Learn how to decoarte cupcakes, campfire style, with local teen Kelly. While supplies last!
Free and open to teens in GRADES 6 thru 12. Decorate a black canvas bag with felt and glo sticks. A cool, no-sew project. Use it as a treat bag or book bag! Space is limited. Please email Tanya@barringtonlibrary.org to reserve a spot.
Watch episodes of the classic Nickelodeon series from the 90's inspired by the classic art of storytelling. Each half-hour begins with a group of kids, known as "The Midnight Society," who gather around a campfire to tell scary stories. Crafts and snacks will be provided, while supplies last!
Free and open to grades 6 thru 12.
Join us for a book signing and reading by local teen author, Coral Isabella Aurora. Her new young adult novel, The Teenager's Guide to Surviving a Horror Film is described as a "horror comedy." This novel is first installment of the comedy series, The Teenager's Guide. A free raffle will be held and one lucky winner will recieve a copy of the book. Visit http://www.coralisabellaaurora.com for more information.
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Drop-in for some virtual reality. Try out one of our Oculus Go's or the Rift. Scary experiences are optional! WIth snacks (while supplies last).
Join us as we commemorate 70 years of George Orwell's 1984 with a two-night read aloud. Sign up to read a passage on the stage. First ten participants to sign up will receive a free copy. Refreshments will be served. There will be a raffle held the second night to win an Out of Print 1984 tote bag. Email Tanya@barringtonlibrary.org, call 401-247-1920 x6, or stop by the reference desk to sign up.
I always say, "Don't judge a movie by its trailer." Yet, I do it anyway. What makes a good movie trailer? What makes a bad movie trailer? How can you know what to expect based off the trailer alone? In this lesson, we'll be discussing all the aspects of previews: how they came to be, how they're made, and why they're important. We'll be watching a series of the best (and worst) movie trailers, both new and old, and talk about what makes them worth watching. Examples range from Baby Driver to Spiderman, and Psycho to Vice.
Attention All Budding Artists!
Design your own 3D object using Tinkercad and other similar applications to be printed on our 3D printer. Meets every last Monday of the month. Drop by and create a file. Please note: 3D prints take time to print and participants may have to come back later in the week for their printed object. FOR GRADES 6 thru 12.
Part of our Galactic Gallery night! Watch Spaceballs (PG, 1987 Running Time 96 min). A Mel Brooks classic!
"A rogue star pilot and his trusty sidekick must come to the rescue of a Princess and save the galaxy from a ruthless race of beings known as Spaceballs." (IMDB)