Teen Space at the Willmar Public Library
Teens in grades 6-12 can participate in the Teen Summer Reading Challenge by signing up at the Information Desk in the Willmar Public Library. The Challenge: Read 8 books, get 1 free! Challenge Winners also get a shot at our Grand Prize so rise to the challenge and Read to the Rhythm! The Challenge begins Monday, June 8th and ends Friday, August 28th.
Tuesday, June 10th at 4PM
This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales. Nearly a year after a failed suicide attempt, sixteen-year-old Elise discovers that she has the passion, and the talent, to be a disc jockey.
Come join us as we enjoy pizza and discuss this month's current books. Beware! There will be spoilers.
Friday, June 12th & 19th at 3:30PM
Come to the library for a place to just hangout and do whatever. We've got Super Smash Bros. on the Wii, a mobile computer lab, a variety of tabletop games, and plenty of spots to sit and read.
Tuesday, June 16th at 4PM
Did you love your latest book so much you wanted to cry? Was it only okay but didn't live up to the hype? Did you hate it so much you were grinding your teeth until the bitter end? Come chat about it!
Monday, June 22nd at 5:30PM
This music themed movie has a new sequel so be sure to get in the groove by watching the original here at the library. Movie snacks provided. Rated PG-13 for sexual material, language and drug reference. Runtime: 112 minutes. For movie title call 320-235-3162.
Friday, July 10th from 3-4PM
Come make awesome art for your room by etching cool designs on CDs. Supplies are limited so register online here or over the phone (320-235-3162). Teens: 12+
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