January 2013 Teen Events Schedule

Double Dueling: Yu-gi-oh [11–18 years] and Magic the Gathering [14+ years] Bring your cards and pit your wits against other Yu-gi-oh and Magic players as we host tournaments for both games.
■ The Edge
Mon    Jan 7     4:00–6:00 pm

Dungeons & Dragons [12–18 years] Play the role of a fighter, a cleric, a wizard or a rogue as you battle monsters, discover treasure and explore unchartered realms in this game of imagination and strategy. Limited spots available. Call 580-4565 to register.
■ The Edge
Fri     Jan 11    7:00–8:00 pm

Teen Writing Group [12–18 years] Find inspiration to create. Join others who share your passion as we explore poetry and prose as a way to express ourselves and explore our world.
■ The Edge
Mon    Jan 14, 28    7:00–8:00 pm

Designer Pendants [11–18 years] Create a stunning Taj Mahal designer pendant from an ordinary hardware metal washer. Use recycled origami, scrapbook or handmade papers to make a pendant that’s uniquely you.
■ The Edge
Mon     Jan 14    3:30–4:30 pm

Knit/Crochet a Gatsby-era Cloche
Try out a style of the 1920s. Learn how to knit or crochet a cloche hat. Patterns and basic instruction provided. Be fashionably dressed for The Big Read in February when we read and discuss The Great Gatsby. Knit or crochet along on our Digital Branch at tscpl.org/bigread.
■ Marvin Auditorium 101C
Fri    Jan 18    9:00–11:00 am

M.V.P. – Most Valued Possessions
Our favorite things remind us of the people, events, and special occasions in our lives. In this exhibit, community members share their most valued possessions with us and the stories that make those objects so important.
■ Sabatini Art Gallery
Opens January 18 with reception starting at 5:30 pm

Open Mic Night [12–18 years] You are a natural performer, and here’s your opportunity to show off. Take the stage and strut your stuff! You can sing, dance, read poetry or tell jokes. Grab some fame at our monthly talent show. Just show up ready to perform or watch.
■ The Edge
Wed    Jan 30    4:00–5:30 pm

Homework Center [5–18 years] Homework coaches help children with questions and assignments.
■ Homework Center
Mon-Thu     4:00–8:00 pm
Sun             2:00–6:00 pm

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