will be completed at the event!