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You’ve seen the movie but now it’s time to live it. It’s the only time you’ll be encouraged to be disruptive in a movie. Upon arriving you’ll be given a bag of props to use at designated times. You’ll eat snacks, reenact scenes, boo the bad guys, and yell things at the screen!
Arrive as early as you can to get your instructions.

Grades 6-12

 
 

Celebrate the end of Teen Read Week with our annual after-hours coffeehouse. Drink coffee, talk, play games, watch a movie, and enjoy!

Grades 6-8 ONLY

 
 
Teens, we need your help planning our annual Haunted Trail. This is your chance not only to help the library but you also get to be scary while doing it!
On October 25 we will meet at the Basehor Park from 4:30-5:30.
 
 
Captain America, Thor, Ironman, Black Widow, Black Panther, & The Hulk are back! Enjoy  popcorn & snacks while we watch the newest Marvel movie.
Rated PG-13
Grades 6-12
 
 

Can you make the best dish out of ramen noodles and random ingredients? You’ll be provided with one pack of noodles to make your dish. Prizes will be given away for the tastiest dishes.

Grades 6-12

 
 

Do you need a way to store your earbuds? Get ready for some old school 16bit fun. Once upon a time video game designers built 2D games from tiny colored pixels and we’re returning to the old designs for this craft. Pick a design and place beads in a pattern to make your favorite retro characters (or if that doesn’t interest you, create your own design!)

Grades 6-12

 
 
There’s a change coming to the teen area of the library and we need your help to liven things up. You’re getting chance to decorate our bookends. Paint your favorite book cover, your favorite fandom, or your own design.
Grades 6-12
 
 
It’s a regular party…just smaller. You’ll be snacking on tiny foods while drinking from tiny cups and playing miniature versions of well known games.
Grades 6-12
 
 

Kick Summer Reading off in a SPLASH-tacular way. Break into groups and attempt to create the perfect protection that will prevent your water balloons from breaking when thrown against a wall. Supplies are provided but feel free to bring anything that might help your cause. Groups who successfully complete the challenge will earn extra library dollars for the auction.

Grades 7-12

 
 

Create a unique bag that’s all your own. Use sharpies to produce a tie dye effect on your bag. If tie dye isn’t your thing, use paint on your tote to create any design you’d like!

Grades 7-12

 
 

An all day movie-watching EXTRAVAGANZA!

Bring your pillows, lunches, and any special drinks you would like for a full day at the library.

There will be some snacks, popcorn and lemonade provided for a marathon viewing of 4 musicals. Sing along or just enjoy the show.

Grades 7-12

 
 

It’s an artistic battle… with FOOD. Use the provided supplies to create the best cupcake of them all. And, of course, you get to eat the results.

Grades 7-12

 

 
 

Everyone deserves a unique place to write stuff down. Recycle old cassette tapes and make them into something new. You will learn simple bookbinding to put together your own notebooks with cassette tape covers.

This is a long program so be prepared to spend some time on it.

Grades 7-12

 
 

Work off some of that extra energy with our first official dance party. No slow dancing here, only fast beats so you can show off your sweet dance moves. Dancing on your own now your thing? Try out our video games, Just Dance or go super old school with some Dance Dance Revolution.

Grades 7-12

 
 

The final craft is a simple one, color guitar pick (or whatever other design you’d like) onto pieces of plastic and watch them shrink down to a third of their size in the oven. After, turn them into keychains, necklaces, or bracelets. Make one or make a dozen.

Grades 7-12

 
 

End the summer reading program with great prizes!

Use those library dollars to bid on the prizes you want.

The auction starts at 2:15 pm so get there early to get your dollars and look over the prizes before it starts!

 
 

Like sweets? Then you’ll love this edible craft! Design your own candy sushi from rice crispy treats, Swedish fish, fruit roll-ups, & more. Show it off and then eat the results! No fish will be harmed in this program!

Grades 6-12

 
 

Prepare yourself for finals by making a stress ball. You’ll love the squishy goodness. Make normal sized or tiny, plain or add designs. It’s all up to you!

Grades 6-12

 
 

Ever wonder what the inside of a computer looks like? How about a pair of headphones? A keyboard? We’re giving you the chance to take electronics apart & find out what’s on the inside.

 
 

Get out of the house this spring break and spend some time at the library watching a pair of movies .. Lemonade and some snacks are provided. So bring a pillow & camp out at the library for a few hours!

 
 

It’s time to immerse yourself in a world full of of elves, wizards, dragons, and other fantastic beings. Bring your drinks, character sheets, and whatever else you need for this marathon gaming session. We’ll order pizza for lunch and have a few snacks available for the afternoon.

 
 
You’ve been locked in a room. Time is running out and you have less than hour to solve the puzzles and escape. How well do you do under pressure?

The program will be offered in two sessions, 4:15 & 5:15. Once the game is in session or the max number of players for the 4:15 round have arrived, teens are asked to wait until 5:15 when the game resets.

 
 

Paste tissue paper onto glass jars to create a stained glass illusion on your candle holders.

Grades 6-12

 
 

Love stinks! Forget the red roses and disgusting sweet cards this year. Un-celebrate Valentine’s Day with moody music, broken heart cookies, and some cranky crafts : Make Anti-Valentine’s Day cards, draw on the covers of romance novels, write funny captions for gooey romantic pictures, play games, and more!

Grades 6-12

 
 
Do you like acting and those Choose Your Own Adventure books? Join us in a place where the two collide. LARP (Live Action Role Play) takes improv action to new and fun levels where YOU create the story.
Do you want to make a character perfect for you? Come to the character creation day to help prepare for the big LARP event on Thursday. This is your chance to build the character you most want to play.
 
