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!
If you like anime/manga or comix this is the club for you. Watch anime, discuss your favorites, and share news with members. Learn about Asian cultures and how manga and anime started. Open to teens 12 and up.
Please email Mrs. Brikiatis with any questions.
SAT Practice Test
Windham High School Students
A full length SAT practice test will be offered at the Nesmith Library on Thursday, March 1st @ 8:30am
Space is limited so please call (432-7154) or email email@example.com to register.
Looking for something fun to do over the school vacation? Come join us for fun, food, drinks and good reading. The Nesmith Library is sponsoring a teen Read-a-Thon to benefit the Shepherd’s Pantry on Saturday, December 29th. Teens age 12-19 can drop in anytime between 12 and 4pm for a bite to eat and spend some time reading to raise money for charity. Read books, magazines, e-books, comics—anything you want! Just READ!! Stay for a half hour or the entire 4 hours. It’s up to you.