Northland Library March events
MIDDLE SCHOOL MONDAYS
This is a new after school program for middle school students, grades six through eight which involves different activities every week from crafts to gaming to book discussions, to homework help from 3-4 p.m. in the Board Room. No registration is required.
March 2 – Watch the movie Holes and discuss the book.
March 9 – Watch the movie Holes and discuss the book.
March 16 – We will get ready for St. Patrick’s Day!
March 23 – Sweet treats! We will enjoy all things chocolate.
March 30 – Gaming day! Play a video or board game of your choice.
TACTILE TUESDAYS – New!
This is a new hour-long program that will let young adults get their hands dirty! On Tuesday, March 3 at 3 p.m., the group will meet in the Board room across from the Young Adult room and enjoy fun with Play-Doh! This group will meet on the first Tuesday of each month doing something different, Legos, crafts, or a surprise. Students from sixth to twelfth grade are welcome. No registration is required.
TEEN ADVISORY GROUP
Wednesday, March 4 from 3-4 p.m. in the Board Room
Interested in getting more involved with Teen Activities at Northland? Join the Teen Advisory Group each month for an hour discussion and planning meeting. This group decides and organizes events for teens. If you need community service hours this is an easy way to earn it! No registration is required.
Teen Thursdays is an after school program for older teens in grades nine through twelve. A variety of activities are enjoyed by attendees every Thursday of the month at 3 p.m. No registration is required.
March 5 – We will start our Teen Tech Week project.
March 12 – Computer lab. We will continue to work on our project for Teen Tach Week!
March 19 – Continue to work on our Outside Game Day project.
March 26 – Begin to work on our Murder Mystery for April.
FIRST® Tech Challenge Overview
Tuesday, March 31 from 6-8 p.m.
FIRST® Tech Challenge (FTC) will be here to talk about all things robots! FTC is designed for students in grades 7-12 to compete head to head, using a sports model. Teams are responsible for designing, building, and programming their robots to compete in an alliance format against other teams. This group of teens will demonstrate their robots and explain about the different levels of the competition.Visit Event Website for More Info