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Join us on the 1st Thursday, December 5 @ 6:30pm
VOLUNTEERING and Service Projects!
On the agenda!
San Juan County teens, youth mentors, etc. record volunteer and service learning hours online.
The online record can be printed for documentation when filling out job applications, college applications, etc. Discuss teen issues and find solutions to reach out, speak out and help out your community. Not limited to Farmington youth… Aztec, Bloomfield, Kirtland and Shiprock, too!
Winter Solstice on December 21
Make noise shakers from 11am to 11:45am to join the drummers at the Winter Solstice celebration at noon!
GUYS READ from 11am to noon
Na'atl'o' String Stories
If you can't make it to the live presentation, the movie with the Coyote presenting the string stories will be shown. String will be provided at the session.
No School Days -- Movie Marathon
No School Days -- Teen Gaming Tournaments
YOUTH MAKER FAIR "MAKE.DO"
Youth ages 8 to 19
Application is available on the website
If you are not presenting… then join us!
If you have registered your event, you will be notified by Monday, December 23.
Youth presenters bring together science, art, craft, engineering, and music in an exciting event! Making an appearance at the YOUTH Make.Do is the Bristlebot!
What is a Bristlebot?
Working with basic electronics, the BrushBot uses the head of a toothbrush as its body and the bristles as its legs. The hundreds of nylon hairs twitch and vibrate to make the "bot" bounce along like a nervous little insect. A tiny pager motor and coin cell battery provide the get up and go. If you are attending the event, have fun and learn! Participate in the SPRING BREAK YOUTH Make.Do to celebrate Teen Tech Week!
ALL AGES HOLIDAY READING!
Read through the holidays. No awards, just leisure reading!
Log books beginning on the Thanksgiving week holiday, November 22 through January 6, 2014.
The Shiprock Branch Library is open to the public. We are located on Hwy. 491 North across from the Northern Navajo Medical Center. Our door is on the east side of the Shiprock Boys & Girls Club building. All programs offered by the Shiprock Branch Library are FREE. Get a library card! Use the computers at the library. Check the Shiprock Library Events Calendar. Hours: 9:00am to 6:00pm, Monday Through Friday and we are closed Saturday and Sunday.