Monday September 26, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Homework Hour

Need help staying focused on your homework? Drop in during our homework hour in the Teen Zone! A librarian will be available to help with research or study skills.

Grades 6-12

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Need help staying focused on your homework? Drop in during our homework hour in the Teen Zone! A librarian will be available to help with research or study skills.

Grades 6-12

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Tuesday September 27, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Read Woke book group

Have you joined the Read Woke challenge? Come and chat about the great books you've been reading! Share what you've read and get ideas about what to read next.

Grades 6-12
 

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Milhendler Room
There are 10 spaces available.

Have you joined the Read Woke challenge? Come and chat about the great books you've been reading! Share what you've read and get ideas about what to read next.

Grades 6-12
 

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Milhendler Room

There are 10 spaces available.

Thursday September 29, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Teen Filmmaking Class


In this hands-on, 6 week class, local filmmaker, and
professional animator, Tim Smyth, will teach the art of visual 
storytelling.
 As a group, students will conceive, plan, perform in, and film,
 a short movie, or two. The movies will be no longer than 4 
minutes, and will rely on visuals, instead of sound, to tell 
their stories. Using the limitations of VHS-C cameras, students
will have to think more about how movies are made, as they will
 shoot their movies in script order, editing in camera, as they
go. There will be no later fixing in the computer. It will be a fun exercise in having to go without modern
 conveniences. Without the use of dialog, or sound in any way,
 students will discover what a truly visual medium movies can be. 
The first 6 classes will be spent making the movies, the
 7th and final class day will be a premier for family and 
friends, as the finished movies will be shown in glorious VHS. 

For those in grades 6-12

Registration required

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Auditorium


In this hands-on, 6 week class, local filmmaker, and
professional animator, Tim Smyth, will teach the art of visual 
storytelling.
 As a group, students will conceive, plan, perform in, and film,
 a short movie, or two. The movies will be no longer than 4 
minutes, and will rely on visuals, instead of sound, to tell 
their stories. Using the limitations of VHS-C cameras, students
will have to think more about how movies are made, as they will
 shoot their movies in script order, editing in camera, as they
go. There will be no later fixing in the computer. It will be a fun exercise in having to go without modern
 conveniences. Without the use of dialog, or sound in any way,
 students will discover what a truly visual medium movies can be. 
The first 6 classes will be spent making the movies, the
 7th and final class day will be a premier for family and 
friends, as the finished movies will be shown in glorious VHS. 

For those in grades 6-12

Registration required

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Auditorium

 
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5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
SAT Strategy Session (virtual)

Are you wondering if you should take the SAT®? What are the tips and strategies to master it? Can these tests help you get a scholarship? What about test optional schools?

This program is virtual and is hosted by The Princeton Review. 

Participants will be entered in a raffle to receive a free e-book of Princeton Review's College Admissions 101!

 

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Are you wondering if you should take the SAT®? What are the tips and strategies to master it? Can these tests help you get a scholarship? What about test optional schools?

This program is virtual and is hosted by The Princeton Review. 

Participants will be entered in a raffle to receive a free e-book of Princeton Review's College Admissions 101!

 

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Monday October 3, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Homework Hour

Need help staying focused on your homework? Drop in during our homework hour in the Teen Zone! A librarian will be available to help with research or study skills.

Grades 6-12

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Need help staying focused on your homework? Drop in during our homework hour in the Teen Zone! A librarian will be available to help with research or study skills.

Grades 6-12

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Thursday October 6, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Teen Filmmaking Class


In this hands-on, 6 week class, local filmmaker, and
professional animator, Tim Smyth, will teach the art of visual 
storytelling.
 As a group, students will conceive, plan, perform in, and film,
 a short movie, or two. The movies will be no longer than 4 
minutes, and will rely on visuals, instead of sound, to tell 
their stories. Using the limitations of VHS-C cameras, students
will have to think more about how movies are made, as they will
 shoot their movies in script order, editing in camera, as they
go. There will be no later fixing in the computer. It will be a fun exercise in having to go without modern
 conveniences. Without the use of dialog, or sound in any way,
 students will discover what a truly visual medium movies can be. 
The first 6 classes will be spent making the movies, the
 7th and final class day will be a premier for family and 
friends, as the finished movies will be shown in glorious VHS. 

