Enumclaw Library teen November events

Learn about cosplay costume techniques and materials including how to make a costume, the basics of thrift store modding, materials sourcing, tools and creating props.

  • Friday, October 24, 2014 6:09pm
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Teens

Creating Cosplay Costumes

Monday, November 3, 3:30pm

Presented by Jade Cheung of Artic Phoenix Studios, Mary Mann and Brian Morris of ZakLabs.

Learn about cosplay costume techniques and materials including how to make a costume, the basics of thrift store modding, materials sourcing, tools and creating props.

If you can imagine something, you can learn to make it at the library. Follow your curiosity and explore the latest computer technologies. Try your hand at animation and special effects. Create a robotic puppet and learn basic physical engineering.

MAKE programs will show you how in supportive, hands-on workshops.

www.kcls.org/make

Teen Advisory Board Meeting

Monday, November 10, 4:30pm

For teens in middle school, junior high, high school and home school to get involved with the library. Volunteer and give input on how to best serve teens at the library. It looks great on college and job applications!

NaNoWriMo Write-a-Thon

Monday, November 17, 3:30pm

Teens, come and work on your NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) novel! There will be snacks and word count incentives! Bring your own laptop, or check out one of ours. Or use good old-fashioned pen and paper.

 

 

 

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