summer

July Happenings

The Library has a variety of events planned for teens for the month of July. To check all of the programs offered for the month, check out the teen events calendar. The monthly happenings will be in a different format this Summer. The events will be listed by general category and date, for more information and […]

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June Happenings

The Library has a variety of events planned for teens for the month of June. To check all of the programs offered for the month, check out the teen events calendar. The monthly happenings will be in a different format this Summer. The events will be listed by general category and date, for more information and […]

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Looking for something to do?

This summer there are a lot of things planned for teens at the Library. Below are some things you might find of interest for the next two weeks. On Wednesday June 15 th, you can pick your old school movie at the Tucker library. Not into movies, what about board games? The Decatur library will […]

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Let’s Share!

This Summer I picked up and read A Kiss in Time by Alex Flinn. It is a retelling of the fairy tale, Sleeping Beauty. I usually do not enjoy reading fairy tales but this one had me staying up late to find out what happened (and yes,  I do remember the original tale.) The story […]

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Celebrate the End of Summer with Some Music!

We are celebrating the end of Summer and the end of Vacation Reading with some music.  Come join us at the Decatur Library on Saturday July 31, 2010 from 1:00 p.m until 3:00 p.m.  Solar Bears and Sydney Rhame will be bringing the music.  We will also have the Blaize Dance Team performing their upbeat […]

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Top 15 Metamorphosis

Check out these cool books for the summer. *Real* teens picked these out, so you know for sure that these books rock! Artemis Fowl From a strikingly original voice in fiction comes the story of Artemis Fowl, a very unusual hero. Artemis combines the astuteness of Sherlock Holmes with the sangfroid of James Bond and […]

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