For those in grades 6-12

Registration required

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Auditorium


In this hands-on, 6 week class, local filmmaker, and
professional animator, Tim Smyth, will teach the art of visual 
storytelling.
 As a group, students will conceive, plan, perform in, and film,
 a short movie, or two. The movies will be no longer than 4 
minutes, and will rely on visuals, instead of sound, to tell 
their stories. Using the limitations of VHS-C cameras, students
will have to think more about how movies are made, as they will
 shoot their movies in script order, editing in camera, as they
go. There will be no later fixing in the computer. It will be a fun exercise in having to go without modern
 conveniences. Without the use of dialog, or sound in any way,
 students will discover what a truly visual medium movies can be. 
The first 6 classes will be spent making the movies, the
 7th and final class day will be a premier for family and 
friends, as the finished movies will be shown in glorious VHS. 

For those in grades 6-12

Registration required

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Auditorium

Saturday October 8, 2022
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Virtual Tabletop Troupe

The Virtual Tabletop Troupe will be meeting today to continue our adventures in Pathfinder 2nd Edition!

--For grades 6-12 only.

The meeting will be conducted virtually via Zoom and the Foundry virtual tabletop program.

Registration is required. You will receive the Zoom invite link and Foundry game link at least 15 minutes prior to the meeting start time.

Registrants must have a stable internet connection to connect to the zoom call, a microphone (integrated, external, or headset) and headphones/earbuds.

If you are interested in this program but are unable to attend, I would like to hear from you! Please send me an email at mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org with any questions or concerns regarding program scheduling and/or content.

CONTACT: Marcus deLemos  978-373-1586  mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org

The Virtual Tabletop Troupe will be meeting today to continue our adventures in Pathfinder 2nd Edition!

--For grades 6-12 only.

The meeting will be conducted virtually via Zoom and the Foundry virtual tabletop program.

Registration is required. You will receive the Zoom invite link and Foundry game link at least 15 minutes prior to the meeting start time.

Registrants must have a stable internet connection to connect to the zoom call, a microphone (integrated, external, or headset) and headphones/earbuds.

If you are interested in this program but are unable to attend, I would like to hear from you! Please send me an email at mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org with any questions or concerns regarding program scheduling and/or content.

CONTACT:
  Marcus deLemos
  978.373.1586
   mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org


Wednesday October 12, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Felted Pumpkins with Pop Up Art School (teens)

Learn how to needle felt wool, using a barbed needle and step-by-step instructions from Pop up Art School. You'll sculpt two pumpkins: one in orange and one in white. You’ll leave the class with the knowledge and basic supplies you need to continue felting on your own!

Ages 13-18

Registration required.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Auditorium
Registration will begin on Friday, September 30, 2022 at 8:00 AM     

Learn how to needle felt wool, using a barbed needle and step-by-step instructions from Pop up Art School. You'll sculpt two pumpkins: one in orange and one in white. You’ll leave the class with the knowledge and basic supplies you need to continue felting on your own!

Ages 13-18

Registration required.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Auditorium

Registration will begin on Friday, September 30, 2022 at 8:00 AM     

Thursday October 13, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Teen Filmmaking Class


In this hands-on, 6 week class, local filmmaker, and
professional animator, Tim Smyth, will teach the art of visual 
storytelling.
 As a group, students will conceive, plan, perform in, and film,
 a short movie, or two. The movies will be no longer than 4 
minutes, and will rely on visuals, instead of sound, to tell 
their stories. Using the limitations of VHS-C cameras, students
will have to think more about how movies are made, as they will
 shoot their movies in script order, editing in camera, as they
go. There will be no later fixing in the computer. It will be a fun exercise in having to go without modern
 conveniences. Without the use of dialog, or sound in any way,
 students will discover what a truly visual medium movies can be. 
The first 6 classes will be spent making the movies, the
 7th and final class day will be a premier for family and 
friends, as the finished movies will be shown in glorious VHS. 

For those in grades 6-12

Registration required

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Auditorium


In this hands-on, 6 week class, local filmmaker, and
professional animator, Tim Smyth, will teach the art of visual 
storytelling.
 As a group, students will conceive, plan, perform in, and film,
 a short movie, or two. The movies will be no longer than 4 
minutes, and will rely on visuals, instead of sound, to tell 
their stories. Using the limitations of VHS-C cameras, students
will have to think more about how movies are made, as they will
 shoot their movies in script order, editing in camera, as they
go. There will be no later fixing in the computer. It will be a fun exercise in having to go without modern
 conveniences. Without the use of dialog, or sound in any way,
 students will discover what a truly visual medium movies can be. 
The first 6 classes will be spent making the movies, the
 7th and final class day will be a premier for family and 
friends, as the finished movies will be shown in glorious VHS. 

