Teen Summer Programs @ Woodland

Posted on Thursday, May 30, 2013 by Lolo_Librarian

Summer is just around the corner, and the library has planned a lot of fun programs to keep you busy. In addition to the ongoging summer reading program and Read Across America, the Woodland Branch will have special events for teens on the third Wednesdays of each month. They are open to all youth aged 12-18 (with exceptions), no registration is required, and everything is free to attend. So step away from the computer or television for an afternoon, and come join us at the library!

June 19th, 3:30-4:30pm: Tulle Masks. Make your own masquerade mask, using tulle fabric and fabric paint. Fun, easy, and chic!

photo credit: sprinklesinsprings.com

July 17th, 3:30-4:30pm: Jellyfish in a Bottle craft. Go REALLY deep under the surface, by making your very own "jellyfish" out of plastic bags and bottles.

photo credit: blog.booturtle.com/

August 21st, 3-4pm: Snakes in a Library! Brian Gundy of For Goodness Snakes in Campbell will be presenting a variety of slithering and crawling reptiles. Meet these beautiful creatures up close & personal, and learn a little about each one.


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