Get the Geek Out isn’t your typical anime club.
GTGO covers all bases, not just manga. Like comic books and graphic novels? We’ve got you covered. So stop by, hang out, and enjoy some tasty treats!
Join us every 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the Month starting May 9, 2013 from 3-430pm in the Teen Lounge!
Wednesday, April 3rd from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Produced by the Gordie Foundation, Haze not only tells the tragic story of Greenwich, CT native Lynn Gordon Bailey Jr. ("Gordie") but weaves together a collection of interviews by many national experts on the subject of alcohol abuse. This documentary was created with the intent of placing a focus on the issues of binge drinking, alcohol laden hazing rituals, and rapid fire drinking games -- all common in a campus environment.
Followed by a short Q&A session featuring three Task Force members:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Presented by Darien Library Community Room, YWCA Parent Awareness, Darien Library, Thriving Youth and Family Centers.
*This film contains graphic images and nudity. This program is for parents and high school-aged students.
Thank you to all the teens who have submitted their works to the 4th Annual Teen Writing Competition. Please join us on Sunday, April 7th at 2 p.m. in the Library's Community Room for an award ceremony with judges Dulcy Brainard, Melissa Crandall, and Bill Luckey. Enjoy refreshments and fun while we announce winners across all catagories. This year, in efforts to be green a digital copy of the compiled works will be availble online after the ceremony.
And the winners are...
Scholarship Prize: Morgan Peters
Fiction 10-12: Claire Naughton
Fiction 7-9: Sarah LeHan
Nonfiction 10-12: Amanda Sload
Nonfiction 7-9: Emily Bergwall
Poetry 10-12: Katie Farren
Poetry 7-9: Erica Blaze
*Congratulations to all the winners and thanks again for all the teens who entered the contest!
Join us for Wiki-races and trivia in the Teen Lounge on Wednesday, March 13th at 3:30 p.m. We’ll also see who can invent the password that takes the longest to crack!
Come join us in the Teen Lounge today at 3:30 p.m. We will be making a Minecraft-inspired edible craft!
If you're into robotics or really just like to make stuff then register to join us on Tuesday, March 12th at 3:30pm in the Teen Lounge. Teens will build their very own Make: Brushbots. Decorate your Brushbot with eyes, teeth, and even a moustache. Add some numbers to keep track of your bot in a wild race! Hook them up and watch them go spinning around and around!
To register, please contact email@example.com or at (203) 669-5225.
Enjoy a fun afternoon decorating cookies for Valentine's Day in the Teen Lounge! Come join us today at 3:30 p.m.
Come join us for We Love Wednesdays! Send a message to everyone passing by your room with a customized door knob hanger. We will be making them at 3:30 p.m. in the Teen Lounge.
On Thursday, January 24th at 7PM join Annette Bosley-Boyce, author of The College Success Plan for the top ten secrets teens and their parents should know before Applying for college. Did you know only 36% of college students’ graduate from college within four years? Did you know a majority of college students agree to student loan terms that will last for the next 20 to 30 years of their adult lives? In this library discussion, Annette Bosley-Boyce, author of The College Success Plan, will explain unknown facts, tips, and strategies to help teens and their parents develop a realistic and beneficial plan before applying for college--one that inspires teens to set goals for themselves on career planning and college financing. By the end of this class, teens will have developed a new shift in thinking. Instead of feeling honored because they were selected by a college, they will realize that it's the college that should feel honored about being selected. This program is recommended for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors and their parents. This presentation will take place in the community room of the Library. For more information contact Teen Librarian, Erica Gauquier at firstname.lastname@example.org or (203) 669-5225.
*There will be a book signing following the program.