Library Events for Teens & Tweens in December

Library events for teens and tweens in December

Holiday "Crafternoon"-Drop by the library on Tuesday December 18 between 3:30 & 5:30 to make holiday themed crafts such as snowflakes, wrapping paper, gift tags, Christmas "crackers," and more! Free and open to all students in grades 5 & up. Click here to register.

Vacation Games Afternoon-Drop by the library on Friday December 28 between 2:00 & 5:00 to play games with your friends: Apples to Apples, Uno, Taboo, and many more. Feel free to bring your own games too, such as Magic the Gathering cards. Free and open to all students in grades 5 & up. Click here to register.

Teens & Tech-Looking to do some volunteering over your school vacation? The Teens & Tech program will be at the Madison Senior Center on Thursday December 27 and Friday December 28 from 10-11. Volunteers will help senior citizens with technology questions on topics such as email, Facebook, digital cameras, basic computing, Skype, and more. Teens interested in volunteering for this program should contact Teen Services Librarian Katie Fargo at 203-245-7365 or fargok@madisonct.org.

Upcoming in 2013

Stay tuned for the following programs coming up in January 2013:

Teen Book Club-January 8 at 7pm. Need something to read over your winter vacation? We'll be discussing Pirate Cinema by Cory Doctorow. See Katie for a copy of the book. Click here to register.

Prodigy Release Party-Did you read and love Legend by Marie Lu? On Tuesday January 29 celebrate the release of the highly anticipated sequel Prodigy. There will be games, trivia, discussion, and of course prizes! Haven't read Legend yet? No worries, request a copy here. Click here to register for the party.

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