Teens don't forget:
Karaoke Party - July 7th
Battle of the Bands - entries begin July 6th
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A party for teens to celebrate the premiere of the movie Paper Towns, with bottlecap necklace crafts, John and Hank Green videos, movie trailers, and a giveaway of two Regal Cinemas giftcards to see the new movie!
July 24 2015
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23 teens played Super Smash Bros. on the Wii U, competing for GameStop giftcard prizes, donated by the Friends of the Library.
July 14 2015
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Our first-ever mini comic con featured Simpsons writer Chris Yambar, Psychonauts creator Kevin L. Kuder, Only Humans creator Joseph A. Michael, and lots of fun for patrons--from a costume contest to Superhero Jeopardy to a comic book swap to a panel discussion on the History of Women in Comics.
July 11 2015
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Teens painted creative designs on wooden bookcarts belonging to the Friends of the Library, in a fun art project/competition. The team that made the winning cart, featuring 3 classic bookcovers, won art supply prizes, courtesy of the Friends of the Library.
June 27 2015
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"The Greatest Show in Stow" was our first-ever all-library carnival, on Pride in Library Day during Stow's Pride Week that leads up to the Fourth of July. We had over 1,000 patrons come to the library that day to play children's games for prizes, try their hand at the High Striker game, enter our gas card raffle, take silly photos at the photo booth, and eat carnival food (popcorn, cotton candy, and Handel's ice cream pops). Fun for all!
June 25 2015
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Seventy five teen fans of anime, manga and videogames gathered at the Hudson Library for this year's edition of our jointly-sponsored anime mini-con.
June 19 2015
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ParticiPEEPS created book-themed dioramas to celebrate spring and National Library Week; winners were unveiled at the Peeps Party!
April 14 2015
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Patrons enjoyed a rockin' good time at the live concert of local teen alternative-pop/punk bands Among All Things and Blue Radio.
March 25 2015
The Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library circulates console videogames in 4 formats for adult, teen and juvenile patrons. The titles include games rated "E for Everyone", "T for Teen," and "M for Mature". LIBRARY USERS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST HAVE A PARENT SIGN A VIDEOGAME PERMISSION FORM IN PERSON AT THE FRONT DESK BEFORE CHECKING OUT THEIR FIRST GAME.