January 2012 Teen Events Schedule

Double Dueling: Yu-gi-oh [11–18 years] 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 2    4:00–6:00 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 relate to our world.
■ The Edge
Mon     Jan 9, 23    7:00–8:00  pm

Creative Calendars [12–18 years] Start the year off right with a collage calendar made from the case of a cassette tape. Bring your own pictures to personalize your unique and practical work of art.
■ The Edge
Wed     Jan 11    3:30–5:00 pm

No Couch Potatoes Needed [11–18 years] Physical Therapist Natalie Sykes leads you in stress relieving aerobics, martial arts or meditative exercises. Learn to make healthy snacks at each program.
■ The Edge
Thu    Jan 12, 26    3:30–4:30 pm

Teen Board Game Night [12–18 years] Yahtzee? No. Zombies? Yes! Experience the inevitable zombie apocalypse and other doomsday scenarios in these death-defying games. If you’re brave enough, stagger to The Edge for some gut-busting fun. You bring your friends; we’ll corral the zombies.
■ The Edge
Fri      Jan 13    7:00–8:00 pm

DIY Fleece Scarf [12–18 years] Keep cozy in style with a fleece scarf. You’ll look so cool in your handmade cold-weather accessory.
■ The Edge
Mon     Jan 23    3:30–5:00 pm

Open Mic Night [12–18 years] Move your band out of the garage and onto the stage. Tell jokes or show off your dance moves. We have a place for you, whatever your talent! Come to our casual open mic night and perform if you wish.
■ The Edge
Wed    Jan 25    4:00–5:30 pm

Gone Fishing [12–18 years] Outdoor adventures await! Get a sense for what it’s like in the wild when it’s just you, your gear, and hungry wild animals ready to snap up your bait. Learn how to catch the big ones from an expert fisherman; then you’ll have your own fish tales to tell.
■ The Edge
Fri    Jan 27    4:00–5:00 pm

Homework Center [5–18 years] Homework coaches help children with questions and assignments.
■ Homework Center 121D [closed Jan 1 and 16]] Mon-Thu     4:00–8:00 pm
Sun         2:00–6:00 pm

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003405410515 Carl

    Gee, sdonus familiar.I especially appreciate that you acknowledge how you don’t want to be nagging, even while you are nagging. How many times have I been that Proverbial irritating drip of water? (And yet, tell myself: “necessary. necessary. necessary.”)