Posts Tagged: library
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!
The library turns 50 this weekend! Help us celebrate.
Saturday 2:00-3:15pm: Meet illustrator Chris Sheban, check out all the winning entries in our bookmark competition, and enjoy free refreshments!
Sunday 3:00-4:00pm: Bring something to include in the library time capsule! It won’t be opened until 2059. What will people 50 years from now think of our lives today?
Need a book but short on cash? Try Better World Books – they’re kinda’ like amazon, but they specialize in used books.
Better yet, borrow books for free from the library! Search our catalog using the handy widget on our website. If we don’t have the book you need, then we can probably get it for you from another library. And you won’t have to pay for shipping!
Voting for Niles’ 2009 Teen Choice Awards began March 1, and continues through March 31. Vote for you favorite music, movies, games, and more! Get a small prize when you vote, and you’ll also be entered in our grab bag raffle.
Vote at either the Reference or A/V desks.
Questions? Ask a Librarian! If the chat box says that no one is available, then email email@example.com or call 847-663-6434.
Stay tuned for Teen Tech Week, March 8-14.
Participate in our Teen Tech Night on March 10!
Teen Tech Night
Try tech toys & show off your texting and Internet skills to win prizes!
When: March 10, 5-7 pm
Where: Board Room
Publisher ABC-CLIO is hosting a new history research competition, History Uncovered. Teams of 2-6 high school students can compete for cash prizes for them and their school. From the History Uncovered website:
Select the top 10 people, events, or places that have shaped the course of history.
Choose from the following options:
U.S. Government and Civics
Ancient World History (through late Middle Ages, A.D. 1500)
Modern World History (A.D. 1500 through present)
Prizes for the High School Competition will be awarded in each of the five categories.
Prizes include digital whiteboards, monetary grants, ABC-CLIO online database product subscriptions for schools, and cash awards for student winners. All Team Entries have an opportunity to be included in the History Uncovered Hall of Fame, and are also eligible for monthly drawings for school site prizes!
Join us on Tuesday, Feb. 3 for pizza and online videos!
All teens are welcome to watch, share, and discuss videos via youtube, vimeo, and more. Learn how to make your own videos using our equipment, and help us make & post videos to the library’s youtube site.
When: 6:00pm, Tuesday, feb. 3
Where: Board Room
Join teachers and students from the Niles School of Cosmetology for a free hairstyling workshop. Learn how to keep your hair healthy and looking great, and go home with a braid, twist, or up-do.
When: 2:00-4:00pm Saturday, Jan. 31
Where: in the library’s large meeting room
Monday, Jan. 19 is Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday! To honor King’s legacy, why not join in a national day of service? Visit: http://www.mlkday.gov/ to learn more.
To serve local students, the Niles Public Library will also provide Open Gaming!
Monday, Jan 19, 2:30-5:00pm
Play Guitar Hero and other games on our big screens, and learn how you can get involved at the library!