Your favorite casual, drop-in game day is back. Join us each week for traditional games, board games, RPGs, CCGs, and more this fall. We'll have a special surprise game event on the last Monday of each month this year, be sure to find out what it is!
A 3-part series on public speaking geared towards people in grades 6-12. Sign up here.
Make the library your own with JLAC. Besides looking great on your college applications, this volunteer and leadership group allows you to shape the library to meet the needs of middle and high school-aged people in the area through planning events, programs, workshops, and more. This month is special – we will be meeting later in the evening to allow for parents to attend. We will be discussing our upcoming trip to Albany for Library Advocacy Day. Please plan to attend with a parent or guardian to learn more about the purpose and logistics of this day-long field trip. Sign up using our online form here. Contact Regina with any questions at email@example.com or 272-4557 ext. 274
Middle and high school fans of Downton Abbey are invited to make Art Deco style headbands with local costume and accessory designer Jenny Leigh. Participants will be able to make either a flapper-style feather fascinator on a band or comb; or a jewelry-inspired chain with dangling focal. Please indicate your choice while registering so we can provide the right amount of supplies. Registration is required; please sign up online here.
Get in the Valentine's Day spirit and indulge in a chocolate covered....anything! We'll have candy, chocolate, and, best of all, a chocolate fountain with plenty of treats to dip.
This month we’re reading a romance! “Everything Everything” by Nicola Yoon, is the story of Maddy, a girl who is literally allergic to the outside world, and Olly, the boy who moves in next door and becomes the greatest risk she's ever taken. This innovative and heartfelt debut novel unfolds via vignettes, diary entries and illustrations.
Limited free copies of the book are available for Club participants at the Youth Services Reference Desk.
This meeting is perfect for new and returning Club members ages 11 to 18, as participants will select titles to be read and discuss during future meetings.
Exercise your creative muscles in our weekly after school writing workshops. Sign up for a couple or take them all - each week will be something a little different but attendance at all sessions is not required.
These one-hour classes will be led by Ithaca College writing majors, Amanda Livingston and Alexa Salvato. They will involve a variety of prompts, exercises, and opportunities to workshop pieces.
These workshops are suitable for people in grades 6-12. Advance registration is preferred; please sign up using our online form. Drop-ins will be welcome. There will be no class on Thursday, March 17th.
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