November 27: All locations closed; no Bookmobile service.
November 28: Dayton's Bluff and West 7th libraries closed; no Bookmobile service.

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    Get Paid to Write, Direct, and Perform a Play!

    May Lee-Yang, a playwright and performance artist, will work with youth to explore stories and then create and produce an original play in a multi-session series of workshops, culminating in two public performances. This opportunity is open to youth ages 13 through 19 to learn about theater, meet new people, and gain valuable experience. It requires a commitment of two hours per week (Wednesday evenings, 6-8 p.m.) from July 7 through October 10, and participants meet at the Arlington Hills Community Center. Youth accepted to the workshop that regularly attend meetings, contribute to the development of the play, and participate in final performances will receive a $100 stipend upon completion. Interested? Yes? Good! Fill out ... Read More »

    Tags: programs, theater


    Letters at the Library - Design Workshops for Teens

    Letters at the Library
    We're teaming up with some great designers to offer teen only design workshops here at the library. Ever wonder how fonts are made? Next week, work with local font maker Chank Diesel to help make a font that you can actually install on a computer and use! Here's the class description: Let's make a font! Using your hands and brain, you'll work with a mystery medium to create a letter of the alphabet. Then you'll get to see your letter combined with the letters made by other participants to make a real, typable font. After the workshop, you can get the font file to keep and install on a computer. The following week, designer Zach Keenan will help make your own emblem/logo stamp. Here's some of that class description: Letters can be a lot like people—cool characters, funny... Read More »

    Tags: Createch, design, programs