Epplteens Newsletter

Spring 2018

Libraries Transform

Get more out of the Evergreen Park Public Library than books. Check out the spring programs and events we have planned for you. Our goal is to offer programs that benefit you. So, please suggest a program or lead one. Email me, Blackm@evergreenparklibrary.org.

Read This!

Dear Martin is about a high school student who faces racial profiling...it is a powerful, realistic tale. Ten copies are now available for checkout. When you check out the book, you will receive a raffle ticket to win a book swag basket that includes a WE ALL LIVE HERE hoodie as well as the novel Miles Morales by Jason Reynolds.

Teen Book Discussion

April 12, 6:30 pm

Pizza will be served.

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College & Career Pathways

How to Pay for College Without Going Broke, March 12, 6:30 pm

Smart Money for Teens, April 25, 4 pm

MLK 50 Teen Hour of Service

Honor the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King. Volunteer to beautify the library landscaping.

April 5, 4-5 pm

Register online or at the library.

Teen Art Contest

Reading Takes You Everywhere is our theme for summer reading. Interpret and create a

piece of art, all mediums are welcomed. Submit by May 15, 2018. Win gift cards from local businesses and books!

Teen Art Reception

May 21

6:30 pm

Delicious snacks will be served and prizes will be awarded.

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STEM Tuesdays, 4 pm

March 13, Save Ivan

April 10, Slime

April 24, DIY Pocksockets

Create Thursdays, 4 pm

March 1, 8 Community Art Project, Painting

March 22, Eat Like Ivan the Silverback Gorilla - Smoothie Contest

April 5 MLK50 Hour of Service, Beautify the Library

April 19 DIY Self-Watering Planter

May 3, 10, Sew a Bean Bag Chair for the Teen Room

May 31, DIY Sunscreen

Spring Break Road Trip?

Award Winners in Fiction


Wednesday, April 25th, 7pm

9901 South Kedzie Avenue

Evergreen Park, IL

Free and Open to all Evergreen Park Community Residents.
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