Join us for the grand finale of the Teen Summer Reading Celebration as we spend 3 nights watching all of Star Wars. On Thursday, July 28, from 6-11 PM, we will watch two films in the Lucas’ series, then two more on Friday and Saturday, again from 6-11 PM. Pizza and snacks will be served. All students grades 6th-12th are welcome to attend this free event.
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The Teen Summer Reading Program, “Unmasked!” will meet Thursday, July 23 from 6:30-8 PM for Cluedo Murder Mystery in the Library. Someone has murdered the Reference Librarian for knowing too much! Calling all super sleuths to interrogate Mr. Green, Col. Mustard, Ms. Peacock, Prof. Plum, Miss Scarlet and Mrs. White. Search the Library for clues to unmask the villain! This is a free program for students grades 6th –12th.
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Attention all fanboys and girls! Come join the fun at Livingston Fan-Con, Thursday, July 16, from 5-8 PM, hosted by Livingston-Park County Public Library. This free event is part of Unmask! Teen Summer Reading Celebration but is open to the public, ages 10 through adult. Participants are encouraged to come in Cosplay, as there will be a Masquerade at 6 PM with prizes awarded. Other events include: panel discussions, a Gaming room featuring video and tabletop gaming, crafting, trivia, raffles, a Photo booth, and Zombie face painting. There will also be a Trading Post, where the public can display, swap, sell, or silent auction their games, gear, comics, and collectibles. Participants wishing to use the Trading Post should arrive 45 minutes beforehand to set up their space and be prepared to make change with sales. Pre-registration for the Trading Post is required. Registration will begin at 4:45 PM and will continue through 7:30 PM, since participants can come and go as they choose. Volunteer opportunities are available. For more information or to register for the Trading Post, please call Lisa or Tim at the Library, 222-0862, or visit the Library’s Facebook page.