Events: Camas Public Library Offers Many New Youth Activities
The Camas Public Library has some fun upcoming events!
TEEN OVERNIGHT MOVIE LOCK-IN!
Teens, spend the night in the library! Vote for and watch movies all night long. More information and permission slip. Deadline for turning in the permission slip is Tuesday, January 29th.
We are still looking for adult chaperones! Email [email protected] if you are interested and want more information.
BOOK TO ART, JR.
A new book group for students in grades 6-8 and their adult. Pick up your free copy of the book at the Library. Read the book, make some art, meet at the Library to discuss both, and then you get to keep the book for free!
We will be discussing The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett on Thursday, February 28th at 6:30pm. Sign up required, and space is limited.
Call the Library at 360.834.4692 to sign up.
NEEDLE FELTED BIRDS
A workshop for teens and adults. Led by visual artist LeBrie Rich. Supplies provided; sign-up required. Saturday, January 26th at 1:00
OREO COOKIE CHALLENGE
Can you guess the flavor? For 6th through 12th grade. Friday, February 15th at 4pm.
A fun drop-in craft opportunity for teens! Every month we will make something different. Middle and High School students welcome. Tuesday, March 27th 4-5:30pm.
TEEN ZINE CLUB
Are you the creative type? Come to our Teen Zine Club! Work alone or in groups on zines, comics, artist books, or other paper projects. The first Wednesday of every month 4-5:30pm. For 6th-12th grades.
All ages and skill welcome! Instruction and yarn provided, and loaner hooks available. Thursdays at 3:30-5pm. Led by Laurinda Reddig from ReCrochetions.
ALL AGES BOOK SWAP
Trade your used books with others, and take home as many as you bring. Saturday, February 23rd at 3-5pm. Come any time!
JAPANESE ANIME AND CULTURE
Teens! Take a look at Japanese anime and learn the connections it has to modern Japanese culture. Come if you love anime or want to learn about Japan! Japanese snacks provided. Tuesday, March 5th at 4:30pm.
Presented by Camas High School Senior Megan Shellman.
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