January Events for Teens

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

Fun After School [12-18 years] Enjoy cool activities like black-out poetry, unusual board games and artistic coloring pages for the more mature artist. Expect creative surprises at this after school event. Come see what’s up and bring your friends.
■ The Edge
Thu    Jan 9    3:30-4:30 pm

Life 101: Reach Your Goals [12-18 years] Learn how to set a goal and actually achieve it. Think about your goals before the program, and we’ll help you make them reality! Bring a friend to share goals and moral support all year long.
■ The Edge
Mon    Jan 13    3:30-4:30 pm

Teen Writing Group [12-18 years] Find inspiration to write and create. Join others who share your passion as we delve into poetry and prose as a way to express ourselves and explore our world.
■ The Edge
Mon    Jan 13, 27    7:00-8:00 pm

Fragrant Soap [11-18 years] Aromatherapy in a few easy steps. We provide the molds, glycerin and fragrance. Bring a friend and your creative talents. Together we turn a block of glycerin into sweet smelling soap.
■ The Edge
Wed    Jan 22    3:30-4:30 pm

Chess Club [11-18 years] Do you like to win? When you play chess, your chances of winning are 50/50! So join us for the fun and strategy of chess. If you haven’t played before, we’ll teach you and give you tips on how to win.
■ David J’s Place
Thu     Jan 23    3:30-4:30 pm

DIY Fleece Scarf [12-18 years] Keep cozy in style with a fleece scarf that you design yourself! You’ll look cool in your handmade cold weather accessory.
■ The Edge
Mon    Jan 27    3:30-4:30 pm

Open Mic Night [12-18 years] You are a natural performer and we want you 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.
■ The Edge
Wed    Jan 29    4:00-5:30 pm

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