Posts Tagged: Contests
Bring your own cards for our Holiday Yu-Gi-Oh Tournament. Win prizes! Snack on tasty goodies!
When: Dec. 28, 2-4:30pm
Where: 6960 W. Oakton St. Niles, IL
Who: Grades 7-12
A lot of our contestants enjoy displaying and trading cards. Just be careful to keep an eye on your cards throughout the tournament, so that none “walk off.”
Join our winter reading club now through January 31, 2012!
Earn a prize after reading 4 books and qualify to enter the grand prize drawing for an Amazon Kindle Fire!
There are two ways to sign up and log your books:
1) Log your books online here. Then, review and rate the books you’ve read.
2) Pick up a book log at the Fiction or Reference service desks. Once completed, return your log and pick up a prize at the Fiction or Reference desks.
Going on vacation?
Record your books wherever you go with online access.
Call 847-663-6613 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
* The Grand prize winner must be 12-18 years old and have a Niles Library card in good standing.
The winner of our annual Teen Read Week Art Contest is Anna Koziol of Niles, IL. Here is her winning artwork:
Her banner will decorate this blog beginning November 1, and will rotate monthly with the other finalists chosen by our teen advisory board and librarians. Here is the full list of finalists:
2nd Place (tie): Nora Benson, Sergio F.
3rd Place (tie): Carolin Moy, Miguel P.
Finalists: Karyn M., Sava K.
Congratulations! All of their artwork can be viewed on our flickr site. Meet some of the artists at an art show and concert at he library this Sunday, October 30 from 2-4pm. Local band The Copy Chiefs will perform at 2:00, and there will be refreshments.
Thank you to everyone who submitted entries this year.
Enter the Niles Public Library District’s Teen Read Week “Picture It” Art Contest by October 14! Your original artwork could decorate the library and this blog.
Entries will be judged by the Teen Advisory Board and displaeyd at a public reception on October 30. Finalists will appear online, and first place will also receive a $50 gift card.
Email your entries to email@example.com or bring them to the library at 6960 W. Oakton St. Niles, IL 60714.
The sun has finally come out, school is almost done with for the year, and Summer Reading is almost upon us.
Our Summer Reading program kicks off June 6. Sign up, read 4 books and you could win an iPod Touch and other prizes (like free food, free books, movies and maybe even a cool t-shirt).
Save trees this year and check out one of our brand new Sony Readers. They come loaded with 22 titles, including The Hunger Games trilogy and some fascinating nonfiction like The Glass Castle.
Come to our kick-off event for free food, prizes, and fun!
When: Monday, June 6 4:00-8:00pm
Where: Board Room, 6960 W. Oakton St. Niles, IL
Congratulations to our winning poets! The winning poems will be displayed on the 3rd floor throughout the month. They are also published in free booklet.
1st Place: “This Place” by Surdeep Chauhan
2nd Place: “Lonely Girl” by Grace Park
3rd Place: “If my Words were Golden” by Michael Welch
Pick up a copy of our free poetry booklet today!
The votes are in! 119 teens voted in our annual Teen Choice Awards. Thank you to everyone who voted. Now, here are the results:
Favorite Song: It’s a Four-Way Tie!
All The Lights by Kanye West
Born This Way by Lady Gaga
Like A G6 by Far East Movement
Speak Now by Taylor Swift
Favorite Video Game:
Call of Duty: Black Ops won in a landslide!
The next two were not even close. Tied for second are:
Super Smash Brothers Brawl
2. Just Go With It
3. The Hangover
4. The Social Network
Favorite TV Show:
Jersey Shore is number 1!
Tied for second are:
2. Family Guy
4. Pretty Little Liars
5. Two and a Half Men
Favorite Music Video:
Whip My Hair by Willow Smith
Second place is four-way a tie between:
Love the Way You Lie by Eminem featuring Rihanna
We R Who We R by Ke$ha
Poker Face by Lady Gaga
Firework by Katy Perry
Favorite Music Artists: in order of total votes
1. Lady Gaga
3. Katy Perry
4. Justin Bieber
Enter our poetry contest by April 17, 2011!
Winning poems will be printed in a booklet and displayed at the library.
First Prize: $75 certificate Second Prize: $50 certificate Third Prize: $25 certificate
Contest is open to residents of Chicago and suburbs.
To enter you must be between 10 and 18 years old as of April 17, 2011.
Limit 6 poems per poet.
Include your name, age, address and phone number.