Library offers summer of fun for teens

Summer is full of fun for teens at the Kent District Library (KDL). As part of the 2009 Summer Reading Club, KDL is hosting all kinds of free activities for teens, from food to arts and crafts to music and more.

Exercise your taste buds with a variety of food-related programs such as Creative Cooking, Ice Cream Socials, and Iced Coffee Tasting.

Get your game on with Rock Band, Nintendo Wii, Guitar Hero, Teen Chess, and Lawn Games.

Use your creative talents in crafty programs such as the Empty Bowls Project, Duct Tape with William Beacom, Trash to Treasure workshops, Teen Crafts with Liz Langenberg, Drawn to Draw, Henna Tattoos with Anshu Varma, Jewelry Making, Sweater Surgery, and more.Teens can also get involved in Teen Advisory Boards, book discussions, theatre productions and music performances. Don’t miss out on this summer of fun. Stop by any KDL branch to sign up for the Summer Reading Club or register online at www.kdl.org.

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