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Summer Programs for Teens
It's summer. It's hot. You are dying to get out of your house.
Join us at one (or more) of our summer programs!

Bleach Pen T-Shirts
2:00-3:30     Community Room
For students entering 7-12 grade and recent HS grads
Bring your own dark t-shirt (100% cotton is best) and transform it with a bleach pen! See it un-dye before your eves.
Registration is required. Click here to register.

Popsicle Picnic
2:00-3:30     Outside (in Storyhour Room in case of rain)
For students entering 7-12 grade and recent HS grads
No registration required. Popsicles while they last!
Catch up with friends, compare notes on summer reading, learn about new books and chill out with a cool treat.

Paint Your Own Pottery
2:00-3:30     Community Room
For students entering 7-12 grade and recent HS grads
Create a pottery masterpiece! Materials will be provided for you to paint your own mug. You may choose between a zigzag mug and an owl mug. Pieces will be fired and returned to the library for pickup.
Registration is required. Materials fee of $15 must be paid prior to class. Details regarding payment will be emailed after you register. Click here to register.

College Essay Writing Workshop
3:00-4:00     Schoolhouse
For students entering 10-12 grade
Lanita Foley, a college admission expert and founder of Where Success Blooms - Educational Consultants, will provide expert guidance, coaching, and encouragement no matter where students are in the essay-writing process. Parent attendance with their student is strongly recommended. Students should bring writing materials.
Registration is required. Click here to register.

Understanding the College Admissions Process
6:30-8:30     Community Room
For students entering or currently attending high school
This session will focus on the details and timeline of the application process, how to navigate financial aid requirements, and how parents and teens can collaborate on getting into the best school possible. Registration is strongly recommended and this program is open to parents and high school students. Registered attendees will be seated first.
Registration is recommended. Click here to register.

Last Updated: Monday, Jul 28, 2014
Early Childhood Resource Center

materials, services, and programs are available to teachers, administrators, students, child care providers, parents, and anyone who works with young children.

Questions and Comments are welcome. 
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