Tuesday, February 18, 7:00 pm
For High School Students & Parents. Spring Break is when many sophomore and junior families embark on the college search - but do they really know where to start? In this informative and humorous talk, Lewisboro Resident and IECA Professional Consultant Alan Sheptin dissects the college visit.
Friday, February 28, 7:00 pm
Chase away the "winter blues" with this team effort playing Monopoly. Snacks and refreshments will be served.
Saturday, February 29, 10:00 am - 1:30 pm
Attention teens: take your choice of a practice ACT or SAT test and receive a FREE consultation w/C2 Education to go over your results to help prep for upcoming formal tests. Please arrive a few minutes before 10, as testing starts promptly. Remember your pencils and calculator.
Teen Cupcake Wars!
Our own reality cupcake decorating competition returns. No baking required. Teams start with “naked cupcakes” and work together through three rounds of decorating. Each round has a theme and a choice of traditional and unusual toppings to design with. Prizes for most creative cupcake designs.
Tuesday, April 7, 3:00 pm
We’ll use some creativity and make short films starring this springtime confection!
Tuesday April 21, 7:00 pm
The workshop, for seniors in High School, will present students with tips on generating ideas for their college essay, including what not to write about. Led by Alan Sheptin.
Tuesday, April 28, 7:00 pm
For High School Students & Parents. Come learn about the latest college admissions trends, why community service has become an important factor for applicants and how to have a successful and healthy college admissions process. Community Service is heavily weighted by college admissions officers to distinguish between qualified students in the college admissions process. Admissions officers want to get a sense of the student’s character and the impact a student has made in his or her community. Discover how community service projects can help students develop skills and confidence, give back to the community and have led to successful college admissions for students.
Wednesday, May 6, 4:00 pm
Teens will create a miniature garden enclosed in its own little world.
Wednesday, May 27, 4:00 pm
Come learn coding with our small, pocket-sized light up robots. Then we'll make a maze and some planks for them to climb.
Meets 3rd Tuesday of Month, 6:00 pm
Grades 7 and up. We’ll share the details of our favorite books and munch on pizza and cookies. The book selection for February 18 is Eight will Fall by Sarah Harian.
Meets 2nd Tuesday of Month, 6:00 pm
Grades 6 - 8. Enjoy pizza and cookies while discussing your favorite books. The February 11 meeting is cancelled.
DUNGEONS & DRAGONS
Meets Monthly Saturdays at 4:00 pm
Dungeon Masters Al Pezone and Michael Alterio lead this popular fantasy game for new and experienced players. Heroes are guided through quests for treasure, battles and daring rescues. This program is full. Please call the Library if you'd like to be placed on the waiting list - 875-9004.
Meets Monthly on Mondays or Wednesdays at 6:30 pm
March 2, March 25, April 20, May 11
Continuation of our monthly Teen Yoga Class with instructor Ellen Bonheim of Firefly Yoga. She will provide teens with techniques to help them de-stress and relax during the school year. Bring a yoga mat and water.