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The Summer Reading Program for teens at Rodman Library will run from June 5 through September 2. There will be programs, prizes, hands-on creative opportunities and special events for both age groups. Participants of the teens’ “Build a Better World” Summer Reading Program will register and keep track of Summer Reading information online at 

www.rodmanlibrary.com/srp

 

Teens, ages 12-18, who complete five hours per week of reading will get one entry into the Summer Reading Teen Grand Prize Drawing that will consist of two baskets, each containing assorted prizes. Teens will get to choose which basket entry they want for each five hours of reading, and may enter to win either basket. Only one basket may be claimed by a participant. There will also be weekly online challenge questions for teens. For each correctly answered challenge question, participants will be entered into a drawing to win a prize.

There will also be weekly online challenge questions for teens. For each correctly answered challenge question, participants will be entered into a drawing to win a prize. Teens will have the option to record their hours online after stopping in and signing up for the program.


Special events will be offered for teens.

Teens will enjoy special creative events during the summer months along with the regular teen monthly programs. Prizes and special events are sponsored by Friends of Rodman Public Library.

Events

2018-07-21 Book Club

Book Club

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11-20-15

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2018-07-21 Teen Advisory

Teens, ages 12-18 – We Want You! Help us decide what kind of programs we will have for our teen patrons. Those teens interested in having their voices heard, come to Rodman Library’s Auditorium. The Teen Advisory meets on the third Monday of the month to help decide teen programming at the Library. The next meeting is Monday, Aug. 21, from 3:30 to 5 p.m.This is a great opportunity for teens looking to do community service.  For more information, call 330-821-2665, ext. 214.

DJ 05/09/2016

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Repeats every month on the third Monday until Mon Jan 21 2019 except Mon Oct 17 2016, Mon Dec 19 2016, Mon Jan 16 2017, Mon Sep 18 2017. Also includes Mon Oct 24 2016, Mon Dec 12 2016, Mon Jan 23 2017, Mon Sep 25 2017.
Mon, 08/20/2018 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Mon, 09/17/2018 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Mon, 10/15/2018 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm
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2018-07-21 D & D Club

DJ 09/15/16

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Repeats every week every Monday and every Tuesday and every Wednesday until Wed Nov 30 2016.
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2018-07-21 Minecraft Monday

Minecraft on the iPad will be offered for teens, ages 12-18, beginning on Monday, Apr. 3, from 3 to 5:00 p.m., in the Computer Lab. The program will repeat the first Monday of each month. Teens will be given a task to complete at the beginning of each program. Once the task is complete there will be the opportunity for some free play. The Minecraft Pocket Edition for iPads will be used for this program. iPads will be available for use. The program is limited to 8 participants. Registration is needed. To register, or for more information, stop at the Reference Desk or call 330-821-2665, ext. 214.

Dj 09/16/16

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Repeats every month on the first Monday until Sun Dec 31 2017 except Mon Jan 02 2017, Mon Mar 06 2017, Mon Jul 03 2017, Mon Sep 04 2017, Mon Oct 02 2017. Also includes Mon Jan 09 2017, Mon Jul 10 2017, Mon Sep 11 2017, Mon Oct 09 2017.
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2018-07-21 Sam Allen-"Fire and Ice"

Author and historian Sam Allen will present a riveting one-man show on the complex and troubled life of the poet, Robert Frost, on Saturday, April 8, at 2 p.m., in Rodman Main Auditorium. Throughout a long and productive life, Frost (1874-1963) battled hostile critics and publishers, endured long periods of doubt and depression, and suffered innumerable family tragedies. Poetry carried him through those dark times, and he produced some of the most compelling and beautiful lyrics in the English language.

The play is narrated by Frost himself, returned from the other side to tell his story and bring his timeless artistry to a new, modern audience. Mr. Allen has performed the play at venues from Washington, D.C. to Cleveland, Ohio. Even those who claim to have no interest in poetry have come away moved, amused, and provoked by this unique production. This program is free and open to the public. No reservation is needed. For more information, call 330-821-2665.

Sponsored by Friends of Rodman Public Library

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9-21-16

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