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Teen Programs


Babysitting Course PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Babysitting Course
Saturday, January 24, 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Babysitting

Denise Schrimer will be teaching a course in babysitting for students in grades 6-12. Students will learn vital skills for the safe and responsible care of children. Enrollment is limited to 12 spaces. Students who participate are asked to bring a notebook, pencil, and a bag lunch and drink. Call the library to register. Certificates of completion will be awarded.

Co-sponsored with the North Salem Recreation Department.

 
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College Costs, Financial Aid, and Wise Decisions
The third program by former Dean of Financial Aid
Wednesday, January 14th at 7:30 PM
Free and open to all

Laurie Schaffler tells how to unravel the mystery and gain a better understanding of your investment.
This session will focus on the FAFSA application.

Click here to read more

Laurie Schaffler

Click here for useful websites to help understand the financial aid process. These websites were suggested by Laurie Schaffler at her presentations on college financial aid on October 1st and 8th.

 
DIY for Tweens - Upcycling Design PDF  | Print |  E-mail
DIY for Tweens - Upcycling Design: Re-purposing Common Objects
with Lily Davis and Sara Falco 
Twice a month on Mondays from 4:00-5:30
For kids grades 5+

Photography: Dec. 8 and 15

It is not necessary to attend all sessions. However, please register for each month that you will attend. Co-sponsored with the N.S. Recreation Department.

 
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Technology Wednesdays
Every Wednesday from 3:00 - 5:00 pm

We will have four of our volunteers from NS High School every Wednesday afternoon from 3:00 - 5:00 eager to help you with technological issues; bring your devices and questions.

 
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Night Time Arts with Maggie Zander Orling
This program is Monday nights at 7:00 - no registration - newcomers welcome

Please come and check out our Monday night art workshops!

It is an informal get  together for people who love to create. Bring your own project or work on one of our on-going ones. We make altered books (please check out the exhibit in the case) and do collage, knitting, painting and artist trading cards.

No artistic experience is required - we have plenty of art supplies and friendly inspiration. There are always  lots of laughs and even occasionally baked goods or chocolate.

Our current group project is a 5" x  5" book based on the theme  RED.

Beginning on November 10th, we will start a mini workshop, five sessions on: How to make a Handmade Book.
HANDMADE BOOK
There are only four spots open, so if this interests you , please let us know asap. You must register for this workshop and it is necessary to attend all five sessions, Nov. 10, 17, 24, & Dec. 1,

 
 
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Babysitting Course
Babysitting Course
Saturday, January 24, 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Babysitting

Denise Schrimer will be teaching a course in babysitting for students in grades 6-12. Students will learn vital skills for the safe and responsible care of children. Enrollment is limited to 12 spaces. Students who participate are asked to bring a notebook, pencil, and a bag lunch and drink. Call the library to register. Certificates of completion will be awarded.

Co-sponsored with the North Salem Recreation Department.

College Costs, Financial Aid, and Wise Decisions
College Costs, Financial Aid, and Wise Decisions
The third program by former Dean of Financial Aid
Wednesday, January 14th at 7:30 PM
Free and open to all

Laurie Schaffler tells how to unravel the mystery and gain a better understanding of your investment.
This session will focus on the FAFSA application.

Click here to read more

Laurie Schaffler

Click here for useful websites to help understand the financial aid process. These websites were suggested by Laurie Schaffler at her presentations on college financial aid on October 1st and 8th.

DIY for Tweens - Upcycling Design
DIY for Tweens - Upcycling Design: Re-purposing Common Objects
with Lily Davis and Sara Falco 
Twice a month on Mondays from 4:00-5:30
For kids grades 5+

Photography: Dec. 8 and 15

It is not necessary to attend all sessions. However, please register for each month that you will attend. Co-sponsored with the N.S. Recreation Department.

Technology Wednesdays
Technology Wednesdays
Every Wednesday from 3:00 - 5:00 pm

We will have four of our volunteers from NS High School every Wednesday afternoon from 3:00 - 5:00 eager to help you with technological issues; bring your devices and questions.

Teen Programs

While our programs are open to all ages, we would like to offer events specifically for North Salem teens. Please let us know what interests you. Would you like:

a book discussion group?

a writing group?

an open mike night?

movies?

gaming?

crafts?

lectures?

opening the library to teens on a regular night?

teenagers





And let us know how we can best communicate with you. Would you like a blog? Do you tweet?

In the meantime, please continue to come in and volunteer at the library. We need your help!

 

Night Time Arts
Night Time Arts with Maggie Zander Orling
This program is Monday nights at 7:00 - no registration - newcomers welcome

Please come and check out our Monday night art workshops!

It is an informal get  together for people who love to create. Bring your own project or work on one of our on-going ones. We make altered books (please check out the exhibit in the case) and do collage, knitting, painting and artist trading cards.

No artistic experience is required - we have plenty of art supplies and friendly inspiration. There are always  lots of laughs and even occasionally baked goods or chocolate.

Our current group project is a 5" x  5" book based on the theme  RED.

Beginning on November 10th, we will start a mini workshop, five sessions on: How to make a Handmade Book.
HANDMADE BOOK
There are only four spots open, so if this interests you , please let us know asap. You must register for this workshop and it is necessary to attend all five sessions, Nov. 10, 17, 24, & Dec. 1,