CUPCAKE WARS! – Wednesday April 22, 3:30 PM
Posted by Michael Gorzka on April 21st, 2015
We will provide gluten free cupcakes and toppings for an afternoon of competitive decorating.
The best part is you get to eat the cupcakes after.
This event is open to any teen in grades 6—12.
Registration is required.
Please sign up at the Youth Services Desk or call 725-5242 ext. 225
Please let staff know of any food allergies.
Unfortunately severe nut allergies cannot be accommodated for.
Tide Pools: Life on the Rocky Shore
Posted by Michael Gorzka on February 17th, 2015
Dip your hands into the three zones of Maine’s rocky intertidal ecosystem and touch some of the ocean’s most magnificent species!
Chewonki will bring its traveling tide pool to the library and teach us about the unique adaptations of the creatures who live in the tides.
Day & Times: Thursday February 19, 10:30 am and 12:30 pm.
Please choose one program to attend. Space is limited.
Sponsored by Cornerstones of Science.
Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Contact: Youth Services 725-5242, x225
FUZZY Nerf Turf – Friday November 28, 7:30 PM
Posted by Michael Gorzka on November 8th, 2014
This event needs adult chaperones in order to take place. Call Teen Librarian Melissa Orth at 725-5242 x227 to volunteer.
Lock-in + Nerf fights = fun.
Since it is NOVEMBER and/or NoSHAVEmber, we are going to have a Fuzzy Nerf Turf and make facial hair out of yarn and card stock for a face off of the beards against the moustached.
This is a chaperoned event (in need of chaperones, see above).
Bring your own gear, food, and drinks and put your name on everything – including pellets.
Registration is required and begins Monday November 24 at 9:30am with a limit of 20 teens entering grades 6 – 12.
To register, call 725-5242 x225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Once you have registered, we will confirm your participation in the event.
All registrants must arrive between 7:15 and 7:25 at the Morrell Meeting Room entrance on Middle Street.
The doors will lock at 7:30.
Wear sneakers or other closed toe shoes suitable for running.
Goggles or other protective eye gear is recommended.