Join us at Jenks Library on Tuesday, June 25th from 1:30-3:30 PM for our Covert Communications Program! Learn how to write in code like a spy! Find out how secret agents have passed information from ancient times to today. Create secret messages with invisible ink and ciphered communications! I'll bring the snacks and supplies--you bring your secret agent self. Call 918-549-7570 if you have any questions!
The Zarrow Regional Library has some great programs during the month of June for teens and tweens who like to be creative and crafty. No pre-registration is necessary but you must be 10-18 years old to attend.
Thai String Toys
Thursday, June 13 from 6:00-7:00pm
Create your own adorable toy from string, pipe cleaner, and other crafty supplies.
Thursday, June 27 from 6:00-8:00pm
Have a block-filled blast playing the popular computer game Minecraft! Players will compete against each other in a Hunger Games map to see who the winning tribute is. May the odds be ever in your favor!
The Zarrow Regional Library is located in west Tulsa on 2224 W 51 St. Call us at 918-549-7683 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
I remember voting for my favorite Sequoyah nominee when I was in elementary school. I had read more than three nominees, so I was eligible to vote. The winner that year? Lee Wardlaw's 101 WAYS TO BUG YOUR PARENTS. I thought it was pretty schweet that *I* got to vote on a book award. Back then, the Sequoyah Awards were mostly aimed at elementary school aged children, but now? Guys, these days we have our OWN list of nominees, for our own award--the High School Sequoyah Award. All you have to do in order to vote next spring? Read or listen to three books off the list. And this is totally not a chore, because I'm reading through this list, and so far these books ARE AWESOME.
Monday, June 3rd @ 2pm.
Join Coldthorn the Mentalist for mind-blowing demonstrations of thought reading, predictions and telekinesis. During this fully interactive show, Coldthorn will answer questions merely thought of by audience members. He will attempt to solve a Rubic’s Cube while securely blindfolded and eyes taped shut! Metal objects bend at will! Plus, find out what it is like to momentarily be able to read minds. ages 10-18.