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Enjoy a fun public performance for all ages! Fairy Tales Abridged is an original play written and produced by local teens. Forget eveyrthing you thought you knew about fairy tales…
When: Saturday, July 25th at 11:00am
Where: Large Meeting Room at 6960 W. Oakton St. in Niles
Check out some of these books that have been turned into summer movies. Which is better, the movie or the book? Tell us what you think and you could win a gift card!
My Sister’s Keeper opened June 26.
I Love You, Beth Cooper opens July 10.
Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince opens July 15.
Wednesday June 24
Large Meeting Room
Transform your boring, old shirts into unique fashions with tie-dye paint and simple cutting & sewing techniques. Bring a shirt that you’d like to customize or grab one of ours to experiment with. Is your shirt too big, too small, or just too plain? There’s a project to make it work for you!
Cotton shirts will work best with tie-dye.
Summerize sweaters with scissors!
Join Summer Reading and earn prizes!
Read 4 books (or 3 books and 1 magazine, blog, poem, movie – basically whatever you want) to be entered in our monthly prize drawings for passes to Brunswick bowling, Brookfield Zoo and Navy Pier.
Plus, you’ be entered in our grand prize drawing for an Apple ipod.
Register by August 3 and complete at least one reading log by August 29. Turn in mutliple logs for more chances to win a prize!
Get all the details here, at our website.
Like to Read?
Have Some Free Time This Summer?
You Can Be A Book Buddy!
Read to children and listen to them read aloud. Come to the library just once a week for an hour. Book buddies need to be entering Grade 8 or higher. Earn Community Service hours!
Call Clara at (847) 663-6628 for more information. The Niles Public Library District provides all materials and training.
Book Buddies are awesome!
When: June 1 – July 31
Got a band together? Looking for a gig? Compete in our virtual battle of the bands! Make a video of your band playing any song and post it online. Then, send us a link to your video. The deadline for entries is 5pm July 31.
Attend the video screening on August 20 to vote for your favorite and show support for your band. The winning band will get $100 and an exclusive deal to perform at the library.
For more information: contact Donna at email@example.com or 847-663-6434; and Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-663-6618.
Please include: your band name, band members’ names and ages, address, phone number, and any library card number with your entry. Local teens and librarians will vote for their favorite. Band members must be between the ages 12-21 as of July 31, 2009. Only bands from Illinois are eligible to win.
There are lots of opportunities for teens to earn service hours plus have a fun volunteer experience this summer!
Summer Reading Volunteers
Teens entering grades 7-12 in the fall are invited to volunteer in Youth Services this summer! Attend one orientation session later this month (May 27 or May 29) to volunteer for the Summer Reading Club.
Talented local teens wrote a hilarious play, now we need actors & artists to create a successful performance this summer! Auditions take place MondayJune 29; and rehearsals run Monday, Wednesday, Friday through July 24. Our final performance & party takes place July 25. You don’t have to attend every single rehearsal to help out!
You’ve been selected for the 74th annual Hunger Games…
Describe in 500 words or less how you would survive the Games for a chance to win lunch in New York with author Suzanne Collins.
Enter the Contest at Scholastic’s website.
100 runners up will receive a copy of the sequel, Catching Fire.
Not familiar with The Hunger Games? Check it out!