For those in grades 6-12

Registration required

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Auditorium

Monday October 17, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Homework Hour

Need help staying focused on your homework? Drop in during our homework hour in the Teen Zone! A librarian will be available to help with research or study skills.

Grades 6-12

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Need help staying focused on your homework? Drop in during our homework hour in the Teen Zone! A librarian will be available to help with research or study skills.

Grades 6-12

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
SAT/ACT/ or both? (virtual)

The question we hear the most often at The Princeton Review is: Should I take the SAT® or ACT® ? In this program, we will discuss the truths and misconceptions, similarities and differences, and the strategies that improve scores on the SAT®, the ACT®, or Both. 

This program is virtual and is hosted by The Princeton Review.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

The question we hear the most often at The Princeton Review is: Should I take the SAT® or ACT® ? In this program, we will discuss the truths and misconceptions, similarities and differences, and the strategies that improve scores on the SAT®, the ACT®, or Both. 

This program is virtual and is hosted by The Princeton Review.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Tuesday October 18, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Candy Bingo (Teens)

Come play Bingo and win some candy! (some non-chocolate options will be available)

Grades 6-12

Please register.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Auditorium
There are 20 spaces available.

Come play Bingo and win some candy! (some non-chocolate options will be available)

Grades 6-12

Please register.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Auditorium

There are 20 spaces available.

Wednesday October 19, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Teen Gaming: Among Us (Virtual)

Download the free Among Us app and join us to find the impostor! We will be Zooming at the same time so ideally you should have a second device to do that from.

Registration required. For teens in grades 6-12.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Download the free Among Us app and join us to find the impostor! We will be Zooming at the same time so ideally you should have a second device to do that from.

Registration required. For teens in grades 6-12.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Thursday October 20, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Teen Filmmaking Class


In this hands-on, 6 week class, local filmmaker, and
professional animator, Tim Smyth, will teach the art of visual 
storytelling.
 As a group, students will conceive, plan, perform in, and film,
 a short movie, or two. The movies will be no longer than 4 
minutes, and will rely on visuals, instead of sound, to tell 
their stories. Using the limitations of VHS-C cameras, students
will have to think more about how movies are made, as they will
 shoot their movies in script order, editing in camera, as they
go. There will be no later fixing in the computer. It will be a fun exercise in having to go without modern
 conveniences. Without the use of dialog, or sound in any way,
 students will discover what a truly visual medium movies can be. 
The first 6 classes will be spent making the movies, the
 7th and final class day will be a premier for family and 
friends, as the finished movies will be shown in glorious VHS. 

For those in grades 6-12

Registration required

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Auditorium


In this hands-on, 6 week class, local filmmaker, and
professional animator, Tim Smyth, will teach the art of visual 
storytelling.
 As a group, students will conceive, plan, perform in, and film,
 a short movie, or two. The movies will be no longer than 4 
minutes, and will rely on visuals, instead of sound, to tell 
their stories. Using the limitations of VHS-C cameras, students
will have to think more about how movies are made, as they will
 shoot their movies in script order, editing in camera, as they
go. There will be no later fixing in the computer. It will be a fun exercise in having to go without modern
 conveniences. Without the use of dialog, or sound in any way,
 students will discover what a truly visual medium movies can be. 
The first 6 classes will be spent making the movies, the
 7th and final class day will be a premier for family and 
friends, as the finished movies will be shown in glorious VHS. 

For those in grades 6-12

Registration required

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Auditorium

Monday October 24, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Homework Hour

Need help staying focused on your homework? Drop in during our homework hour in the Teen Zone! A librarian will be available to help with research or study skills.

Grades 6-12

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Need help staying focused on your homework? Drop in during our homework hour in the Teen Zone! A librarian will be available to help with research or study skills.

Grades 6-12

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

 
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6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Sugar Skull Cookie Decorating for Teens

This Sugar Skull class is a combination class including cookie decorating and painting. Each kit includes 2 large skull cookies, 2 colors of royal icing, 1 edible-watercolor palette & brush, and sprinkles. The participants will first design their skulls on paper and then decorate the cookies to match. Class led by Miranda Mitrano of Mindy Paper Cookies.

