Children's and Teen Programming
Panel Picks: YA Book Club Wednesday, January 18th from 5 p.m. to 6:10 p.m. This year, the young adult book club is back and more different than ever! This time, as Panel Picks, each month we will read and discuss the first collected volume of a graphic novel or manga series. If applicable, we will watch the first episode or two of the related series, movie trailers, compare other adaptations, etc as well as discuss the comic itself! This month we are reading STRANGER THINGS VOL. 1: THE OTHER SIDE by Jody Houser. Register here.
Princeton Review Presents: SAT Practice Exam Saturday, January 21st from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Calling all sophomores and juniors! Enroll now for the Princeton Review’s free SAT Practice Test offered through Trumbull Library! Following completion of the test, you will receive a comprehensive score report that indicates areas of strength and weakness. Discuss this report with a local test-prep expert and use the results to inform your next steps. This SAT Practice Test will take online. Enroll now by clicking on this link: https://bit.ly/3LNLhEQ.
Family ArtSmart Craft Thursday, January 26th from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Join Kathy Vincent of ArtSmart! Studio for an evening of cozy creating! Young artists, together with their ADULT partner, will create an adorable cup of hot cocoa using acrylic paint, collage papers & dimensional accents on canvas board. Too cute! Grades K-2 with an adult. Registration is required. Register once for the entire family. One craft per family.
Paperchain Snowman Craft Saturday, January 28th from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Join us in the Merwin Room for an easy & fun snowman craft. Children will decorate their strips of paper and glue them to create a snowman paperchain/s! Younger/older siblings welcome, but please register each child.
First Tech Challenge: Robotics Competition Presentation Saturday, January 28th from 12 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. Local teen Rahas Sachdeva and his team will be offering an hour long presentation and information session regarding the process they took over the course of this year in developing their robot for the FIRST Tech Challenge. They will go over what the competition is like, how they built their robot, and answer any questions interested students may have on how to a join a team for the 2023-2024 year. Then, at the end, they will present their robot. This presentation is open to all middle and high school students, and their parents. Registration is not required, but you may do so if you would like to receive an email reminder for the event.