Teen Programs Scheduled This Summer at the Metuchen Library

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Become a Photojournalist (Gr. 8-12): Metuchen is an historic town! Learn the art of photography and become a witness to history. Over this 3-part workshop participants will take digital photographs of locations in town. The class will develop a photojournalistic archive, so that future generations will see Metuchen in 2010 in a special collection to be housed in the Library. Participants need to bring a digital camera. Dates & Times: Wednesday, July 21, 1-3 PM

Write Your Own Adventure: Join Alex Dawson, writer and owner of the Raconteur, for a 3-session fiction writing workshop. Dates: Wednesday, 7/21, 7/28, 8/4; Time: 7-8:30 PM

It's Magic (Gr. 6-10): Learn the art of magic from magician Jim Vagias in this hands-on workshop.  You'll leave with instructions and supplies to perform magic.  Date: Thursday, July 22; Time: 1 PM.

All programs are paid for by The Friends of the Metuchen Public Library.  Registration is required and is open now. For more information and to sign up, write KLiss@Lmxac.org or call the Library on 732-632-8526.  In addition to the programs listed above, there will be two Community Service Projects (Book Friends and Game Partners) for which teens in grades 8-12 can volunteer to earn service credit.  Two book discussion groups will be also offered, one for grades 6-9 and the other for grades 9-12.  To learn more about all the programs offered this summer, visit www.metuchenlibraryteens.org.  

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