» February 9th, 2011
Just a quick reminder that tomorrow night is Wild Card Game Night! Bring a board or card game and come play!
Game night: teen tested, library approved! (… or should that be the other way around? hmmm …)
» February 3rd, 2011
So you’ve got the day off from school, and are wondering what to do now that you’ve managed to survive the Snowpocalypse and dig yourself out of your survival igloo?
How about Anime Alliance, tonight, @ 6:30 p.m.?
See you there!
» February 1st, 2011
It’s a blizzard! Stay home!
If the weather allows, we’ll watch Full Metal Panic on Thursday.
» January 31st, 2011
Just a quick reminder that this week we’re watching Full Metal Panic at 6:30 p.m. on Tues., Feb. 1 and Thurs., Feb. 3. Be sure to check the calendar at the DeKalb Public Library website for more programs going on this month!
Hope to see you then!
» January 22nd, 2011
Which book(s) would you most like to read for a teen book discussion? Let me know!
» January 16th, 2011
According to Chase’s Calendar of Events, 2011 ed., today is officially:
World Religion Day
Appreciate a Dragon Day
National Nothing Day
Really. I am not making this up.
» January 13th, 2011
Wow! I was gone a LONG time, but I’m back now, and just in time, because tonight the teen wildcards visit the psych ward!
Well, after a fashion … since tonight we’ll be discussing It’s Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini. Hopefully you will join us tonight at 6:30 p.m. to discuss this gem of a novel!
See you tonight!
» January 3rd, 2011
The DeKalb Public Library does!
Join us for our first Anime Alliance meetings of 2011 on Tuesday, January 4, and Thursday, January 6, at 6:30 p.m.! But remember: this group is for teens only!
We hope to see you there!
» December 17th, 2010
So not necessarily the most viable of therapies, but still a victory, and perhaps an interesting avenue of research.
» December 16th, 2010
Have you ever heard of the “cocktail party effect”? It’s how, even in a very noisy environment with lots of people speaking, we’re able to pick out and listen to one particular voice and tune out the rest. Scientists don’t know how we do it, but they’re studying bats to find out!
This weird science moment was brought to you by the letters “B” for bat and “N” for noise.