Poster: Edward Scissorhands
Main Library
Meeting Rooms A, B & C
Wednesday, October 19 at 5:00 pm

Ages 12–19: Peg Bogs, a door-to-door saleswoman, discovers an isolated humanoid named Edward living in a dilapidated mansion and offers to take him home with her. At first, Edward is welcomed into the Bogs’ home and suburban neighborhood, but when he falls in love with the Bogs’ daughter Kim, her jealous boyfriend plots to turn to neighbors against Edward.

Computer screen with JavaScript
Main Library
Haute Create
Tuesday, October 18 at 5:00 pm

Ages 9 & Up: Do you want to develop web apps, add interest to your website, or expand your résumé with a sought-after skill? JavaScript, one of the world’s most popular programming languages, allows you to make basic web pages interactive—whether you want to add pop-ups, auto-update content, or animate graphics! Get familiar with the basics of this powerful language with an overview of the terms and operations necessary to start your own JavaScript program before you learn how to build and test a simple calculator. No prior coding knowledge is required.

Young girl with painting supplies
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Monday, October 17 at 1:30 pm

Ages 5–15: Whether your child is a seasoned artist or a first-time painter, they can learn the basics of working with acrylic paint, develop their hand-eye coordination, explore their creativity, and take home their very own painting on canvas.

Girl wearing Jack-o-lantern Halloween mask
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Thursday, October 13 at 5:00 pm

Ages 6–19: Add a personal touch to your Halloween costume with a custom mask! Choose from paper, feathers, sequins, and other craft materials at one of the mask-making stations. Options will be available for every skill level.

Teenagers hanging out
Main Library
Teen Space
Wednesday, October 12 at 6:30 pm

Ages 12-19: Do you want to impact what you see at the Library? As a

Teen Advisory Board member, you can plan incredible programs, implement popular trends, and serve as a positive role model for your peers and community. TAB meets monthly and welcomes all newcomers.

Poster: Twilight
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Wednesday, October 12 at 5:00 pm

Ages 12–19: High school student Bella Swan doesn’t expect her life to change much when she moves from Arizona to live with her father in Forks, Washington—until she meets a mysterious classmate and becomes embroiled in a supernatural showdown between the Cullen family and a group of nomadic vampires who are threatening her life.

Poster: Men in Black
Main Library
Haute Create
Wednesday, October 5 at 5:00 pm

Ages 12–19: After capturing an alien fugitive, police officer James Edwards III is recruited into a mysterious government organization responsible for monitoring, policing, and protecting inter-terrestrial beings who secretly live on and visit Earth. With his new partner K, James uncovers a deadly assassination plot that could start an intergalactic war.

Close-up of a computer screen with JavaScript
Main Library
Haute Create
Tuesday, October 4 at 5:00 pm

Ages 9 & Up: Do you want to develop web apps, add interest to your website, or expand your résumé with a sought-after skill? JavaScript, one of the world’s most popular programming languages, allows you to make basic web pages interactive—whether you want to add pop-ups, auto-update content, or animate graphics! Get familiar with the basics of this powerful language with an overview of the terms and operations necessary to start your own JavaScript program before you learn how to build and test a simple calculator. No prior coding knowledge is required.

Woman dressed as an evil fae with a glowing staff
Main Library
Haute Create
Monday, October 3 at 3:30 pm

Ages 15 & Up: Are you making the ultimate Halloween costume from scratch or building your next cosplay masterpiece for an upcoming convention? Work alongside other like-minded makers and creators, access Haute Create’s array of innovative technology, and receive assistance Vigo County Public Library’s Tech Team when you need it at the Haute Create Cosplay Co-Op. Every month, the Cosplay Co-Op will allow you to get hands-on with 3D printers, a laser cutting machine, sewing machines, and more! Please bring your own materials for your costume.

Rock painted to look like a Jack-o-lantern
Main Library
Pickup at South Entrance
Saturday, October 1 at (All day)

Ages 12–19: Venture into the unknown with this month’s lighthearted Spooky Season kit. Start your journey with Ada Ru, a sixth-grader who’s reluctantly spending her summer in Scotland instead of Disney World in Melissa Savage’s Nessie Quest. Then join twin brothers Tinn and Cole as they answer the call of a mysterious message and enter the Wild Wood to discover the secrets of a goblin horde in Changeling by William Ritter before you create haunting stones with instructions from Paint Your Own Halloween Rocks by Amanda Rogers.

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