October 13, 2014
During the week of October 12-18, local teens will join thousands of libraries, schools, and bookstores across the country to “Turn Dreams into Reality.” Chattahoochee Valley Libraries is celebrating Teen Read Week, with special events and programs aimed at encouraging teens to read for the fun of it! Teen Read Week is a time to take advantage of reading in all its forms- book, magazines, e-books, audiobooks and more! It is also a great opportunity to encourage local teens to become regular library users.
Check out what’s going on at your branch:
COLUMBUS PUBLIC LIBRARY
Monday October 13th
Rainbow Loom and Paper Bead Bracelets to celebrate Turning Dreams into Reality.
Redesign Book Covers
Monday, October 13-Saturday, October 18th
Teens will submit redesigned book covers (hand-drawn, photo shopped, photographed, LEGO or sculpted) for a contest.
Monday, October 13- Saturday, October 18th
Teens will write their greatest dreams in tweet form (140 characters or less) on Post-it notes.
MILDRED TERRY PUBLIC LIBRARY
Tell Your Story
Tuesday, October 14
Calling all young writers. Turn your story into a stunning animated video with video storytelling software.
Fun Day Friday: Spooktacular Party
NORTH COLUMBUS PUBLIC LIBRARY
AMPed: DubLab: DubStep Music Production
Thursday, October 16
Join us for a course in dubstep digital music production and learn how to create a dubstep opus of your own.
SOUTH COLUMBUS PUBLIC LIBRARY
Wednesday, October 15