Food, trivia & crafts in anticipation of the 9 series of Doctor Who!
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Are you a sophmore through senior (18 years of age)?
Like working with kids?
Enjoy the challenge of helping kids K-5 with homework?
Need community service hours?
Then join our Homework Help team at Niles Public library.
Volunteering opportunities will be Monday nights 9/15-11/17 and 1st Saturdays of October and November.
To enroll and for more complete information contact Debbie Graham or Donna Block at Niles Public library.
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It's Throwback Thursday! Catch up on the original martial arts fantasy adventure before the sequel hits theaters. Pizza will be served at "intermission."
Teens create your own world or compete against friends. Complete a building challenge for a chance at a prize.
This introduction will explain what 3D printing is and how it works. We will look at some of the 3D modeling and design software available for creating objects, and review the 3D printing capability available on the Makerbot Replicator in the Creative Lab.
Spark your back to school spirit as you design creative and unique school supplies.
Life Source Blood Drive walk-in or by appointment. Appointments may be made in person at the library on Wed., Aug. 19.
Come as you are for an all-day TV binge-watch. Drop-in for a bit or stay all day. Bring your pillow for extra comfort. Snacks will be provided. Visit the Teen Underground by August 3 to vote for what series to watch!
Writing session to finish writing/editing the script for Project Playbill.
Help write, produce and perform an original play for all ages. Earn volunteer hours while having fun and expressing yourself, whether on or off stage. Be ready to share your ideas and roll up your sleeves. Attendance at every rehearsal is not required, but actors will need to be available for the performance.