Space is limited and registration is required.

For teens in grades 6-12.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Auditorium
There are 8 spaces available.

This Sugar Skull class is a combination class including cookie decorating and painting. Each kit includes 2 large skull cookies, 2 colors of royal icing, 1 edible-watercolor palette & brush, and sprinkles. The participants will first design their skulls on paper and then decorate the cookies to match. Class led by Miranda Mitrano of Mindy Paper Cookies.

Space is limited and registration is required.

For teens in grades 6-12.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Auditorium

There are 8 spaces available.

Tuesday October 25, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Teen Ani-Manga Club

Do you love anime and/or manga? Then this club's for you! Discuss your faves with other fans and participate in an activity - could be a craft, game, or something else!

Drop-ins welcome but registration is appreciated!

Grades 6-12

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Milhendler Room
There are 7 spaces available.

Do you love anime and/or manga? Then this club's for you! Discuss your faves with other fans and participate in an activity - could be a craft, game, or something else!

Drop-ins welcome but registration is appreciated!

Grades 6-12

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Milhendler Room

There are 7 spaces available.

Thursday October 27, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Teen Filmmaking Class


In this hands-on, 6 week class, local filmmaker, and
professional animator, Tim Smyth, will teach the art of visual 
storytelling.
 As a group, students will conceive, plan, perform in, and film,
 a short movie, or two. The movies will be no longer than 4 
minutes, and will rely on visuals, instead of sound, to tell 
their stories. Using the limitations of VHS-C cameras, students
will have to think more about how movies are made, as they will
 shoot their movies in script order, editing in camera, as they
go. There will be no later fixing in the computer. It will be a fun exercise in having to go without modern
 conveniences. Without the use of dialog, or sound in any way,
 students will discover what a truly visual medium movies can be. 
The first 6 classes will be spent making the movies, the
 7th and final class day will be a premier for family and 
friends, as the finished movies will be shown in glorious VHS. 

For those in grades 6-12

Registration required

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Auditorium


In this hands-on, 6 week class, local filmmaker, and
professional animator, Tim Smyth, will teach the art of visual 
storytelling.
 As a group, students will conceive, plan, perform in, and film,
 a short movie, or two. The movies will be no longer than 4 
minutes, and will rely on visuals, instead of sound, to tell 
their stories. Using the limitations of VHS-C cameras, students
will have to think more about how movies are made, as they will
 shoot their movies in script order, editing in camera, as they
go. There will be no later fixing in the computer. It will be a fun exercise in having to go without modern
 conveniences. Without the use of dialog, or sound in any way,
 students will discover what a truly visual medium movies can be. 
The first 6 classes will be spent making the movies, the
 7th and final class day will be a premier for family and 
friends, as the finished movies will be shown in glorious VHS. 

For those in grades 6-12

Registration required

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Auditorium

Monday October 31, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Homework Hour

Need help staying focused on your homework? Drop in during our homework hour in the Teen Zone! A librarian will be available to help with research or study skills.

Grades 6-12

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Need help staying focused on your homework? Drop in during our homework hour in the Teen Zone! A librarian will be available to help with research or study skills.

Grades 6-12

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Tuesday November 1, 2022
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5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
The Digital SAT: What You Need to Know (virtual)

The College Board has announced a significant change to the SAT® , turning the exam into a computer-based test. Learn about what's changing, or not, on the SAT® , and what a digital SAT® means for you!

This program is virtual and presented by The Princeton Review.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

The College Board has announced a significant change to the SAT® , turning the exam into a computer-based test. Learn about what's changing, or not, on the SAT® , and what a digital SAT® means for you!

This program is virtual and presented by The Princeton Review.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Tuesday November 8, 2022
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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Teens 4 Good: Veteran's Day Cards

Are you a teen that needs community service hours? Come make cards for veterans in nursing homes! You will receive one hour of community service.

If you are unable to attend in person, you may make cards at home and drop them off at the library by end of day on November 8.

Grades 6-12.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Milhendler Room
There are 20 spaces available.

Are you a teen that needs community service hours? Come make cards for veterans in nursing homes! You will receive one hour of community service.

If you are unable to attend in person, you may make cards at home and drop them off at the library by end of day on November 8.

Grades 6-12.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Milhendler Room

There are 20 spaces available.

