The Summer Reading Program ended on August 6th, but if you'd still like to participate in a contest, try Teen Library Bingo. Grab a bingo sheet from the YA Area and complete the tasks in the squares. Get a bingo horizontally, vertically, or four corners, and you receive a prize, a coupon, and are entered to win a grand prize. Bring your completed bingo sheet to the Children's Desk by Saturday, September 10th to collect your prize.
The Westland Library is hosting a Battle of the Bands on Thursday, July 14th, from 11am-8pm. If you have a band and would like to sign up, email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Each band gets to play 3 songs, 2 of which must be covers (drums will be provided by Westland Music Center).
Winner's prizes include a Friday gig at the library in the fall plus the band's choice of: a) studio time, b) Pro Tools, or c) music lessons from Westland Music Center (734-729-2040)!
Food and soft drinks will be sold all day by Toarmina's Pizza.
The Teen Summer Reading Program begins next Saturday, June 18th. Register for the reading contest and the exciting You Are Here programs we have planned. Read 200 pages for a stamp, and earn 10 stamps to complete the program. With each stamp, you can enter to win the weekly gift card or the Browsing Bag of Goodies, which contains a free book and other small prizes.
Stop by the Library on June 18th from 12-3pm to make candy sushi!
The theme for this summer's reading program is You Are Here. Participate in the reading contest and attend fun programs about trying new things. Every 200 pages read receives 1 stamp, and a total of 10 stamps are needed to complete the program. Coming up this summer:
-Do your own henna tattoos
-Make candy sushi
-Decorate your beach towel
-Participate in a drum circle
-Learn Polynesian dance and origami
Stay tuned for more details. Kickoff is June 18th!
Will you be entering 9th grade or above in the fall? Do you like kids and reading? The Children’s Department is currently seeking teen volunteers to help for our Summer Reading Program, One World, Many Stories. Interested volunteers are asked to commit to two or more hours per week doing a variety of tasks. This is a great opportunity to earn service hours for your school or community organization while you have free time during the summer! Applications are available in the library or online here; please check out the application for more information and return completed applications to the Children’s Desk.
For those of you planning to attend Teen Improv tonight (4/14), please be aware that the program begins at 6pm, not 7pm. The flyers are incorrect. Sorry for any confusion!
Learn about webcomics from Tales of a Checkered Man creator Denver Brubaker. Understand more about starting a webcomic, and see what inspired Denver to create The Checkered Man. All teens who attend can pick up a free comic at the Reference Desk courtesty of A-Z Cards & Comics in Garden City, MI, for Free Comic Book Day. Comics are available while supplies last. Sign up online, at the Reference Desk, or by calling (734) 326-6123.
Come play the latest games on our Wii and Xbox 360 during the second Sunday of each month from 3-4:30. No sign up is required. Ages 12-18 welcome! Play Mario Kart, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Madden NFL Football, Lego Star Wars, Naruto, Zelda, and more! The next event is Sunday, March 13th.
You can now sign up for events online using the teen events page. Just click on "Events" on the teen page, choose the event you want from the online calendar, and fill in your email address and name.
Confused about FAFSA, scholarships, grants, etc.? A member of Project ACE in Wayne will be here to help on Monday, January 24 at 5pm. They'll discuss how to find and apply for scholarships, what you'll need for filling out the FAFSA, and more! Sign up online on the teen events page, at the Reference Desk, or by calling (734) 326-6123. Parents and teens welcome to attend.