Teens

database Drop in Clinic

Database Drop-In Clinc

Are you aware that you can download music free from the library, watch streaming movies, learn foreign language, take free online classes, and get access to a free online tutor to help with homework assigns and more at the Woodridge Interim Library? Well, stop by our drop in database clinics anytime 6:00 PM and 7:30 PM in November and find out what you've been missing.  We will demonstrate how to use the databases and help you to find answers to your other computer technical questions.
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Teen Halloween Movie Night

Halloween is almost here. Come to Teen Space (Room 208) and celebrate with a scary movie. For ages 13-19.   Please call 202-727-5535 for additional information.
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European Tastes and Tales

  Ever wonder what food children enjoy in other countries? Join us for an introduction to European folktales and recipes, while sampling treats from corresponding countries. For all ages.  
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Halloween Art Contest

Submit your art to the Southeast Library Information Desk for a chance to win a prize. Winners will be selected for three age categories: kids (4-12), teens (13-19), and adults (19 and older). Please include your name, age and contact information with your submission. All entries are due by October 30.  
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Vine Videos

Did you know that you can make a difference in six seconds or less? Its called the “Vine Revolution.” Teens: Come celebrate Teen Read Week by making funny Vine videos promoting reading and the library.   
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Get Away @ Your Library!

To kick off Teen Read Week, come "get away @ the library" with two special craft activities. Tag It! Teens can use old maps, original drawings and other images to decorate a luggage tag, or Post It! Teens can create a postcard from a fictional location in popular YA novels, like Diagon Alley or Panem. Materials provided in the Teen Space!
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Get Away @ Your Library - Wii Edition!

To celebrate Teen Read Week, come "get away @ the library" with two special craft activities. Tag It! Teens can use old maps, original drawings and other images to decorate a luggage tag, orPost It! Teens can create a postcard from a fictional location in popular YA novels, like Diagon Alley or Panem. Materials provided in the FoLio space upstairs!
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Glen E. Friedman: a LIVE discussion moderated by Alec MacKaye

As part of the DC Punk Archive one-year anniversary celebrations, Alec MacKaye will lead a talk with the iconic skate, punk and hip hop photographer, Glen E. Friedman, often called the most important photographer of his generation.
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It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown Film and Halloween Party!

It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown Halloween Party! Come in your costume and bring some of your candy to watch this Halloween classic and decorate a candy bag! We'll start the movie at 1:00 and play it on a loop until we close at 5:30, so stop by before you head out to trick or treat!
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Teen Read Week Movie Magic

As part of the DC Public Library celebration of Teen Read Week, Tenley-Friendship Library will be showing a movie based on a popular teen book during our Afterschool Lounge program on Thursday, October 22nd.  Which movie, you ask?  You get to vote!  Go to this survey link and vote for your favorite movies by October 15.  The movie with most votes will be the one we show. 

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