Teen and Children's Programs & Events at the Somers Library for December 2020
These events are all virtual. Please click here to register on our online calendar in order to have access to these events. You will receive an invitation prior to the start of the event.
How to Choose a College: Making college choices during COVID. Wednesday December 2, 7:00-8:00 pm. In this webinar, you will learn how to create a quality college list when you can't visit and get to know any of the students on campus. We'll answer questions like: Are there tools that can help? Where do I start? How many colleges should I consider? We will go over a toolset that will personalize a decision criteria system for each student. Additionally, once accepted, find out how to choose the right college for you during this pandemic. Join us for this can't-miss event!
Virtual - Teen Kahoot! Trivia More Dates! - Thursdays, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Meeting dates: 12/3, 12/17, 1/7 & 1/21/21. Join us for a virtual quiz challenge for teens in grades 7 and up using Kahoot, an online app. Teens will compete for small prizes in a variety of trivia categories. All teens must compete as individuals. Space is limited to 20 participants. Instagram: Follow us @somers_library_teens to find out about new classes, programs, volunteer and service opportunities for teens.
Virtual: Teen Chill Out Crafts. Fridays, 12/4, 12/18, 1/8, & 1/22/21, 4:30 - 5:30 pm. Need to bust the winter blues? Need time to relax and make something crafty? Then join us via Zoom for Teen Chill Out Crafts! We will make:
- Light bulb Snowman
- Needle-Felted Gnome
- Recycled Greeting Card Ornamental Ball
- Glittery Butterfly.
Space is limited to 10 participants. Please sign up on our online events calendar. You will receive an invitation prior to the start of the webinar. Important: the library will supply most of the supplies for these crafts. Please call or email the library to make a curbside pickup appointment to get your supplies!
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Enjoy the beauty of the season in the park and the outdoors as you walk in a socially distant manner around the outside of the library and read: