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Searching For Tech Savvy Teens

Your friendly neighborhood teen librarian, Ms. Jen, is looking for a few reliable and tech savvy teens who would be interested in helping others learn how to use their ipads, smart phones, tablets and other devices to download library materials.  If your school takes service credit hours, this might count.  If you have questions, or are interesting in helping, call Jen Morton at 330-928-2117, or email her at jmorton@cuyahogafallslibrary.org.

FREE COMIC BOOK DAY

Free Comic Book Day is coming soon to Cuyahoga Falls Library.  On Saturday May 4, we will be giving away comic books for free!  Comics will be available on a first come, first serve basis.  Limit one per patron.  Don't forget to browse our extensive collection of comics and graphic novels that are always available for checkout. 

You can also check out Free Comic Book Day at our friendly neighborhood comic book store, JC Comics & Cards.  read more »

Anime Club in April

The next meeting of the Cuyahoga Falls Library anime club is on Wednesday, April 17, from 7:00-8:30.  We are currently recruiting members of anime club to represent our group during the Memorial Day Parade in Cuyahoga Falls.  If you are interested in anime club or participating in the parade, contact Jen Morton at  jmorton@cuyahogafallslibrary.org, or by phone 330-928-2117. 

Love Stinks...but Chocolate Doesn't

For those of you who dread February 14, and would rather wear black then red, don't despair.  Come to the anti-Valentine's Day celebration at Cuyahoga Falls Library, February 14, from 3:30-4:30. 

Join us in black or red and get rid of those blues.  There will be food, games, and awesomeness. 

Anime Club in January

Calling all Otaku!  Anime club meets every other week at the Cuyahoga Falls Library.  The next anime club meets in January on  Wednesday, January 9 and January 23, from 7:00 - 8:30.  Young adults ages 12-17 are invited to drop in and check out the Anime Club.  Anyone younger than 15 is required to have a signed parental permission slip.   If you are interested or have any questions, please email Jen Morton at jmorton@CuyahogaFallsLibrary.org or call her at 330-928-2117.

Teen Read Week 2012

Come celebrate Teen Read Week at the Cuyahoga Falls Library, from Sunday October 14 - Saturday October 20.   This year's theme is "It Came From the Library", so come for the creepy programs and have a ghoulishly good time.  read more »

Banned Books Week

Get caught reading a book during banned books week, September 30 - October 6.  If a staff member 'catches' you reading a banned book during this week, you will be entered into a prize drawing for a $20 BAM gift certificate.  Or feel free to submit a creative photo of yourself or someone else reading a banned book.  Contest entries or 'getting caught' must happen by October 6 to be eligible for the prize drawing.  read more »

Teen Tech Tuesdays in September

School has started, but are you really prepared?  Do you have a smartphone, a tablet, or a laptop computer and want to learn about great apps that will help you in school?  On the third Tuesday of every month at the Cuyahoga Falls Library, come and discover apps that can help you study, strategies to protect yourself online, and help for all your tech devices! 

The September meeting for Teen Tech Tuesdays is Tuesday, September 18, 7-8 pm. 

*If you have a gadget or a device that you need help with, bring it with you.

Own the Night - Teen Summer Reading Program

The teen summer reading program at the Cuyahoga Falls Library will take place from June 5 through July 28.  Those entering grades 6th - 12th are welcome to participate.  There will be many opportunities for teens to participate in programs and win prizes this summer. 

The rules are very simple.  read more »

Own the Night - Summer Programs for Teens

Tuesdays this summer at the Cuyahoga Falls Library are Teen Tuesdays!  Come learn a new craft, play some games, and even listen to some live music.  All programs, except for the Wizard Rock Concert, are for those in grades 6th-12th only.  The Wizard Rock Concert is all ages.  For any questions, or to register, call (330) 928-2117.  read more »

 

 

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