May 2018

Teen Programs

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Teen Programming is in full gear this Spring. Cat Carter from Asnuntuck Community College shared job search tips on March 27 with a roomful of teens and a few parents as well. Important tip: Make sure your voicemail is clear and professional! On April 7, teens designed and built chariots to be raced around a track using Mini-Spheros as the engine. And, April 27 was scheduled for the Dance Moves for Prom program.

What’s coming up in May?

Teen Coffee House @The Library is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school for middle and high schoolers. Stop by for free snacks, coffee, and activities or just finish some homework.

Mother’s Day Science Saturday is a bring your mom/grandma/friend event! Festivities include country western line dancing with robots and making Bath Bombs for mom to enjoy an at-home spa day. May 12 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Senior Center. Lunch provided. Register at suffield-library.org

The Friends of Kent Memorial Library has funded several new tech toys, including our Mini-Spheros, 3D pens, chemistry kits and roller coaster projects. Join us at our STEM Challenge Faire for lots of new activities on June 2 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Senior Center. Lunch is provided. Please register at suffield-library.org

Be on the lookout on the library website to sign up for Summer Camp Programming like Stop-Action Animation Movie Making, Leadership in your Community, Creative Writing and Publishing a Zine!, Art Experience and Cybersecurity and Graphic Novel workshops.

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