Upcycle worn out instrument strings into wire-worked bracelets like these made for the library's April DIY Monday program for teens. Guitar, violin, cello, or bass - any instrument strings will do. Dressed up with paper beads made from sheet music or understated with simple wire coils, these bangles would make an easy fundraiser for your garage band or school orchestra. Package them in a string envelope autographed by the musician for an extra special touch. Mark your calendars: the final DIY Monday program will be May 19 at 4 pm.
To celebrate World Book Night, librarians from the Young Adult Department will be spreading the love of reading, person to person, along the Monon Trail.
Treating yourself and your wallet! Decorate pretzel rods to look like sonic screwdrivers.
The TLC is a select group of up to 50 students in grades 7-12 who meet monthly to discuss books, movies, and films.
The TVC is for teens in 6 - 12 grade. The library uses teen volunteers in a variety of activities and for many different programs.