Programs for Teens
Starting today, come pick up a list of challenges and clues for a library scavenger hunt. You can work solo or as a team to complete the list by Oct. 17 for a chance to win a Barnes & Noble gift card. We’ll compare answers at the first ever Ashland Tween Night. Ages 11 and older. Parental permission required.
Compete in a variety of Wii sports for a chance at a gold medal. Show us which sport you rock. We'll have treats and other goodies. Grades 6-8.
Antony John is the author of the Elemental trilogy, "Five Flavors of Dumb," "Thou Shalt Not Road Trip" and other great teen books. He visits the library to help us celebrate Teen Read Week. A native of England, he graduated from Oxford University with a degree in music and received his Ph.D. from Duke University. He now lives with his family in St. Louis. Books will be for sale by Barnes and Noble and a book signing will follow the program. Ages 11 and older.
Challenge your friends to a game on our Wii U console or to a board game tournament. If you've played our scavenger hunt (clues available Oct. 1 at the library), bring in your list and proof of completed tasks tonight. We'll see who did the best as we eat some pizza! Bring your friends for this after-hours event. Ages 11 and older.
Celebrate the upcoming Hobbit movie and the Dwarven new year with dwarvish crafts and a free pizza lunch! Ages 12-18. Registration begins Tuesday, October 28.
Think you have the best dance moves? Prove it! Bring your moves and your friends to this fun dance competition using "Just Dance" on the Wii U. We'll have treats and other goodies. Grades 6-8.
Celebrate the upcoming Hobbit movie and the Dwarven new year with dwarvish crafts and a free pizza lunch! Ages 12 and older.