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Do you you love listening to your favorite podcast, or maybe you want to make your own? Join us at the library for our first ever Kid's Podcast Workshop! Kids will work together in small groups to create a segment for their podcast. The kids will then record and edit their creations, and the final product will be shared on the library social media page.
This is a two hour program, and a snack will be provided.
Join us for a brainstorming session on the new LGBTQ+ teen advisory group!
This meeting is a safe space, open to local teens (including allies!) in grades 6-12, who are interested in being a part of the new group. Join us for open discussion, as well as resources and information.
Let's continue to build objectives and goals, meeting agendas, future programming ideas, and more! Let your voice be heard on the future of inclusive programming in Preble County!
Join us for LEGO Club at the Eaton Library! School-age children can come in and build, complete challenges, and just have fun! The program will meet on the last Monday of the month from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Children can build with the library's LEGO collection. If you bring LEGOs from home to build with, please bring them in a container labeled with your child's name.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play an instrument? This program will provide a basic ukulele lesson for complete beginners! Take turns in a small group, learning chords to play your very first song.
*This program is intended for grades 6-12*
Play a variety of video games! Vote for your favorites, then team up and compete with other teens.
Snacks will be provided!
Enjoy an anime screening with Japanese and Korean style snacks!
*This program is intended for grades 6-12.*
Join us to play a selection of board games!
Some of our popular games include Pit, Quelf, Telestrations, Zombie, and Apples to Apples.
The Tween Film Workshop for October will focus on scoring!
Learn about selecting and creating music for cinema. A film's score can be as important as its dialogue, when it comes to creating emotion in a scene. Try your hand at adding music of your own!
Tween Film Workshops are monthly programs that focus on one aspect of filmmaking. They provide more detail and less commitment than the Tween Filmmakers Club, and do not require registration.