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LEWISVILLE-CLEMMONS TEEN LOCK-IN

Published by Clemmons Branch Library / July 15, 2019

We will eat pizza, play space-themed games, and make alien slime at the Lewisville Branch Library on Friday, July 26 from 5:30-8:30 pm! Science fiction/space inspired costumes welcome! For rising 6-12th graders. Please call 336-703-2940 or 336-703-2920 for more information or to register. Registration and Parental Permission Form are required to participate. Parental Permission Forms are due by Thursday, July 25 at 6 pm at either the Lewisville Branch Library or the Clemmons Branch Library.

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Space Technology Series: Air-Powered Rockets

Published by Clemmons Branch Library / July 6, 2019

Join us at Clemmons Branch Library for the Global Rocket Launch on Tuesday, July 16 at 3 p.m. to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch. We will build rockets from recycled materials, harness the air around us, and watch our rockets fly.


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Soft Landing for Tweens and Teens

Published by Clemmons Branch Library / July 1, 2019

Landing an astronaut safely requires an airbag system. Join us at Clemmons Branch Library on Wednesday, July 17 at 3:30 p.m. and try to land your own egg-stronaut safely using only a few materials.

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Origami

Published by Clemmons Branch Library / June 30, 2019

Join us at the Clemmons Library Branch on Saturday, July 20 at 11 a.m. to learn basic origami from Japanese Outreach Initiative Ambassador Nana Watanobe. Open to children and teens of all ages.


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Sensory-Friendly Movie Matinee - "Wall-E"

Published by Clemmons Branch Library / June 29, 2019

Join us at Clemmons Library Branch on Saturday, July 20 at 1:30 p.m. for a Family Sensory-Friendly Movie Matinee. Families of all ages are welcome. We’ll be watching “Wall-E” rated G.

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July Reading Challenge: Reads with a Beach

Published by Lara Luck / June 28, 2019

Since July is right in the middle of summer vacation, the challenge this month will be to read a book that has a beach setting. (The whole book doesn’t have to be at the beach, but at least part of it does.) Some authors like Nancy Thayer and Dorothea Benton Frank have quite a few novels with beach settings, but you don’t have to read a romance novel. Cormac McCarthy’s “The Road” ends on a beach and Peter Benchley’s “Jaws” is set on a beach as well. Ask a librarian if you need suggestions.

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