Come decorate rocks for the Teen Scavenger Hunt on August 3rd! All materials will be provided. After the craft, Russ Wilder, a licensed professional geologist, will be giving a presentation on the rocks of New Hampshire with plenty of samples for hands-on exploration! Refreshments will be served during the presentation! The craft segment is for ages 12 - 18 (or those entering grades 6 - 12), and no registration is required. The geology talk is for teens and adults.
Create your own instruments out of found items! Materials will be provided, but feel free to bring in anything that you'd like to incorporate into your instrument! This program is for ages 12 - 18 (or those entering grades 6 - 12). Registration is not required.
Bring your own t-shirt and create beautiful designs! Decorating supplies will be provided: Sharpie tie dye; rock decals; glitter letters, and more! This program is for ages 12 - 18 (or for those entering grades 6 - 12). No registration required!
Learn to paint rocks in the mandala aboriginal dot design! Add an inspirational saying and create a super decorative addition to your room or locker! This program is for ages 12 - 18 (or for those entering grades 6 - 12), and registration is required. Please call the library at 432-7154 to register or for more information.
Join us for a late lunch and solve the murder of Mr. Boddy. This live-action role playing game will test your deductive reasoning skills! This program is for ages 12-18 (or those going into grades 6 - 12), and registration is required. Please call the library at 432-7154 to register or for more information.
Teen Mini Maker Lab
Several projects will be available for different skill levels as well as supplies for those who just wish to explore and create. The projects range from learning simple electrical circuits to art projects or combining many different disciplines to create something new. Some projects will take the entire 2 hours others just a few minutes, so drop ins are welcome.
Join us at the library from 10am - 2pm as the Friends of the Library of Windham (F.L.O.W.) presents their annual children’s event, the WONDERful World of Science! This year they've themed their program after their One Book One Windham town-wide read, Wonder by R.J. Palacio. There will be science-themed crafts, activities, and snacks galore! At 11am the SEE Science Center’s SEEmobile will be here with a fabulous demonstration! Kids will get the chance to have some hands-on experience playing with polymers and making kaleidoscopes. Don't leave without getting your FREE FROSTY!