January teen programs | Enumclaw Public Library

Love Sherlock, Dr. Who, Marvel, Disney, something else? Create fan art, write fan fiction, make fandom crafts and props, or just hang out and discuss your

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Teens

Teen

Drop-In Hour

Friday, January 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2pm

Snack,

play games or just hang out!

 

Fandom

Zone

Monday, January 5, 3:30pm

Love Sherlock, Dr. Who, Marvel, Disney, something else? Create fan art, write fan fiction, make fandom crafts and props, or just hang out and discuss your

favorite or newest obsession! Snacks provided.

 

Teen

Advisory Board

Monday, January 12, 4:30pm

Volunteer and give input on how the library can best serve teens!

 

Count

Us In: Survey of Homeless Teens

Thursday, January 22

Homeless teens and young adults will be surveyed on Thursday, January 22 in the library to tell the story of homelessness in King County and help our community understand the scope of the issues teens face.

 

Teen Fandom After-Hours

Friday,

January 30, 7pm

We’re opening the library on Friday night just for teens. Play video games or board games, use computers, compete at fandom trivia, snack and hangout.

Cosplay at the library! Old fandom or new fandom.

Costumes not required, but encouraged. Best costume wins a prize.

Registration required beginning January 5.

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