programming

October Teen Read Month events @ your library

Oct. 3 17 & 20 teen programs @ your libraries - bring a friend and join us for three special celebrations for Teen Read Month http://teens.tulsalibrary.org/

Broken Arrow Teen Zine 2015

Throughout the summer, teens from Broken Arrow and the rest of Tulsa County were given an opportunity to submit artwork and writing to the Broken Arrow Library Teen Zine. On July 30, a group of BA teens met under the supervision of Miss Hannah and Mrs. Rachel to put together a work of genius. The 2015 Broken Arrow Teen Zine stems from the combined efforts of 15 teens who submitted and/or edited the Zine into existence. They used the library Convenience Center to make copies & shrink things down to size, decorated with washi tape and markers, and paired artwork with writing. They picked an order for the submissions that made the Zine flow as you read and worked together in editorial bliss to make their creation one of the most exciting publications to come out of Broken Arrow all summer. Visit the Broken Arrow library in downtown BA to see the Zine in person, or check out the attached digital version below.

Teen Tech Month: March 2014

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DIY @ YOUR LIBRARY!Don’t miss these fun opportunities to celebrate Teen Tech Month with crafts, games, and much more @ Your Library! Over 35 fun and free events for teens and tweens are taking place at Tulsa City-County Library locations in March for Teen Tech Month. Click Read More below to view the list.

 

Broken Arrow Library

300 W. Broadway Broken Arrow, 74012 • 918-549-7500

DIY 3-D Paper Toys

March 1-31 • All Day • Ages 10-18

Drop by and make paper fold-up toys from 2-D printouts, no 3-D printer required.

Broken Arrow Library /South

3600 S. Chestnut Broken Arrow, 74011 • 918-549-7662

The Broken Arrow Extreme Science Series: Artbots

Thursday March 20 • 6:30 – 7:30 pm • Ages 9-15

Join The Schusterman-Benson Teen Advisory Board

Are you a tween or teen interested in making a difference in your community?  Do you want to see programs at your library that we do not offer?  Do you like to eat?  If you answered yes to at leat two of these questions then sign up and become a part of Schusterman-Benson's advisory board!  We will discuss books, plan programs that YOU want,work on displays all the while enjoying refreshments!  You can sign up by calling the Schusterman library, emailing me or filling out this form attached and bring it in. For ages 12-18

 

FIRST MEETING: OCTOBER 23RD 4-5PM

WHERE: SCHUSTERMAN-BENSON LIBRARY MEETING ROOM

WHAT TO BRING:YOURSELF AND GREAT ATTITUIDE

Mblocke@tulsalibrary.org

918-549-7673

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