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The Summer Reading Program begins on June 2nd! That’s next Monday!
Click on the READ IN ANY LANGUAGE picture for details about the program.
You won’t want to miss out on the prizes:
BOGO Indiana Fever Pass
BOGO Indianapolis Indians Pass
Little Caesars Crazy Bread Coupon
Hedgehog Lip Gloss
BOGO Indy Parks Pool Pass
Teen Paperback Books
White Castle Three for Free Coupon
Children’s Museum Guild Haunted House Pass and a Free State Fair Admission!
Have a sweet tooth? Get some jelly beans . . .
. . . and some sour twists!
Let the festivities begin!
It’s almost March again! Bring on the sun! Bring on the rain! Bring on the warmer temperatures! Bring on the DIY Tech classes at the Library! Yep!! During the month of March, we’re celebrating the American Library Association’s DIY Tech Tech Week at the library. Not only will you be able to attend some pretty sweet workshops at your local branch, but there’s a great event happening at Central Library, too. And did we mention two free iPod Touches and free 1GB USB wrist bands? Read on…..
Central Library first: Saturday, March 8 from 11-3 p.m., we are going all out with various Tech Art Crafts, a real 3D printer demonstration and you can listen to author Mike Mullin give a presentation on how taekwondo is like writing (complete with book sales and signings!).
Branch workshop details:
DIY Switchcraft – Learn about switches and other components of electrical circuits while you make your very own set of bracelets that light up when you place them next to each other!
DIY Comics – Find out about the basics of creating a drawing a comic. You can bring your own characters to life and turn ideas into stories. You’ll leave with your own six-page comic book.
DIY Permaculture – Learn how to work with nature instead of against it, about sustainable living and make your own solar cooker.
Protect Your Tech with Duct Tape – You’ll create your own protective cover for a favorite piece of portable technology.
3D Printing – Find out about all the great things that can be made on a 3D printer.
What about the iPod Touches? And the USB bracelets? We didn’t forget… There will be a system wide drawing for two iPod Touches and every branch will give away a copy of one of Mike Mullin’s books. And be sure to ask about the Teen Tech Week puzzle. Solve it and you’ll get a cool 1GB USB wrist band.
See you at the Library!
— Michael Perry
Click on Ol’ Red for an interview with Librarian Erin Webster, about the October 19th “Hunting the Haunted” program that was featured in our previous post.
Do ghosts roam the halls of Central Library after the lights go out? Find out this October 19th at a very special AFTER HOURS event just for teens! Part of the Teen Read Week’s theme of Seek the Unknown, it’s called “Hunting the Haunted”, and it all happens from 6:00 to 11:00 p.m. at the Central Library.
Please call 275-4119 to register for this event at Central.
First, we have GHOST TOURS of the Library. Yep, real actual tours that reveal strange, unexplained happenings and sighting in the Library over the last 140 years. You’ll get to see places in the Library that are normally closed to the public. Like a hidden staircase and more!
What? That’s not enough? We’ve got more! We have Jeff Belanger, from the Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures,” speaking from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. He will be sharing his haunting tales for everyone to hear.
Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters! Yep, we’ll have the movie playing from 9:00 – 11:00 p.m. Since you can’t actually call them, we have the next best thing. It’s called MuVChat; it’s like a cross between Twitter and Mystery Science Theater 3000. You text comments, jokes, pithy observations or just random stuff, and it all appears on the screen for everyone to see.
More? What about tarot cards? Crafts? And even more paranormal activities! What else will you be able to see, do and learn about? Come to the Central Library on October 19th from 6:00 to 11:00 p.m. and “Seek the Unknown”!
Have a great October and we’ll see you at the Library!