Sunday, July 26, 2009

Anime Fest

Thursday, July 30, from 2-6 p.m. stop by the Community Room for the awesomeness that is Anime Fest. With food tasting (yum!), cosplay, sudoku and of course, anime-watching, you can catch some or all of the fun. What will we be watching? How about Final Fantasy, Princess Mononoke, and One Piece (either the movie or episodes, your choice). Bring your artwork for our summer arts journal while you're at it. See you then!

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Prizes, People!

Finished with your 15 hours of reading? Turn in your Summer Reading Log for your prizes! In addition to the fabulous rewards for reading (including a book of your choice!) you also have the option this year of doing more. Yep, who doesn't love a bit of a challenge?! If you choose to accept this mission, you must review a book or a movie or a CD or, well, you get the idea. Tell us a little about it, what you thought about it, and any other interesting tidbit. Turn this in as a raffle ticket for one of six super drawings (check out the buckets behind the Teen Desk for more info!). You can turn in as many reviews as you would like before the drawing date. So give us your opinion and you could be a winner. Got questions? We've got answers, so stop by and ask Lisa or Anna for more info.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Muggles and Magic

Harry Potter fans of all ages are invited to an evening of crafts, trivia and games, Thursday, July 16 from 6-8 p.m. in the Community Room. Each person will receive a report card as they enter. Take at least four "classes" and be entered in drawings for fabulous prizes. Care to wear a costume? Be declared the best dressed and win a prize! Test your HP IQ for a chance to win more fantastic prizes. Don't miss this magical night at your library!

Monday, July 6, 2009

Dancing in the (Book) Aisles

I'll admit I'm pretty addicted to reality dance shows. The drama, the costumes, the dancing!

So how great is it that the library is hosting its own dance workshop this Thursday, July 9 from 3-4:30 p.m. in the Community Room?! Stop by for a hands-on lesson in Bollywood dancing, the fast moving, expressive dance often seen in Indian films. The teacher will have music and video to accompany the lessons (so you can see what it's supposed to look like!).

Registration is required, so call or stop by the Children's or Young Adult Desk at the Library to sign up.



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