Teen Winter Programs
With snow, ice, and freezing temperatures, winter has come in full force this month. Since these conditions make it hard to find activities outside of home and school, we wanted to highlight a few of our upcoming winter programs that will give 6-12 grade students a great opportunity to enjoy time indoors.
On Wednesday, February 6 at 11 AM, we will be hosting a program for homeschool students to create their own portable foosball tables out of a shoebox. It’s amazing how much fun you can have with dowel rods, clothespins, and a ping pong ball.
Teens are encouraged to put on their painting smocks on Tuesday, February 12 at 3:15 PM to learn to create portraits in the unique style of Kehinde Wiley.
The biggest and most exciting program of the month will be held after the library closes at 6 PM on Friday, February 22. Dinner will be provided for the teens, and then they will have the opportunity to play live action Clue throughout the library’s rooms. There will be dice to determine how far teams can travel each turn, clues in each room, and an inspector to find once they think they know who committed the crime, where, and with what weapon. This will be a test of speed to see which team can solve the mystery the fastest!
If you would like to learn about more of our winter programs, check out our event calendar. We are looking forward to hosting these events!