Teen Programs



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~April Programs for Grades 6-12 @ Wood Library~

Earth Day Juice Box Wallets April 15

Teen Game Night / Thursday, April 10/ 6:00-8:00 PM / Grades 6-12
Video games on big screens, online gaming, and tons of “old fashioned” board & card games to choose from. Teen Game Night takes place every 2nd Thursday of the month @ Wood Library.

Spring Break! Earth Day Craft: Juice Box Wallets / Tuesday, April 15 / 11:00 AM-12:30 PM / Grades 6-12*
Get ready for Earth Day (April 21) by turning your recyclables into artful wallets. All materials provided. Registration required.

Spring Break! Anime Afternoon & Craft / Wednesday, April 16 / 4:00-6:00 PM / Grades 6-12*
Enjoy some Anime on our big screen while crafting some funky non-egg Easter eggs. Our feature is the full length film Wolf Children from the creators who brought you Summer Wars. Rated PG. Registration required.

Anime Afternoon & Craft: Wolf Children & Yarn Eggs
April 16

Spring Break! Teen Pizza & Movie: The Hobbit II / Thursday, April 17 / 5:00-8:00 PM / Ages 13-18**
Free pizza, Middle-Earth fun, and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug! Note the early start time – this movie is long. Rated PG-13.

**Middle school students under the age of 13 who would like to attend must have their parents call to register @ 394-1381.

Minecraft Night / Friday, April 25 / 5:30-7:30 PM / Grades 5-12*
Play Minecraft at the library after-hours! This program is very popular and technology space is limited, so call or visit the library to sign up. Registration required. Note: While it is not required to have a subscription Minecraft account to enjoy this program, it is highly recommended. Visit minecraft.net for full details.

*Indicates that registration is required for this program. Call 394-1381 to register, or email me: