Teen Events@Your Sequoyah Regional Library System!

We are pleased to share with you the latest calendar of Teen Events from our local public library system, the Sequoyah Regional Library System.  Please see Mrs. Hamilton or Mrs. Fleet if you need additional information or visit the Sequoyah Regional Library System website for contact information and more details!  You will not want to miss these fun and informative events designed just for young adults!

  • Collage Contest:  During the month of September, Sequoyah Regional Libraries are hosting a collage contest inspired by the We the People Bookshelf on Pursuit of Happiness.  Youth of all ages are encouraged to create a collage reflecting one of the titles featured on this special bookshelf.  Participants must choose a title from their grade category.  The last day to submit a collage entry to your library is Sunday, September 31.  The collages will be displayed in each library in October for judging.  Winners will be chosen from each library and contacted at contest end.   
  • Library Card Sign-up Month:  September is National Library Card Sign-up Month.  Your Sequoyah Regional Library card is the most important card in your wallet! 
  • Monday, September 24, 6:30 P @ RT Jones Memorial Library, Teens Book’n Obstacle Course:  Teens, ages 13-18 are invited for an evening of fun, refreshments and great prizes at the library, where you are always surrounded by friends. 
  • Monday, September 24, 6:00 PM @ Pickens County Library, Teen Comedy Night:  Teens are invited to share their funniest stories, jokes and favorite comedy books and movies.  A small coffee bar will be served.   
  • Monday, October 1, 6:00 PM @ Pickens County Library, Mystery and Horror Show:  Magician, Chad Crews will dazzle teens with tricks inspired by poems and short stories of frightening favorites including Edgar Allan Poe, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Mary Shelley and more.  
  • Saturday, October 6, 1:00 PM @ Gilmer County Library, Haunted Masquerade:  Teens at least 12 years of age are invited for games, music and haunted snacks.  Teens are encouraged to come in costume or pick up mask at the party.
  • Monday, October 8, 6:30 PM @ RT Jones Memorial Library, Teens Book’n Pizza Taste-off:  Teens, ages 13-18, will test a variety of pies and award the title “Best Tasting Pizza!”  Everyone will also learn pizza making tips for home and earn cool prizes. 
  • Saturday, October 13, 3:00 PM @ RT Jones Memorial Library, Listen to This!:  Teens, ages 13 and older, can sit back and relax for a teen read aloud session.  Kick-off Teen Read Week 2007 with a cool book, your friends and a snack. 
  • October 14-20, 2007@ all libraries, Teen Read Week , “LOL @ Your Library!”:  Teen Read Week™,  a literacy initiative aimed at teens, their parents and librarians and is administered by the Young Adult Library Services Association.  Teen Read Week encourages teens to read for the fun of it and use their local library to discover their interests. 
  • October 14 – 20, 2007@ all Cherokee County Libraries, Enter to Win:  Cherokee READS invites teens to stop by their Cherokee County Library to enter a drawing to win Gail Carson Levine’s new book, Writing Magic.   One entry per teen, please. 
  • Monday, October 15, 6:00 PM @ Pickens County Library, Spook Night:  Celebrate Teen Read Week with ghost stories of the Appalachian Mountains.  Learn about local spook-hunting spots and enjoy light refreshments.   
  • Monday, October 22, 6:30 P @ RT Jones Memorial Library, Teens Book’n Scavenger Hunt:  Teens, ages 13-18, will be challenged to their favorite games at the library, where prizes and refreshments rule! 
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