November Teen Schedule

Save Your Self [12–18 years] This prevention program inspires, educates and empowers you. Teens gain the confidence to make respectful, empowering decisions regarding their bodies. Cosponsor: Women Empowerment, Inc.
Thu | Nov 3, 10, 17 | 5:00–6:00 pm | Check the daily room schedule for locations

Teen Writing Group [12–18 years] Together we find inspiration for writing both poetry and prose.
Mon | Nov 14, 28 | 7:00–8:00 pm | The Edge

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.
Thu |  Nov 10 | 3:30–4:30 pm | The Edge

Make Your Own Lotion [12–18 years] If you think lotion only comes from a store, think again! Make your own luxurious lotion at the library for free and keep your skin smooth. Supplies provided.
Mon | Nov 7 | 3:30–4:30 pm | The Edge

Honoring Our Veterans [all ages] History comes alive in this display of restored military vehicles, reenactors, and memorabilia, courtesy of Rolling Thunder, the local chapter of the Military Vehicle Preservation Association.
Wed | Nov 9 | 2:00–4:00 pm | Rotunda, Front of the Building

National Gaming Day [all ages] As libraries across the country compete in the nation’s largest, simultaneous video game tournament, we battle to move from second place to first. The event includes a variety of board games for all ages.
Sat | Nov 12 | 12:00–5:00 pm | The Edge and Marvin Auditorium 101AB

Nifty Nails [11–18 years] Try out blue, purple, green, pink or red fingernail polish. Maybe a ladybug painted on your thumb nail would be fun. Supplies provided, just bring your creativity.
Mon | Nov 21 | 3:30–4:30 pm | The Edge

Call of Duty: Kansans in World War II [all ages]
Dedicated to the young men and women of Kansas who answered the call of duty, this exhibit tells stories from the front lines and the home front. After your tour, you’ll better understand what it was like to be an American during World War II. This exhibit is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
November 4 through December 30 | Alice C. Sabatini Gallery

Homework Center
Homework coaches help children with questions and assignments.
Mon-Thu |  4:00–8:00 pm  |  Sun |  2:00–6:00 pm  |   Homework Center 121D [closed Nov. 11 and 24]

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