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Looking for something scary to play this Halloween? Try out one of the games below and let us know if you survived!

Teen Halloween Movie Night

Looking for something to do on Halloween? Come join us on October 31st, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm to watch a movie while enjoying pizza and pop. Participants will choose between watching the classic "Hocus Pocus" or the thriller "A Quiet Place." This program is for ages 13 to 18. 

Pizza and pop while supplies lasts.

Upcoming sessions

Thursday, October 31 - 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Community Room

Scary Flashlight Stories

Join us on October 29th, from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm to listen to scary stories told IN THE DARK. A storyteller will read a selection of scary stories using only a flashlight for light. Participants will also get a chance to share their own scary story told by flashlight or read one of the stories provided. This program is recommended for ages 8 - 12. 

 

Image: Spoooky Stories, Day 294 of 365 under (CC BY 2.0)

Upcoming sessions

Tuesday, October 29 - 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Friends' Activity Room

The popular game series, The Witcher, is now getting a Netflix adaptation! Did you know both the video game and the TV show are based on a book series? The fantasy novels, Saga o Wiedźminie, are written by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. Check out the first book today, "The Last Wish" and follow along with the suggested reading order.

Read this first: This is a collection of short stories that introduces the Witcher, Geralt of Rivia. This also explains how Yennefer and Geralt are bonded. 

Sword of destiny by Andrzej Sapkowski

Read this second: This is another collection of short stories that explains Geralt's connection to Ciri. 

Royal Pony Party

Due to the recent rainy weather, we ask you to join us in our Community Room for this magical event. Inside you can meet real Prince and Princess characters and real life pony unicorns on our front porch. There will also be games, a light snack, and a craft (while supplies last). This program is for all ages and costumes are encouraged!

  • All Ages
  • No Registration
  • Craft and Snack As Supplies Last
  • 80 lbs weight limit for Unicorn Pony 

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

The challenge for the builders this month was to create the ultimate superhero or super villain hideout!

  • Genghis Khan was made by two young ladies that wanted to make a villain hideout.
  • I'm Watching You was made by Alexandria. This villain hideout captures people and has a siren alarm for anyone who tries to escape or come in.
  • Sharigan was made by Saif and Ali. This villain hideout has cars, a flag, and guards.
  • Superhero Base was made by Fatima. This hero hideout included instruments, four people, and a flag.
  • Villain Base was made by Khalid. This hideout had several moving traps, an airplane, and car.
  • Dragonfly was also made by Fatima. This hideout had a roof, flags, and a guard.
  • The Breeeze was made by Courtney. This villain hideout had an elephant trunk, a watering can for the villains plants, a satellite dish for an umbrella, and a pet spider.
  • Villain Boat was created by Khole. This villain hideout had a portal and an event-able excite-a-boat. 
  • Something was created by Teja. It is so secret, that we only know it does.....something!
  • Hero Base was created by David. This hideout includes an archer, a launcher, guards with swords, gold, and a boss.
  • DC Villain Hideout was created by Kavin. This hideout has a flag, an eye that scans everyone who enters, a lava pool that you have to wear a red mask so you can swim in, a secret watch parrot, and an octopus for a pet. 

Did you finish watching Captain Marvel and want more? Check out these comics that feature the characters and storylines that inspired the movie. 

The movie was mostly based on this run of Carol Danvers. Start reading here with volume one.

Captain Marvel. 2, Stay fly by Kelly Sue DeConnick

If you want to see more of Goose, Captain Marvel's "cat", be sure to read this volume of Captain Marvel. 

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