Discover where reading can take you this summer! Sign up for the Teen Summer Reading Program, pick up your passport, and begin logging books and completing activities from a variety of categories for a chance to win awesome prizes. Register online or at the Reader Services Desk throughout the summer reading season.
Do you have an interest in teen services at the Library? Would you like to help plan programs, discuss books that you love, and brainstorm with your peers and Library staff? Join us after school for a TAB meeting to share your ideas. TAB meets monthly and service points are awarded for participation. Pizza will be served.
Sewing for Service: 1 Million Pillowcase Challenge
Thursday, June 21, 1-4 PM Community Room • Ages 13+ & Adults
Use your sewing skills for a good cause. American Patchwork & Quilting challenges quilters, sewers, and crafters to help reach the goal of donating one million pillowcases to local charities. We provide the instruction, materials, and sewing machines; you provide the creativity. Adults are welcome to bring their own machine. Teens receive service hours. Just drop in.
Escape Room: Zombie Outbreak
FOR TEENS: Friday, July 13, 4:30OR6 OR7:30 PM • Community Room East
Ages 13-18 • Limit 8 Per Session
The evil Dr. Johnson wants to turn the whole world into zombies. He has hidden a cure in his laboratory. Can you solve his puzzles and find the cure before it’s too late?! Participants may only sign up for one session.
Make a bandana pillow, drawstring bag or crop top. We provide the supplies; you pick the project and the colors for some DIY fun. Registration begins June 19.
PSAT or SAT Prep Tests
Saturday, July 28, Noon-3:30 PM • Community Room West
Grades 9-12 • Limit 40 C2 Education will facilitate practice tests for either the PSAT or SAT. Gain experience with these tests, now standards for Illinois college testing. Bring pencils and a calculator.
Professional tutors from College Nannies + Tutors of Glenview guide you through a practice ACT test. It’s a great way to gain testing experience in a relaxed environment. Participants have three hours to complete the test and one hour to review answers. Bring pencils and a calculator.
High School Parent Orientation: Motivating & Guiding Your New High School Student
A C2 Education representative discusses how to navigate the academic track of a new high school student, explains standardized tests and college admissions, and answers parents’ questions about motivating their new student through high school life—just in time for the new school year.
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