I mentioned last Wednesday that this week I’d share more information about our new program for this fall. Last spring we had our first graduate from our staple Crafternoon program, and we decided to take the opportunity to start a version for tweens and teens, called Teens Create. We’re quite excited about it for two rea- sons. Firstly, we finally have an opportunity to try all the projects that were really cool, but too advanced for some of our Crafternoon crowd (which spans from kindergarten to grade 6). Secondly, Teens Create won’t just be about doing our project. We’ll have something ready each week, for those who want to see what we’re up to, but we know that lots of teens have passions of their own. So, we’re inviting teens to bring their own projects, too, whether they just want to create with friends or they’re looking for a bit of help. After all, if librarians can’t help, they’re pretty awesome at finding someone who can!
Teens Create runs Monday from 4-5pm, ing September 12.
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