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Homeschool Hour - String Painting

Create your very own string paint flowers at this homeschool art lesson!

This paint pulling process creates unique designs by using a piece of string instead of a paintbrush! Experiment with color mixing, symmetry, and more as you tackle a new technique.

This program may get messy, so dress accordingly!

 

*This program is open to home educated students of all ages, and is a repeat of the program on April 17th at 3:00. Please register in advance!*

Homeschool Hour - String Painting

Create your very own string paint flowers at this homeschool art lesson!

This paint pulling process creates unique designs by using a piece of string instead of a paintbrush! Experiment with color mixing, symmetry, and more as you tackle a new technique.

This program may get messy, so dress accordingly!

 

*This program is open to home educated students of all ages, and will be repeated on April 24th at 3:30. Please register in advance!*

Teens - World Book Day

Join us to celebrate World Book Day with a variety of activities on the topic libraries do best... books! 

 

Receive a FREE book, try your hand at bookworm trivia, represent your FAVORITE book, and more!

 

*This program is intended only for grades 6-12*

 

Teens - Scavenger Hunt

Join us for a scavenger hunt throughout the library! 

Teens will be given a set of challenges and objectives to log with a digital scavenger hunt.

(Share one of our iPads, or download the Goosechase app on your own device to join the fun!)

 

There will be prizes!

 

*This program is intended only for grades 6-12*

Teens - Robin Hood

Join us for a Monthly Movie screening of Robin Hood

This 2018 retelling of the classic legend follows Robin Hood in his revolt against the English Crown. Filled with action, drama, and explosive fight sequences, this film adds new twists to an old story.

 

Robin Hoood is rated PG-13, and has a runtime of 116 minutes. 

Teen Book Club - The Alex Crow

April's Book selection is The Alex Crow by Andrew Smith.

 

Ariel is a refugee who is the sole survivor of an attack on his small village. Now living with an adoptive family in Sunday, West Virginia, Ariel's story is juxtaposed against those of a schizophrenic bomber and the diaries of a failed arctic expedition from the late nineteenth century . . . and a depressed, bionic reincarnated crow. 

 

Sign up in advance to receive a free copy of the book to read before the program!

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