Yet another example of why the Crozet Library is tremendous … so many events!
I suspect there will be more events added as the year progresses, but the fine folks at Crozet Library have just published on the Crozet Calendar a slew of cool events.
A couple highlights at Crozet Library (there are so many more; dig into them all)
- Teen Advisory Board
We need your ideas! The Crozet Library Teen Advisory Board helps the library plan and lead teen programs, displays, and activities. Members enjoy snacks and receive volunteer hours. It’s your library—make a difference! Grades 6-12. First time visitors always welcome; TAB application required thereafter.
- A Night at the Movies
Join the Crozet Library for a night at the movies with theater-style popcorn and drinks. Refer to ratings for age restrictions. September 18: Salam Neighbor (2016) & Discussion October 30: Passengers (2016) November 27: Wonder Woman (2017) December 18: It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) & Cookie Exchange* (starts at 6pm)
- R.A.D. (Read And Discuss) Teen Book Club
The Crozet Library leads a diverse range of book clubs for teens. Snacks are served at each meeting. Free copy of the book included on a first come, first served basis. Please check each listing for age requirements. Registration required September 26: Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff. An epistolary sci-fi thriller. Grades 6-12. Required registration begins September 1. November 28: My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows. A historical comedy. Grades 6-12. Required registration…
- NaNoWriMo Kickoff Party
Devote the month of November to working on that novel you’ve always wanted to write. Tackle the full NaNoWriMo 50,000-word goal or set your own. Experienced writers will be on hand at all events to answer questions. No writing experience necessary. For more information, visit bit.ly/jmrlwriting. Head to the Crozet Library for helpful techniques, motivation, and resources to get your writing challenge off to a great start. Find a corner and hunker down to focus, or challenge others to writing…
- Paws to Read
Improve your reading skills and make a new friend by reading aloud to Lucy, a therapy dog. Lucy is a registered therapy animal with The Alliance of Therapy Dogs. Along with owner/handler Ellen, the team volunteers as part of the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA therapy dog program. Sign up for a 15-minute appointment and bring a favorite book to read. For any young reader. Registration is required. Contact the Crozet Library for more details.
- It’s Bin Fun: Sensory Play for Infants and Toddlers
Captivate your little scientist with open-ended, child-led play which engages the senses. The children will explore bins containing a variety of sensory materials. Things will get messy, so dress appropriately. Ages 6-35 months.
Registration is requested and begins September 22 and November 24 respectively. Drop-ins are always welcome.