Thursday, July 30, 2009

Teen Volunteer Opportunity: Summer Readers' Fair


Are you looking for volunteer hours? Do you enjoy working with children? Then help with the Summer Readers' Fair from 10:30-12:30pm on the Library lawn. Volunteer registration is required. Contact Mary Karshner or call her at 248-246-3725.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Teen Movie Night: Hancock @ 7pm


Will Smith is a superhero gone astray. Sarcastic and misunderstood, Hancock seems to do more harm than good when he comes to the rescue. Enjoy the laughs and adventure. 92 minutes. You can register here.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Altered Books: TONIGHT @ 7pm


Tonight from 7-8pm, try your hand at creating an altered book -- recycle your books by creating a new one! Change a book using collage, cuts, tears, glues, paints, rubber stamps, and ribbons. Alter its form and alter its meaning. Books and materials provided. You can register here.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

TONIGHT @ 6:30pm: TAB mtg & Teen Video Games


Tonight at 6:30pm, come to the TAB meeting and be part of the Library's Teen Team: Voice an opinion about teen programs, books, magazines, DVDs, etc. at the Library. Help with the TAB Newsletter and teen blog. Come and see what TAB is all about.

Then from 7-8:30pm, come and play video games and hang out with friends and meet new ones. You can register here.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Teenage Rockstar Workshop, TONIGHT @7pm


Do you want to learn to remix songs or record music? Are you in a band? Do you need to record a demo? Local recording artist and producer, Mr. Seley, will visit the library from 7-8:30pm to teach us how to write, record, and mix our own songs. You can register here.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Teen Movie Night: Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist @ 7pm


Tonight from 7-8:30pm, we will be showing the movie Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist. When bass player Nick's ex-girlfriend shows up at his gig with her new man, he quickly asks Norah to pose as his girlfriend to save face. This leads to a sleepless night of adventure in the indie rock world of New York City. 90 minutes.You can register here.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Monetary Expression for Teens: Tonight @7pm


Amongst the design features of paper money are various security features. Can you spot them? Can you create them? Can you recognize counterfeit bills? What security features do you need to protect yourself from identity theft? Tonight from 7-8pm, Janice Quigg of OUR Credit Union will lead the monetary activities and hand out some prizes! You can register here.

Friday, July 3, 2009

Girls -- Consider a Career in Engineering!


Have you considered a career in engineering? Jobs in this market are often highly paid, secure, and great for individuals who love math or science. If you're wondering what a typical day is like for an engineer, try checking of the gallery of women engineers or the Engineering FAQ.

You can also find out which classes to take in high school in order to prepare yourself for a career in engineering, or enter an essay contest for a chance to win up to $500!

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Water Rockets, TONIGHT @ 7pm


Join us tonight from 7-9pm as you create your own water-powered rocket and launch it on the library lawn. Bring a two liter plastic pop bottle and your creativity. Marc Center and his able assistants will be our launch experts. This is a two hour program, and you can register here.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Teen Movie Night: Inkheart @ 7pm


Join us tonight from 7-8:30pm for the showing of Inkheart. Meggie's father, Mo, has the power to bring characters from books to life just by reading those books aloud. When he sets free some nasty characters, it is up to Meggie to set things right. 106 minutes. You can register here.