Join the Holmdel Teen Book Club!
This month we are reading "The Alchemyst" by Michael Scott At the meeting we will discuss the book, and work on a craft.
For Teens in need of a good book! A place to talk, read, write, create and have fun.
We meet on a Wednesday Night, Every Month at 5:30pm! Call for more information or to sign up!
Last Minute Escape is a unique, real-time immersive experience unlike anything you've participated in. Recommended for anyone who enjoys a challenge and can use their observation skills and intellect. Last Minute Escape quickly becomes the fastest hour you've ever had and the most enjoyable test of wits you've ever faced. The task for each scenario is simple: go in, do the job, find the key, and get out. Do you have what it takes to get out in a hour? Do you have your own Last Minute Escape?
The program is limited to 40 teens. Registration is required. Please arrive 15 minutes early.
What's Out There...A Planetarium Experience
Come join us as we observe the stars, planets, moon and other celestial objects as they appear in the evening sky. Learn how to distinguish a planet from a star. How does the moon move across the heaven? How about the vastness of our galaxy? All this and more will be presented to you by the Starlab Portable Planetarium System.
Join us to gain an appreciation of Astronomy.
Registration is required.
If just thinking of the Math sections of the SAT and PSAT tests brings beads of sweat to your brow… join us for free classes on general techniques to help prepare. Bring some paper, a pencil, an open mind and specific questions.
Presenter Michael Carlin is a Mathematics Professor who regularly tutors students in preparation for the SAT and PSAT Tests, a key component in the college admissions process. Attend one or as many of these FREE study sessions as you can.
Mr. Carlin's Classes are free, begin at 6:30 pm on the following dates: 9/6 and 9/20, 10/4 and 10/11, 11/1 and 11/15, 12/6 and 12/13.
Join us the first Friday of every month as we get together and do crafts, draw, eat Japanese snacks, watch movies and hang-out with others who love Anime! Meet up with fellow anime enthusiasts and talk all about anime and manga.
This ASHI Advanced First Aid course is designed to fill the gap between Basic First Aid training and the Emergency Medical EMS System. It is recommended for individuals who are not EMS or Healthcare Providers, but desire or require certification in Advanced First Aid. Examples of course content that will be covered: Caring for Medical Emergencies, Introduction to Anatomy, Principles of Assessment and much more.
Part II will be on Saturday, November 18th / 12:00noon - 4:00pm
Registration is required and will be limited to 20 Teens. In order to be certified all teens are required to attend both sessions - No Exceptions.
Students will be nationally certified by the American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI).
The Monmouth County Library Teen Advisory Board meets monthly at Headquarters in Manalapan. All those between 13 and 18 may earn Community Service Hours by joining this great group. Come out and meet new friends, have a snack and share your ideas for teen programming, teen collections, and more.
Back by popular demand, Monmouth County Library is providing a special treat for Anime Fans! We will be showing various movies such as All My Goddess-Flights of Fancy, Ghost Hunt, Initial D, and School Rumble. In addition to watching movies we will be enjoying snacks, noodles and doing a craft. Come join us for an afternoon filled with Anime.
One of the latest trends to hit the Polymer Clay scene in recent years is Silkscreens. They allow you to create your own printed "fabric" of clay and are a really great way to make a design that can then be used in your clay projects in an infinite number of ways. In this workshop we will create and transfer patterns, cut out shapes and bake to make jewelry, zipper pulls and keychains.
Lance Rubin, author of the ILA-award winning YA novel, Denton's Little Deathdate and its sequel, Denton Little's Still Not Dead, will be talking about embracing one's creativity in all its many forms. Lance is not only a writer but an actor, comedian, and musician as well, and through some fun exercises, including improv comedy and possibly a short writing exercise, he'll encourage everyone to feel confident in their own unique creative way of seeing the world. There will also be a Q and A in which Lance will happily answer any and all questions and give unlimited high-fives.
Everybody is talking about Stranger Things and the the highly anticipated release of Season Two. To celebrate we are hosting an evening of everything fun in the style of Stranger Things. Come dressed up in the 80's syle clothes, play games, have snacks, and be prepared for a Stranger Things Trivia.
Registration is required for the program.
You can meet with other Anime/Manga enthusiasts - Japanese Anime art and culture discussed. Join us monthly to watch, discuss and draw anime, and to generally just have fun. Snacks served.