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Apr 20, (Sunday, April 20 - CLOSED)
Teen Book Reviewers: Volunteer Opportunity
Rust Library
Apr 21, (March-May 2014)
National Library Week: Lives change @ your library
Sterling Library
Apr 21, -Apr. 30 (Throughout April)
Lights, Camera, Action!: iMovie Editing presented by Professional Filmmaker Marshall Johnson Jr.
Gum Spring Library
Apr 21, 6:30-8:30 pm
Teen Choice Book Club
Cascades Library
Apr 22, 1:00 pm
Reading Buddies Volunteer Orientation
Gum Spring Library
Apr 22, 4:15 pm
Looking for Help in Math?
Gum Spring Library
Apr 22, 5:30-7:00 pm (Tuesdays, March 4, 11 & 25, April 1, 8, 15 & 22 and May 13, 20 & 27, 5:30-7:00 pm)
World Book Night Kick-Off with Author Alethea Kontis
Gum Spring Library
Apr 22, 7:00 pm
ESOL: English Conversation Group
Rust Library
Apr 23, 10:30 am (Wednesdays, 10:30 am)

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Teen Films Win National Competition
Monday, April 14, 2014 (8 reads)


Each year the Collaborative Summer Reading Program organization designs the summer reading program theme for any library in the country that wants to participate. This year they hosted a teen film competition, asking teens from all 50 states to submit films to advertise for their library's summer reading program. 26 winners were announced today. Check out the winners here.

If these inspire you to make your own film, do it!! LCPL hosts a teen film competition every summer, and this is our 9th year. Submissions are accepted June 16 - July 27. Need some help editing your film? Attend our iMovie Editing workshop on Monday, August 21 at Gum Spring Library. Registration is required.

Have any questions? See a librarian at your favorite library!



      
The War in Europe is Ended
Monday, April 07, 2014 (27 reads)


The War in Europe is Ended
Those words, scrawled across the front of the New York Times the day following Japan's surrender, marked the end of World War II. The men and women who fought in that war are known as "the greatest generation". However, teenagers - men and women as young as sixteen - were soliders, nurses, and bystanders of that war, too. Read these novels to experience harrowing accounts from pilots, soldiers, and prisoners.



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Film Workshop Series - perfect your script, filming, and editing skills
Friday, March 28, 2014 (48 reads)


     

The 9th Annual Teen Film Competition is coming your way this Summer. We will begin accepting entries on June 16.

To prepare yourself, your script, your props, and your skills, how about coming to one of our film workshops?

                   


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Go Green Over These Titles
Monday, March 17, 2014 (80 reads)



Go green over these books. (Don’t try to read too deep into this. The only thing they have in common is their green covers.)


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Ha-ha-hilarious Reads
Monday, March 03, 2014 (145 reads)


Can you laugh in the face of adversity? It’s not easy navigating adolescence, but humor can keep a person going. These books find the yuks along the way.



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