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Summer Reading Program for Adults and Teens
June 3rd to August 9th
Join us as for our Summer Reading Program for Teens and Adults! This year's theme is Have Book, Will Travel! We’ve got so many awesome programs planned to take you on a variety of journeys this summer: learn a new craft style, join one of our awesome books clubs, find that level of personal motivation that you’ve been looking to achieve. We’ve got something for every teen and adult in the family to combat those summer boredom blues! Plant your tired feet in a comfy spot and relax with a good book…and earn a few prizes along the way! Stop by Adult Services to sign up and check out our amazing prizes.
Roadtrip Reads: Teen Edition
June 18th: Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick by Joe Schreiber
Meeting Room B
Join us for this awesomely amazing book discussion group. The topics will be chosen by the group, for the group. Here’s the description of our first book: “Perry's parents insist that he take Gobi, their quiet, Lithuanian exchange student, to senior prom but after an incident at the dance, he learns that Gobi is actually a trained assassin who needs him as a henchman, behind the wheel of his father's precious Jaguar, on a mission in Manhattan.” Sound intriguing? Stop in, pick up a copy of this exciting and uplifting read and check us out.
Summer Travel Journal
Meeting Room A
Doing some travelling this summer? Just staying home and thinking of journaling? Join the library to make an awesome custom travel journal. We'll go over lettering techniques to make your journal unique. Registration Required!
DIY Tank Top Travel Bag
Meeting Room A
Bring in a tank top to learn how to make a simple and fun travel tote! Carry your treasures and live a little bit greener at the same time. (Cotton tank tops will work best!) Earn extra Summer Reading Raffle Tickets for registering! Summer Reading participation not required. Registration preferred.
Houdini: His Life and Legend
Meeting Room A&B
Who was this man who could walk through walls and, at a snap, vanish an elephant? In this interactive storytelling, magic show you will meet the astonishing Houdini: magician, daredevil, ghost buster & king of escape artists. Registration required—this one will fill up quickly! Age limit: 8 to 16.
Duct Tape Passport Wallet
Meeting Room A
Use some of our fun, shiny duct tape to make yourself a wallet that can hold your pass port or personal calendar! Registration is required for all participants for this event.
Please register for the listed programs by calling (815) 485-2605 x123 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
or click on CALENDAR on our web page to register online.
Are you looking for a great way to use your computer expertise, and earn community service
hours? The New Lenox Public Library is looking for teens interested in being helpers during
our computer classes. The commitment is minimal. If interested, call Colleen
Waltman at (815) 485-2605 x.128 or email her