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May Teen Advisory Board

The April TAB meeting was a success, but we are still looking to add more members.  For the May meeting, we are going to start working on the Teen Summer Reading Program.  Ms. Jen needs your help!

May's TAB  meeting is Thursday, May 8, from 4:00 - 5:00.

Members of the Teen Advisory Board, or TAB, will help plan programs for other teens, select books, movies and music for the teen collection, and work towards making this library a fun and safe place for other teens to come and enjoy.  read more »

Geek Out!

Are you a fanboy, otaku, a Whovian, or video game obsessed?  Do you play RPG’s, Pokemon, YuGiOh, or Magic the Gathering?

It doesn’t matter why you Geek Out, you are invited to come and Geek Out at the library on Wednesday, April 30 from 7:00 - 8:30.   There will be snacks. 

Bring your favorite game, or geek item to share.  It can be a DS, a card game, or special artifact.  Ms. Jen will be bringing her 3dsXL, and the game Munchkin, and much more.

Anyone in grades 6 - 12 is welcome to attend.

FALL STORY TIMES

FALL SESSION: September 15 - November 13

Registration is required for Rock-a-Bye Tales and Read to Me, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please register either in-person or by phone beginning Saturday, September 6 or online (NEW!) beginning Monday, September 8.

ROCK-A-BYE TALES: 6 to 23 months. Monday, Tuesday or Thursday at 9:30 a.m.

READ TO ME FOR 2 - 3's: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday at 10:15. Enjoy this special story time for 2 - 3's accompanied by a caregiver.  read more »

March Madness Battle of the Books Winner is....

Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan!  This was a surprising upset over Harry Potter, which held strong through all the rounds, and seemed like a shoe-in to take home the win.

Congrats to the winner, Nick,  who had the highest number of correct bracket picks.  Thank you to everyone who participated in March Madness 2014. 

Library launches hoopla service

Thousands of FREE movies, television shows, music albums and audiobooks are now available for mobile and online access through a new partnership with hoopla digital.  read more »

Teen Advisory Board

Cuyahoga Falls Library is looking for a few good teens who aren't afraid to share their great ideas.  Members of the Teen Advisory Board, or TAB, will help plan programs for other teens, select books, movies and music for the teen collection, and work towards making this library a fun and safe place for other teens to come and enjoy.

The first meeting of the Teen Advisory Board is on Thursday, April 10, from 4:00 - 5:00.

You will be rewarded for all your hard work at each monthly meeting...with pizza!  read more »

Anime Club for April

Just a reminder that Anime club is still going strong at Cuyahoga Falls library.  We meet two times a month, on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 - 8:30.  In April, we will have Anime club on April 2 and April 23. 

New members are always welcome to attend.  If you are under the age of 15, you must have a permission slip signed by your parent/guardian to attend.

Questions?  Call Ms. Jen at 330-928-2117 ext. 151.

Calling All Teen Poets

April brings tweeting birds, and National Poetry Month.  If you are in grades 6 -12 and like poetry, come tweet about it!  One lucky teen will randomly be selected to win a gift card to Books-A-Million. 

If you have a Twitter account, tweet an original poem and use the hashtag #CFLPoetry, or tag the library using @FallsLibrary.  If you don't use Twitter, don't worry.  You can submit an original poem to Teen Librarian in order to be considered for the gift card.  read more »

Divergent Movie Release Party

What faction are you?  If you love the book Divergent, by Veronica Roth, come and participate in your very own faction choosing ceremony at Cuyahoga Falls Library.  There will be snacks, crafts, and more.   

Thursday, March 20, 4:00 - 5:30. 

I am brave...are you?  Just remember, when you pick your faction, you choose your fate.

Anyone in grades 6 - 12 is welcome to participate.  Registration is required.  Call 330-928-2117 to register. 

 

Edible Catapults

Come make a simple (and simply delicious) machine, and prepare for some marshmallow wars.  Build and use this edible, low-tech device for target practice and some fun competitions. 

This program for Teen Tech Week is on Thursday, March 13, from 3:30 - 4:30.

Call to register for this program.  Anyone in grades 6 - 12 is welcome to attend.

 

 

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