Archive for June, 2008
Don’t miss out on this week’s TSRE events!
Art Smart 101: Part 1
What: Take a tour through the history of art in the first half of this two-part series.
When: Tuesday, July 1
History of American Comics
What: Hear from an expert on the evolution of comics.
When: Wednesday, July 2
Stop by GPL and place a hold on these new CDs!
Coldplay’s new record “Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends” hit stores today. The album’s getting mixed reviews — what do you think about it? We welcome the opinions of Coldplay lovers and haters alike.
While you think about it, check out Coldplay’s “Violet Hill” video.
East met West here at Goshen Public Library on Tuesday, June 10 for the first event of the Teen Summer Reading Experience, Deep in the Art of Summer. With the help of local Japanese women, Goshen teens practiced the ancient art of Origami.
Authentic Japanese snacks and soft drinks provided fizz — and fuzz! (if you don’t understand the fizz/fuzz connnection, check out Ramune soda.) The teens — coached by Japanese mentors — moved from table to table creating a crane, a jumping frog, and a functional paper cup, among other designs.
- Monday, June 16 – Convert Your Shirt
- Thursday, June 19 – Improv Workshop
Stay tuned for details!
Teen Summer Reading Experience 2008 kicks off today! As always, there will be a lot of reading (we hope), a lot of killer prizes (figuratively speaking), and a lot of great activities to help you stay out of trouble.
Our theme this year is “Deep in the Art of Summer,” so you’ll have lots of chances to get in touch with art — and your inner artist! Over the summer we’ll explore local museums, transform old books into works of art, and see the Northern Indiana premier of award-winning indie film The Passenger.
For more info, keep checking here or ask one of our friendly young adult staff!
Hey everybody. Welcome to the new GPL Teens Blog! This will be a place to find out about great GPL stuff like new books and teen events like the Teen Summer Reading Experience (TSRE).
My name is Christian, and I’ll do most of the posting to the blog — at least over the summer. During the fall and winter, I spend most of my time studying (no really, I actually study) at Grace College in Warsaw.
I’m still tweaking the blog, so it’ll go through some changes in the next couple weeks. Bear with me, and keep checking in throughout the summer. With any luck, the blog will continue into the fall — we’ll just have to see what happens!