Posts tagged with "Teen"
Come learn how to build a PVC bolo ball set and compete to win your own bolo ball set. For ages 12–18.
Date and time: Saturday, August 11, 2–3 p.m.
Location: Meet in library‘s teen area before going to North School Park
Come study with your friends or project partners in our study lounge with tons of group study spaces, comfy chairs and delicious snacks from Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s. We’ll have iPads, laptops and office and homework supplies, as well as staff to help you with homework/study needs. For high school teens.
Dates and times: Saturday, January 12–Thursday, January 17
Discover your new favorite film at the Teen Film Fest coming up this Sunday, August 5, at 2 p.m. at Metropolis Performing Arts Centre. This year's films will be judged by Daily Herald film critic Dann Gire, Metropolis screenwriter and resident playwright Scott Woldman and Michelle Harris, movie-lover and wife of State Representative David Harris.
Call the Metropolis box office at 847-577-2121 to reserve seats for this free event presented by the library, the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre and the Arlington Heights Arts Commission.
See what some of your Arlington Heights neighbors are saying about their favorite films.
Join us as for geo-caching - a hide-and-seek, treasure-hunting game that is played worldwide. We will be meeting at the library for a short orientation on the use of the official Geocache website, then leave to search for geocaches all over downtown Arlington Heights. Food and drink will be provided.
For more information on geo-caching, please go to www.geocaching.com. For ages 12–18.
Teens are invited to submit their best design ideas for our new Tumblr blog. The selected design will win two tickets to the 2014 Lollapalooza music festival in Grant Park, courtesy of the Friends of the Library. Complete the online form with suggestions for the blog title, content, and theme.
Every year, more than 600 teenagers from over 60 Chicago-area schools gather for the world’s largest youth poetry slam, a competition known as "Louder Than a Bomb." This award-winning documentary follows four of the teams as they prepare for the 2008 event. Join us for a screening of the film, then afterwards perform your own slam poetry and listen to others share theirs. For middle school and high school students.