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Teen Services - Programs for Teens
Community Service Opportunity: Warm Up Your Neighbor

Help your neighbors in need and earn community service hours at the same time. Hand-knit or crochet a scarf or hat and receive a letter for 10 hours of community service hours.

*This program is open to Nyack School District students only.*

For more info, contact Jennifer Daddio at the library.

Teens: Get Published! Submit Your Work to SCRAWL

The Teen Librarian Division of the Library Association of Rockland County is proud to announce that they will be publishing their first collection of fiction, non-fiction and poetry written by teens in Rockland County (SCRAWL: Rockland Teens Write 2016). Submissions are open to anyone in grades 6-12 that lives in Rockland County and may be no longer than 2000 words in length. This will be a juried publication featuring guest editors Carolyn MacCullough, Emmy Laybourne, and JG Faherty! There will also be a separate art contest that will be used for the cover. The book launch will be at a Rockland County Library (tba) on Friday, May 13, 2016.

The deadline for this February 8th.

Please submit entries to rocklandteenswrite@gmail.com


How to Pay for College: A Seminar for Students and Parents

Monday, February 8 @ 7pm



Joshua Marber, MS.Ed., will advise teens and their families on how to pay for college. He will provide helpful information, such as how to get the most financial aid from the government and colleges, how to fill out the FAFSA & other financial aid forms, and searching and applying for scholarships.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Anti-Valentine's Day Lock-in for Teens

Friday, February 12, 5:30-7:30pm


Join us for our first Teen Anti-Valentine's Day celebration for grades 6-12! Tickets will be available at the information desk beginning January 18.

A signed permission form by a parent or guardian is required.


Teen Chocolate Olympics

Wednesday, February 17, 6:30 pm


Relay races, pie eating contests, and more! Bring your appetites and your competitive spirit!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Henna Tattoos for Teens

Wednesday, March 2 @ 7pm


Mayuri Parikh will discuss the history of henna painting and show you how to prepare and apply henna to yourself and others. All materials will be provided.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Creative Code: Programing as Art

Monday, March 7 @ 7pm


Celebrate Teen Tech Week @ VCL and learn how creative computer programing makes art! In this workshop, students will learn how to use computer programing to create a simple interactive art piece. Everyone will walk away with a piece of art that they have coded!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
3D Animation

Wednesday, March 9 @ 7pm


Celebrate Teen Tech Week @ VCL and learn the basics of Computer Animation, the backbone of movies, games and mobile entertainment. In this workshop, students learn how to create a realistic flag blowing in the wind. Everyone will walk away with a finished animation!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Book Hipsters

Wednesday, March 16 @ 6pm


Earn community service by recommending ANY books that you love to other attendees. This will also assist the library in making future material purchases for the YA collection. Please register in advance so we know how much pizza to order!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.


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