 
In a world where myth walks with man, all are threatened by magic-wielding hybrids bent on claiming everything for their own.

Do you like acting and those Choose Your Own Adventure books? Join us in a place where the two collide. LARP (Live Action Role Play) takes improv action to new and fun levels where YOU create the story.
The BIG event! And it all takes place in a world created by one of our library’s teens so com
 
 

Anyone can appreciate good art but where’s the fun in that? Come to to this program and let your less-than-perfect art style shine. First paint your bad art and then display it along with others and admire the paintings while enjoying some delicious appetizers.

Grades 6-12

 
 

Do you love the 90s? It’s time to travel back in time and enjoy this blast from the past party. There will be games, trivia, crafts, and all the 90s snacks you can handle!

Grades 6-12

 
 

Do you have what it takes to complete ridiculous challenges… without making a sound? The tasks are a secret but all are guaranteed to make you laugh. The team who makes the least amount of noise will win.

Grades 6-12

 
 

Create a work of art with only a old CD. Carve any design you’d like into the paint to make the perfect piece of wall art. Make it a present or keep it for yourself.

Grades 6-12

 
 
Edible art! Who can create the best gingerbread house? Face off against other teens in a delicious contest. After, take home the results to display or…enjoy with a plate and fork!
Grades 6-12
 
 
Presenting a line of programming for those who are passionate about their fandoms.

By popular demand our next Random Fandom will celebrate the Netflix show, Stranger Things. Get geared up for the new season by dressing as your favorite character, eating Stranger Things inspired food, testing your knowledge against others, and participating in a few games .

Grades 6-12
 
 

You’ve seen the movie but now it’s time to live it. It’s the only time you’ll be encouraged to be disruptive in a movie. Upon arriving you’ll be given a bag of props to use at designated times. You’ll eat snacks, reenact scenes, boo the bad guys, and yell things at the screen!
Arrive as early as you can to get your instructions.

Grades 6-12

 
 

End the summer reading program with great prizes!

Use those library dollars to bid on the prizes you want.

The auction starts at 2:15 pm so get there early to get your dollars and look over the prizes before it starts!

Grades 7-12

 
 

Get ready for some old school 16-bit fun. Once upon a time video game designers built 2D games from tiny colored pixels and we’re returning to the old designs for this craft. Pick a design and place beads in a pattern to make your favorite retro characters (or if that doesn’t interest you, create your own design!)

Grades 6-12

 
 
It’s time to immerse yourself in a world full of of elves, wizards, dragons, and other fantastic beings. Bring your drinks, character sheets, and whatever else you need for this marathon gaming session. We’ll order pizza for lunch and have a few snacks available for the afternoon.

If you weren’t able to make it to our character creation day in February, we will have a few spare characters made so you can jump right into things.
 
 

Who doesn’t love a delicious activity? Join us for chocolate games, chocolate pudding painting and find out just what will you be willing to try dipped in chocolate? Fruit? Jerky? Pickles?

Grades 6-12

 
 

Presenting a line of programming for those who are passionate about their fandoms.

By popular demand our next Random Fandom will celebrate one of our country’s founding fathers, Alexander Hamilton. Sing your favorite songs, dine on Hamilton inspired food, test your knowledge against others, and participate in a few games .

Grades 6-12

 
 

Do you want to make a character perfect for you? Come to the character creation day to help prepare for our big D&D event on spring break. The adventure starts with the characters and this is your chance to build the one you most want to play.

Grades 6-12

 
 

It’s the fast paced program to find the book for you! Snack while you get to sample a wide variety of books….but only for 2-3 minutes. At the end, take home the book or books you liked best!

Grades 6-12

 
 

Do you enjoy writing? We’ll play games, tell stories, and there will be quiet time to write whatever you’d like. If you need or want input from other teens about a story you can do that here too but don’t worry, sharing is not required. By popular demand Teen Writer Wednesday will be every week — no more long breaks!

Need more information? Contact Amy @ the library.

 
 

The Basehor Community Library’s Teen Advisory Group meets the second Tuesday of every month to plan and shape the teen program at the library. Join us at any time.

4:30-5:30 pm

During September & October we will be planning our annual Haunted Trail fundraiser.

 

 
 

Enjoy the ultimate in retro-gaming!

What do you enjoy? Uno? Sorry? Clue? Apples to Apples?

Second Thursday of every month from 4:00-5:30 pm

 

 
 

Do you enjoy reading but like to choose your own books? This is the club for you!

Read whatever you like and come ready to eat snacks and hear about books other teens have been reading.

A special bonus : Hear about our newest books first! Those who come get first pick at all the new teen books!

1st Thursday of every month @ 4:30 pm

 

 
 

Like Anime? Join the club!

Watch and discuss anime with other fans.

3rd Tuesday of every month from 4:00-5:30 pm

 

 
 

Teens, we need your help planning our annual Haunted Trail. This is your chance not only to help the library but you also get to be scary while doing it!
On October 25 we will meet at the Basehor Park from 4:30-5:30.

Watching good movie is fun but watching BAD movies? It’s AMAZINGLY FUN! Join us for our first ever BAD MOVIE NIGHT. Snack on popcorn and candy while we watch and make fun of a movie that will never be considered good.

Grades 6-12

It’s time to add a little extra flare to your room. You can organize your books the boring way OR make things a little more ….interesting. Glue together various objects to create whatever design you like. Go fancy or go weird, the choice is yours. After, paint the whole thing to give it that professional look.

Grades 7-12

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