Teen Events

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Maplewoodshop Labs

Create Space Recurring Events

April 25

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Hilton Create Space – Learn the satisfaction of building something with your own hands, along with the skills it takes to do it! Work with Maplewoodshop to create woodworking tools and learn design skills in a small, hands on environment. While there will be some geometry, it will be in the service of real world applications. Lessons are adapted from the book, “From Truth to Tools” by George Walker and Jim Tolpin

Interested participants must be in grades 4-6 and register for all dates

Registration Required: https://mmlmaplewoodshop.eventbrite.com

Wednesdays 4-5pm, Hilton Branch Create Space
April 4, April 18, April 25, May 2

 

word wall

Word Wall

Teen Events

April 26

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Main Library  – Work together to create a communal poem on our word wall.

Poetry Month

Trivia Mondays

Teen Events

April 30

3:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Main Library – Trivia Mondays – Guess (or research) the answer to win some candy! This month all trivia will be related to National Poetry Month 

Maplewoodshop Labs Logo

Maplewoodshop Labs

Create Space Recurring Events

May 2

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Hilton Create Space – Learn the satisfaction of building something with your own hands, along with the skills it takes to do it! Work with Maplewoodshop to create woodworking tools and learn design skills in a small, hands on environment. While there will be some geometry, it will be in the service of real world applications. Lessons are adapted from the book, “From Truth to Tools” by George Walker and Jim Tolpin

Interested participants must be in grades 4-6 and register for all dates

Registration Required: https://mmlmaplewoodshop.eventbrite.com

Wednesdays 4-5pm, Hilton Branch Create Space
April 4, April 18, April 25, May 2

 

writing the college essay

Writing a Killer College Essay

Teen Events

May 26

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Main Library – Find out how to construct a fantastic college essay, from soup to nuts! As a former outside, undergraduate admissions reader, Alisha Davlin is well versed in what makes a memorable college essay. She holds an M.Ed. from Columbia University & an MFA from NYU. She is also the founder of Davlin Tutoring and has worked with more than 500 clients and students. For latest publications (including a Huff Post article on writing the college essay), follow at: fb.com/adavlin & DAVLINCONSULTING.COM

Registration Recommended:  https://writingkillercollegeessay.eventbrite.com