The Palo Alto library will be having lots of programs for teens in grades 6-12 all fall:
Robotics Camp- Saturdays, Sept. 10, 17, 24 @ 10:30-12:30. Interested in the world of robotics engineering? Students will learn to build and program robots. Open to grades 3 to 8 with no prior experience in robotics. Registration required.
Blind Date with a Banned Book- Sun-Sat, Sept. 25- Oct. 1. Teen books wrapped in black on display in the Teen Zone at Mitchell Park and Rinconada Library have been BANNED. Celebrate your freedom to read during Banned Books Week. Checkout, read, take home and review your date for a chance to win a prize.
Teen Banned Book to Movie- Tuesday, Sept. 27 @ 4:30-6:30pm. Celebrate Banned Books Week with a movie and popcorn! We will be watching a movie based on a banned book. Bring your friends and enjoy some popcorn. Registration required.
Teen Anime & Candy Sushi- Tuesday, Oct. 11 @ 4:30-6:30pm. Bring your creativity as we make candy sushi while we watch an anime movie! Yummy. Registration required.
Halloween Domino Fall Down- Sunday, Oct. 30 @ 5pm. Come watch as over 2000 dominoes topple and more chain reaction objects trigger each other in a spectacular Halloween fall down! Two High School Chain reaction and domino experts from Palo Alto & San Jose will join forces to build and topple this contraption at the Mitchell Park Library. Drop in throughout the day starting at 10:30AM to view the builders create and then set off the chain reaction at 5:00PM!
International Games Day- Tuesday, Nov. 15 @ 4-6pm. More than one thousand libraries and communities around the world will showcase gaming programs of all kinds during International Games Day. Mitchell Park Library and Community Center have teamed up together to give teens a day to celebrate. Play or compete for prizes on console gaming systems, online gaming, air hockey, card games, board games, and more! Be sure to join us in the Teen Center. Registration required.
Mitchell Park Library 3700 Middlefield Rd
Sponsored by the Friends of the Palo Alto Library.
This program supports assets from the 41 Developmental Assets for Children and Teens