Teens (age 13 - 17)

GAME DAY

August 31st, 2016,
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Whether we are firing up the PS4 or setting up a game of Clue every Wednesday this summer will be dedicated to games. So stop by the Teen Room. Who knows, we may even create one.

GAME DAY

August 10th, 2016,
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Whether we are firing up the PS4 or setting up a game of Clue every Wednesday this summer will be dedicated to games. So stop by the Teen Room. Who knows, we may even create one.

GAME DAY

June 8th, 2016,
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Whether we are firing up the PS4 or setting up a game of Clue every Wednesday this summer will be dedicated to games. So stop by the Teen Room. Who knows, we may even create one.

GAME DAY

June 22nd, 2016,
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Whether we are firing up the PS4 or setting up a game of Clue every Wednesday this summer will be dedicated to games. So stop by the Teen Room. Who knows, we may even create one.

GAME DAY

June 15th, 2016,
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Whether we are firing up the PS4 or setting up a game of Clue every Wednesday this summer will be dedicated to games. So stop by the Teen Room. Who knows, we may even create one.

GAME DAY

June 29th, 2016,
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Whether we are firing up the PS4 or setting up a game of Clue every Wednesday this summer will be dedicated to games. So stop by the Teen Room. Who knows, we may even create one.

GAME DAY

June 1st, 2016,
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Whether we are firing up the PS4 or setting up a game of Clue every Wednesday this summer will be dedicated to games. So stop by the Teen Room. Who knows, we may even create one.

Prairie Poetry: Four Essential Illinois Poets

April 21st, 2016,
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Much like Illinois evolved from a rural society to an urban one, so did Illinois poetry. William Pack tells the remarkable stories of four significant poets while sharing some of their finest writing, including Vachel Lindsay, the Prairie Troubadour; Edgar Lee Masters and his Spoon River Anthology; Carl Sandburg, recognized as the voice of America; and Gwendolyn Brooks, who earned acclaim for her textured portraits of life in Bronzeville.

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