In the spirit of Nerdfighters and connecting our community with literacy and empowerment, the Sonoma County Library has planned an event where teens can donate books in good condition to six library branches and receive a free voucher to the latest John Green book to movie, Paper Towns. The book donations will go to the new Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) Dream Center which will open this Fall in Santa Rosa.
January 19th is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and there are lots of ways to celebrate this weekend.
1) See the new film “Selma.” It got rave reviews and was nominated for several Oscars this week, including Best Picture. It’s playing in theaters across Sonoma County.
Don't miss LumaCON 2015, Petaluma's first annual comic convention! Come for the cosplay and costume competition, the live action role play, the crafts and fandom walls, and stay to hear panels of local comic and graphic novel artists and illustrators discuss their work and careers.
Join Teen Read 2014
JUNE 10 – AUGUST 1, 2014
If you're going into the 7th - 12th grade, you qualify for a chance to Win a Kindle
Come show your love for our planet Earth by making crafts out of recycled materials at Rincon Valley's teen lounge on Thursday, April 18 from 3:15 to 4:30.
Be sure to attend the hoop dancing classes at the Healdsburg Regional Library starting next Tuesday, April 16th. It's sure to be lots of fun!
Last Friday 14 teens went to Rohnert Park's Monster Make-Up Program. They met with an theater make-up artist who showed them how to do a zombie, gargoyle and fairy. Here are some photos from this event:
This year at Rincon Valley teens made Edible Haunted Houses to celebrate Halloween! Check out their creations!