Looking for something fun to do? Need a new book to read? Check it all out at Dusenberry-River Branch Library.
Story Town is a fun event that takes place at the Joel-Valdez Main Library in early November. Library staff, teens and volunteers can dress up and act out a scene or a book from one of their favorite stories. It's a great interactive event, especially for young children.
For TAB Members, it's a day where you can just have some fun with costumes, sets, makeup, you name it! There will be small skits and plays for you to watch.
TAB Members: Which story are you most excited to get acted out? If you could chose a book character to portray, who would it be?
Share your thoughts below!
The All Soul's Parade is coming up soon in November! Are you excited? I certainly am! This year, the Teen Advisory Board is participating as a whole with TABC. We've still yet to come up with costumes, but I can hardly wait.
.....speaking of costumes
I have been recently informed that many library branches across Pima County will be hosting a craft time where you can come in and design your own mask! How cool is that!
In case you are not familiar with the All Soul's Parade, I will link a description website here (http://www.allsoulsprocession.org/history). This is basically a day when you remember those who have passed away. It can be a loved one, a friend, a pet, etc.
Branch Librarians will be sharing more information in the coming months.
I hope to see you there!
Teen Volunteer (Holly)
Our Summer Reading Program is going well. We have 16 teens from various local high schools (Basis, Catalina Foothills and St. Gregory's) who have chosen our library to devote their time and energy this summer. We are very grateful.
A photo of our SRP Teen Orientation held on May 17, 2012 will be coming soon!
Be sure to stop by the library and sign up for our Summer Reading Program.
Happy Summer Reading!
Volunteer to help with the Summer Reading Program!
Gain practical job experience.
Provide valuable community service.
Interested? Submit an application available at: www/library.pima.gov/teenzone
Contact for an interview: email@example.com or 594-5345
Interviews will take place in April. Mandatory Training Session is Thursday, May 17th from 5-6:30 pm.
There will be a TAB Council Meeting on Wednesday, March 21 from 4:30-6:30 at the Friends of the Library Book Barn. They will be touring and having a short meeting. This gives TAB members an opportunity to find out about this important organization as well as plan for upcoming library events. For more information and location, contact Geraldine.
Anyone interested in being in the Rodeo Parade this year, contact Kendra Davey at 594-5204 or firstname.lastname@example.org for meeting time and location. All PCPL TAB Members and Teen Volunteers are invited to ride on the float. Yip-yip!
Next TAB Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, March 1st from 4:30-5:30 P.M. Location: Meeting Room. I look forward to meeting you and seeing you all there. For questions contact Geraldine at 594-5348 or email: email@example.com
Create a short film this summer with teh professionsl from Pan Left Productions.
Experience the filmmaking and editing process first-hand while you make a trailer based on a favorite book or learn about documentary filmmaking.
3 workshops and 1 day of filming. Sign up soon!
www.library.pima.gov/teenzone or 791-4010 for application or more info
Applications must be turned in to any branch library by May 27th.
Free time on your hands? Volunteer at the library. It is a great way to build job experience, get involved in your community and find great books to read, movies to watch or music to listen to. Apply today!
1. Fill out and turn in application
Ask at the service desk
2. Call or e-mail to set up an interview
3. Attend training session
Saturday, May 21st 9:00am - 12:00 noon