Teen Library Laboratory Events & Classes
Summer Semester 2017
Authors have birthdays, and birthdays are meant to be celebrated! So we're hosting some fun on our favorite authors' special days. Join us this fall for Suzanne Collins's Hunger Games Day, National Comic Book Day, Happy Monster Day (in honor of RL Stine), CS Lewis's Narnia Day, and Classic Christmas Story Week featuring The Polar Express! Click here for details.
October 16, 4:30-5:30pm
Learn to create your own mobile game app! Join instructor Brian Yount for instruction on how to program your own online games, animations, and interactive stories! Advance registration is required. (a STEAM event)
Read to a Dog programs increase literacy skills for struggling readers by offering them opportunity to read aloud to a dog. Dorothy Bramlage Public Library’s Read to a Dog program provides young people (grades 1-12) 15 minutes of read-aloud time per session with a certified therapy dog. Advance registration is required. Sessions are held between 2-3pm on the following Sunday afternoons:
September 17; October 1 and 15; November 5; December 3
Celebrate National Picture Book with us by dressing up for the books above. If you want, take a picture of your spirit-dress and send it by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Facebook message (www.facebook.com/dorothybramlagepubliclibrary),
and we’ll post it!
The Forever Young Adult book club is an informal monthly meeting for readers to discuss Young Adult fiction. Come join in on the fun! For one book selection, we will combine with The Book Was Better book group to discuss the book and view its movie adaptation. Open to high schoolers and adults. Click here for details.
Here at the library, we love to read! And we want to share our love of reading with you! Each semester, we hold our Reading Participation Programs to offer reading challenges and increase the fun of reading. This semester we have two Reading Participation Programs that you won’t want to miss! Click here for details.
We’re celebrating the total eclipse! Stop by anytime throughout the day to build edible models of the sun and moon (and eat them), create a flip book of the stages of an eclipse, see how it’s possible for the little moon to hide the very big sun, and learn ancient myths and fun historical facts about eclipses. Plus, get a pair of eclipse glasses!
(a STEAM event)
Third Fridays, 6:30-8pm
Join us for some fun activities and events! Open to grades 6-12.
Advance registration is required. Click here for details.