June Events for Teens at Memorial Hall Library

Summer Reading Club for Teens

Starting Monday, June 17, teens entering grades 6 through 12 can pick up reading logs in the Teen Room to participate in our Summer Reading Club. Our goal is for teens to read 5 books or for 10 hours over the summer. Each teen that completes this goal will receive coupons for free food from Andover businesses, a free book, a pencil, and raffle tickets for our grand prize drawings. The last day to turn in reading logs is Saturday, August 17. Call 978-623-8432 or email ya@mhl.org for more information.

Summer Reading Launch Party for All Ages

On Tuesday, June 25 from 5:30 pm to 8 pm, children, teens, and adults will help us finish our countdown to our Summer Reading program. We will have food trucks and a photbooth in the parking lot, the Star Lab planetarium in Memorial Hall, and a scavenger hunt all throughout the building! Help us celebrate our favorite time of year with this exciting event. For more information about all of our Summer Reading programs and events, please visit www.mhl.org/srp2019.

MHL events are for teens in grades 6-12. Unless otherwise specified, no registration is required. Check out the blog for news, events, book recommendations and more at http://mhlteenroom.tumblr.com and follow the Teen Room on Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat @mhlteenroom.

Other June Events for Teens:

Thursday, June 20 from 2:30 pm to 4 pm - Dungeons & Dragons for Teens: Create a character and learn about tabletop RPGs at 2:30 pm or come for the campaign’s start at 3:00 pm. All in grades 6 through 12 are welcome; no RPG experience or registration necessary.

Fridays, June 14, 21, and 28 from 2:30-4:30 pm – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Join us in the Activity Room to play Super Smash Brothers on our Nintendo Switch.

Wednesday, June 26 at 3 pm – Craft Buffet: Missed a craft this month or just want to use our craft supplies? Sample our supplies and let your creativity run wild!

All programs for teens are sponsored by the Friends of MHL.

 

 

 

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