TEEN EVENTS

Couldn’t make it to last months book club? Listen to it HERE. We read Between the Lines by Picoult.

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. TEXT THE LIBRARY @ 619-928-2251cell Have a question? Dial the number above and a Librarian will text the answer to you for FREE during branch open hours! (Any fees from your cell phone provider still apply.) .

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GAMING UNPLUGGED– Thursday, Dec. 7 @ 4:00 pmgame
Take your pick of any of our board or card games available to play. Winner gets a prize.

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SPICE IT UP TASTING- Thursday, Dec. 14 @ 4:00spices
What’s the difference between coriander and cumin?  Taste, smell and see a variety of spices that you may be unfamiliar with.

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shipwreckedTEEN BOOK CLUB- Thursday, Dec. 21 @ 4:00
Pick up a copy of Shipwrecked by Blumberg. In 1841, rescued by an American whaler after a terrible shipwreck leaves him a castaways on a remote island, 14-year-old Manjiro learns new customs as he becomes the first Japanese person to set foot in the United States. We’ll talk about what we thought of this book and vote on the next title to read.

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ACTION COUNCIL OF TEENS- Thursday, Dec. 28 @ 4:00CBR003160
The A.C.T. is where teens have a direct say on what goes on at the library for teens. Plan all future events for teens, decorate the teen room, decide how our budget is spent, and more, all while eating snacks. Attendance can count as community service if needed.

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homework

MATH COACHING – Mon & Tue, 4:15-5:15 pm

If you need help with algebra, geometry, or trig call us up and make an appointment to get one-on-one help with your homework for free.

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CRAFT & CHAT- Wednesdays, 6:00-8:00 pmknitting1

Bring your knitting, crochet, needlework, sit, chat, and craft. This club is open to all level of crafters. And yes, guys knit, too.

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Time Travel poster

Saturday, Oct. 20th, 6:00-10:00 pm

Here are some scenes from the evening’s events:

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