Wednesday, November 20 6-8:30pm
Calvert Library Prince Frederick
Archive for the ‘Events’ Category
Tags: events, TACOS, teens
- You want to be involved in events for teens @ the library.
- You want to help design our teen zone
- You need volunteer hours for school.
- You have social media swag
- You love the library and want to be involved.
- You want free food
Come have some tacos and get some information during our first meeting on how you can help. Join T.A.C.O.S. (Teen Advisory Council of Students). Help make Calvert Library awesome!
Wednesday, September 25, 7:00 – 8:30pm
Tags: creativity, design, dessert, event, food, sweet, teens
Are you the creative type? Maybe competition is your thing. Even if you just want something sweet to eat, come to the library March 20th @7pm . Registration Recommended. We will provide the supplies- you just need to bring your creativity and competitive spirit See you
Tags: library, murder mystery, teen events
Whodunit? Help solve this Chi-town murder mystery, fedoras and flappers or any other 1920’s attire welcome. Light snacks provided. See you on the January 16th… unless you’re hiding something… Registration Requested
So last month we were inspired by the Day of the Dead with Sugar Skull decorating. This month you won’t want to miss our nod to the Night of the Living Dead. Bring your friends, test your survival skills and join the hunt… not for zombies- the survival scavenger hunt. Be there or you’re on your own… Registration is recommended
Hola! ¿Cómo va todo? (which means “How’s it going?”, at least according to Google Translate)
What’s going on with us, you ask back? (In English or Spanish, we understand both). Thanks for asking! As it turns out, we’re planning a super great get-to-know-you-while-eating-tacos party here at the library. For teens! Yes, for you!
On the line-up for the evening is:
- A taco bar. Seriously. A taco bar. Do you even need to keep reading?
- Sugar skull decorating! (Guess you’re glad you kept reading!)
- Traditional Mexican music. Like . . . the Macarena? (Ok, maybe not. Or maybe?)
- Your chance to meet our awesome TACOS librarian coordinator and a bunch of friends you haven’t met yet!
So who are the TACOS and why do they eat tacos? Well, the TACOS, or Teen Advisory Council of Students, are a great group of high school students from around Calvert County who help us coordinate teen services and events. In other words, they make sure we don’t slack off.
Want to meet them? And eat tacos? And make a sugar skull and dance the night away? Then join us!
Va a ser muy divertido!
Wednesday, October 17
7:00 – 8:30pm
Tags: books, Calvert County, library, summer reading, teen book, teens
It’s July and time for our second (and last) installment of our Teen Summer Book Blitz! Join us for an evening of book discussion, snacks, and getting to know each other. This month our selection is Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare (you can come even if you didn’t read the book – BUT we give the book away for FREE! Find out how at the end of the post).
When 16-year-old Tessa crosses the ocean to find her missing brother, she has no idea that she will soon become immersed in Victorian London’s supernatural underworld.
Upon arrival in England, Tessa is kidnapped by the Pandemonium Club, a secret organization of vampires, demons, warlocks, and humans who are very interested in her ability to transform into other people. She seeks refuge with the Shadowhunters and together they must fight the Pandemonium Club and their magical army of clockwork demons.
Thursday, July 26
7:00 – 8:30pm
The first ten participants to register for our Book Blitzes receive a free copy of the book. Contact your local Calvert Library branch to sign up, then stop by for your free book. If you don’t register in time to get a copy of the book for free, you can always check it out for free. Find Clockwork Angel in the Calvert Library catalog.