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TEEN ZONE SUMMER READING CALENDAR
Summer Reading – YOU ARE HERE! Starting June 1, register online via the Teen Zone Page. Pledge to read over the summer. Great Prizes (Read at least 3 books June 1-Sept 7th, write reviews for them online and enter to win!) Guess on the guessing jar, take our Reels and Reads survey, and come hang out.
Chip N Chat – in July and August
Read a great book? Seen a great movie? Heard a great song? Come and hang out and talk about it! Middle school & high school groups meet separately. Check Teen Zone website for dates and times.
YOU ARE HERE: Teen Scrabble Tournament
Tues. June 28 7:00 – 10:00
Think you’re the best Words with Friends player? Show off your skills in the Chappaqua Auditorium Arena. Bring your own scrabble board. Food, good music & fun.
Grades 9-12. Register
YOU ARE HERE: Around the World in 80 Days (and 80 books!)
Wed. June 29 6:00-9:30
Read the book by Jules Verne and come watch the film with us. Pizza for dinner. Snacks afterwards, with discussion and games.Grades 5-12. Register
Your Plastic Brain
Tues. July 5, 12, 19 & 26 5:00-6:00
Brain Candy! College student Hannah Greene will teach us about how mindfulness impacts the brain’s structure and function and play fun games with us over light snacks.
Grades 5-12 Register
GOT GAME? World Tour Wednesdays
Weds. July 6 & Aug. 3 3:00-5:30
Join us as our theater is transformed into a Guitar Hero, Rock Band and Dance Dance Revolution zone. Light snack served.
Grades 5-12. Register.
Teen Thursday – YOU ARE HERE: Act It Out!
Thurs. July 7 5:30-7:30
Calling all teens, come and play some creative dramatic games with us.
Light snacks served.
Grades 5-12. Register
Fri., July 8 & 22 Aug. 5 & 19 4:00
Join us in the theater for feature-length films.
All ages. Open.
Read the Book/See the Movie!
Mon. July 18, 25, Aug. 8 & 22 6-9:00
Read great books, then experience them on film.
(Booklist available online on the Teen Zone webpage)
Pizza will be served.
Entering 4th-8th. Register.
Take a Trip with the Greeleys!
Mon., July 11 7:00
Time travel from Chappaqua to Europe with the Greeley family.
Entering K-5th. Adults welcome! Teens wishing to volunteer staging the event please contact Z firstname.lastname@example.org Register.
YOU ARE HERE: A taste of LVP
Thurs. July 14 5:30 pizza, 6:00-7:30 workshop
The Little Village Playhouse teens will be here to lead us in a drama workshop. Pizza for dinner.
Grades 5-8. Register.
Scrapbooking…You Were There, Remember IT!
Tues. July 26 6:30-7:45
Quincy Egginton Bring photos and keepsakes from past trips that you have taken and transform them into great scrapbook pages. Cool treats will be served.
Teen Thursday – YOU ARE HERE With Michael Albert
Thurs. July 28 5:30 pizza, 6:00-6:30 lecture, 6:30-8:00 workshop
Join Cereal Box Collage Michael Albert for some summer fun.
Grades 5 - adult
Pastel Landscape: "Keeping Kool With Wolf Khan "
Tues. Aug 2 6:30-7:45
Come explore the art style of Wolf Khan, create a landscape and have a cool snack with Quincy Egginton.
Games from Many Lands
Wed., Aug. 10 7:00
Entering 4th-up. Register.
Reels and Reads
Wed. Aug 24 6:00-9:00
Read the book then see the movie, check Teen Zone website for details.
Grades 5-12. Register.
Craig is a typical fifteen year old boy. He thinks about girls and plays video games and goes to school. But his high school in Manhattan NY, is more challenging than most other high schools around. It's specifically for kids who excel in school. Craig worked really hard to get into the school, but after he makes it in, he starts to crumble under the pressure. He begins to become depressed and starts thinking about killing himself. One night, he decides to kill himself by jumping off of the Brooklyn Bridge, right near his apartment. The events that occur lead him to decide to call a suicide hotline which lead him to checking himself into a mental hospital. During the five days he spends there, he begins to question why it's so important to excel in such a difficult school rather than pursue his true passion and excel at something he's actually really talented at: Drawing.
It's Kind of a Funny Story
This is the sequel to 'Viola in Reel Life.' Viola's home for the summer from boarding school, and she picks up right where she left off with her home friends, her grandmother/grandma's boyfriend, and her parents.
Viola in the spotlight
Reaaaaaaly good series - I highly reccommend it. Awesome. A brief summary, if I may... it starts with a girl in ripped clothes on the streets of Tokyo who knows only her name. As the story goes on (it takes up only three books) the girl's memories are unclouded, leading to much drama and exitement!
Okay: this book is 90 pages or less and at the end it just makes you say, "WHAT THE HECK!!!" But seriously, it's a 'pull-your-hair-out' ending. Personally I dont think you should read this last book -- it'll just keep you up at night wondering. But that's just me. It was a really good series and I heard there's another one maybe continuing the last book. I hope.
The series starts to come to a close.
It just gets better and better.
More and more mysteries come up as you solve the other older mysteries.
goooooood! As the series goes on, it gets even more interesting.