Wednesday November 9, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Teen Gaming: Among Us (Virtual)

Download the free Among Us app and join us to find the impostor! We will be Zooming at the same time so ideally you should have a second device to do that from.

Registration required. For teens in grades 6-12.

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Download the free Among Us app and join us to find the impostor! We will be Zooming at the same time so ideally you should have a second device to do that from.

Registration required. For teens in grades 6-12.

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Saturday November 12, 2022
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Virtual Tabletop Troupe

The Virtual Tabletop Troupe will be meeting today to continue our adventures in Pathfinder 2nd Edition!

--For grades 6-12 only.

The meeting will be conducted virtually via Zoom and the Foundry virtual tabletop program.

Registration is required. You will receive the Zoom invite link and Foundry game link at least 15 minutes prior to the meeting start time.

Registrants must have a stable internet connection to connect to the zoom call, a microphone (integrated, external, or headset) and headphones/earbuds.

If you are interested in this program but are unable to attend, I would like to hear from you! Please send me an email at mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org with any questions or concerns regarding program scheduling and/or content.

CONTACT: Marcus deLemos  978-373-1586  mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org

The Virtual Tabletop Troupe will be meeting today to continue our adventures in Pathfinder 2nd Edition!

--For grades 6-12 only.

The meeting will be conducted virtually via Zoom and the Foundry virtual tabletop program.

Registration is required. You will receive the Zoom invite link and Foundry game link at least 15 minutes prior to the meeting start time.

Registrants must have a stable internet connection to connect to the zoom call, a microphone (integrated, external, or headset) and headphones/earbuds.

If you are interested in this program but are unable to attend, I would like to hear from you! Please send me an email at mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org with any questions or concerns regarding program scheduling and/or content.

CONTACT:
  Marcus deLemos
  978.373.1586
   mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org


Saturday November 19, 2022
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10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Practice SAT Test (virtual)

Join The Princeton Review virtually to take a full-length practice SAT. After the test, you’ll receive a comprehensive score report detailing your strengths and weaknesses. 

 

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Join The Princeton Review virtually to take a full-length practice SAT. After the test, you’ll receive a comprehensive score report detailing your strengths and weaknesses. 

 

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

Tuesday November 22, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Teen Ani-Manga Club

Do you love anime and/or manga? Then this club's for you! Discuss your faves with other fans and participate in an activity - could be a craft, game, or something else!

Drop-ins welcome but registration is appreciated!

Grades 6-12

CONTACT: Rachel  978-373-1586 x650  rgagnon@haverhillpl.org
LOCATION: Milhendler Room

Do you love anime and/or manga? Then this club's for you! Discuss your faves with other fans and participate in an activity - could be a craft, game, or something else!

Drop-ins welcome but registration is appreciated!

Grades 6-12

CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Milhendler Room

Saturday December 3, 2022
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Virtual Tabletop Troupe

The Virtual Tabletop Troupe will be meeting today to continue our adventures in Pathfinder 2nd Edition!

--For grades 6-12 only.

The meeting will be conducted virtually via Zoom and the Foundry virtual tabletop program.

Registration is required. You will receive the Zoom invite link and Foundry game link at least 15 minutes prior to the meeting start time.

Registrants must have a stable internet connection to connect to the zoom call, a microphone (integrated, external, or headset) and headphones/earbuds.

If you are interested in this program but are unable to attend, I would like to hear from you! Please send me an email at mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org with any questions or concerns regarding program scheduling and/or content.

CONTACT: Marcus deLemos  978-373-1586  mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org

The Virtual Tabletop Troupe will be meeting today to continue our adventures in Pathfinder 2nd Edition!

--For grades 6-12 only.

The meeting will be conducted virtually via Zoom and the Foundry virtual tabletop program.

Registration is required. You will receive the Zoom invite link and Foundry game link at least 15 minutes prior to the meeting start time.

Registrants must have a stable internet connection to connect to the zoom call, a microphone (integrated, external, or headset) and headphones/earbuds.

If you are interested in this program but are unable to attend, I would like to hear from you! Please send me an email at mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org with any questions or concerns regarding program scheduling and/or content.

CONTACT:
  Marcus deLemos
  978.373.1586
   mvalenzuela@haverhillpl.org


Thursday December 8, 2022
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
BUSY
LOCATION: Auditorium
CONTACT:
  Rachel
  978.373.1586 x650
   rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

LOCATION: Auditorium


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