Posts tagged with "Teen"
Sign up for our first-ever X-Box Madden Tournament competing against teens from other area libraries. We will play a few rounds (in-house), then winners move on to play teens from the Skokie Public Library and Barrington Area Library! Gift cards to the winners of the opening rounds of play, and the winning library will get a trophy highly coveted by all three libraries. Pizza and pop will be provided; you provide the deep pass plays, big hits and long runs! For teens 12–18.
Meet author Marie Lu who will reveal the events that inspired the intense, action-packed novel, LEGEND. Come ask her any of your burning questions about the book and find out the inside scoop on her life and writing. Finally, there will be a super-fun, highly entertaining portion of the program where you get to finish writing one of Marie’s stories. This program sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Date and time: Thursday, August 16, 2–3:15 p.m.
Location: Hendrickson Room
It's Teen Tech Week, March 10-16 and all month long the library is celebrating the act of meme posing with a Meme Photo Contest for teens. Submit up to five photos. There will be awards for Best Tebow-ing, Best Owl-ing, Best Plank-ing, Best Koala-ing and Best Overall. Complete details here. For teens 12–18.
Take a look at our new Teen page. You can post photos, drawings, poetry, short stories…pretty much anything you create on iCreate. Look for new books, movies, music and more in the new to the collection section. After High School gives you web sites and databases to help with your post-high school plans, and uReview is the place to review books, music and movies. You'll also find all the details for the Teen Film Fest.
Check out our new teen site which just launched this week. It has an entirely new design and layout and includes these new features:
- New billboard that makes it easier to learn about and register for upcoming programs just for teens.
- Lots of recommendations for books, movies, music, and games from teen services staff and teen advisory board members.
- DIY (Do It Yourself) page featuring projects from past and upcoming DIY programs sponsored by the library.
- Blog posts about fun videos, topics in the news, and more that teens can comment on.
- Weekly poll question asking teens to weigh in with their opinions on both serious and not-so-serious questions.
- Quick and easy links to reliable online resources to help with school work.
While you're there, take a look at these programs coming up for teens this summer at the library:
• Pass the Book program
• Teen Summer Reading
• Teen Film Fest