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Gautier Library to host Winter Game Days for Students - Dec 30
The Gaiter Public Library will host Winter Game Day for students on school break on Monday, December 30, from 12 noon until 4 p.m. at the library.
Students can play favorite games in groups or solo style on a variety of games. Play several types of video Wii games and popular board games with friends. Families are invited.
For more information, call the library at 392-3250 or visit the library at 2100 Library Lane near the Community College campus.
Moss Point Library continues Teen book club - Thurdays
The Ina Thompson Moss Point Library is continuing a free, expressive book club just for teens in the community. The group will meet Thursday, January 16, from 6 to 7 p.m., at the library.
Teens age 12 and up can be part of the group and help decide what books to suggested to the group. Also members will help name the group.
“We and our teens want this club to be more than just a book club. It will continue to be a gathering of friends who share ideas and get involved,” said youth services assistant Sasha Orr.
Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Moss Point Library.
For more information, call the library at 475-7462 or visit 4119 Bellview Street near downtown.
Pascagoula Library celebrates Christmas with Santa Workshop for Teens
The Pascagoula Public Library held a Christmas Craft program at the library.
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Gautier Library to host Teen Yoga Program
Teens are invited to a free evening of "Stress Less with Yoga" on Tuesday, September 28, from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. at the Gautier Public Library.
The program is open to teens who might need to take a time-out with a refreshing yoga session with instructor Carol Dahl of River Rock Yoga studio in Ocean Springs. The group will listen to relaxing music for stretching all troubles away. Teens can indulge in healthy, delicious snacks after the program.
The Gautier Public Library is located at 2100 Library Lane near the college. For more information, call 497-4531.
Laugh Out Loud! @ the Gautier Public Library hosted a Mad Poet Tea Party complete with the Mad Hatter and everyone else!! See the slideshow here...
Local teens (below) in Moss Point prepare for “Splash Day,” the weekly Summer Reading program at the Ina Thompson Moss Point Library. Pictured left to right are Abbie Yates, Kalyah Kennedy, youth services assistant Jennifer Townsend, Shelby Frederic, Kuyonda Kennedy, and in front Jennifer’s son Noah, and Jada Holmes.
Everyone had fun at Teen Summer Reading!! Watch the fun...
LOL :) Library Out Loud!! - the Gautier Public Library....YOGA @ YOUR LIBRARY!! Teen Summer Reading continues with YOGA!!, Poetry, T-Shirt making and much more... Ms. Carol Dahling of River Rock Yoga Studio in Ocean Springs led 9 teens, Ms. Cheramie, and Ms. Bethany in a beginner's yoga class. We learned the names of many yoga poses, plus the techniques of each. In addition, we told a story using the names of these yoga poses. Play games and join in with others talking about books, topics and issues! Call the library at 497-4531 for details!!
LOL :) Library Out Loud!! - the Gautier Public Library....T-SHIRT MAKING @ YOUR LIBRARY!! Teen Summer Reading continues with YOGA!!, Poetry, T-Shirt making...
Pascagoula Public Library Teen Summer Reading participants gained a wealth of knowledge from Ali Leggett from MS Department of Marine Resources Coastal Preserves department at last week's program!
LOL :) Laugh Out Loud!! at your Library - the Gautier Public Library.... Teen Summer Reading continues with Poetry, T-Shirt making and much more... Play games and join in with others talking about books, topics and issues! Call the library at 497-4531 for details!! Visit us at www.JGRLS.org today!!
Vancleave Library creates movable Teen Center; Teens now have their own "space"
Teens of all ages are invited to the grand opening of the new Teen Center at the Vancleave Public Library meeting room on Friday, January 8, from 4 to 7 p.m. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Library.
The Teen Center is equipped with laptop computers and moveable furnishings that the teens will help set up and move around as needed. Making a space for teens during these hours will benefit library users in all age groups and give teen age groups special attention and their own special place in the library.
During 2009, the Mississippi Library Commission approved and funded three Library Services and Technology Act grants to the Jackson-George Regional Library System. The library system was awarded a total of $44,627.60 in grant funds. Of that amount, the Vancleave Teen Center used $11,640 to complete the project.
The Vancleave Public Library is located adjacent to Vancleave Middle School and Vancleave High School. It has become a popular after school hangout for teens creating more demand for services than the current facility provides.
The Vancleave moveable Teen Center was created to attract, inform, entertain, and facilitate a space just for teens at the library after school each week day that schools are in session. It will also be used for special teen programming. Input for the design of the center includes current teen patrons, staff and library manager.
Branch manager Dana Woods said, "This space will provide teens a welcome and inviting environment at the library to read, study, relax, and spend time on the computer. We hope through the use of the Moveable Teen Center teen patrons will be better served and become life-long library users."
Library System Sponsors "Twilight Ball" Event
Fans of the soon-to-be released "Twilight; New Moon" movie had fun at the Twilignt Ball at the Pascagoula Public Library recently.
The system-wide program for teens was held at the Pascagoula Public Library in the library meeting room. This was a free event sponsored by the Youth Services department based on the fast selling Twilight book series.
Twilight "New Moon" theme activities featured games, surprise contests, a costume contest, music and a dance. Refreshments will also be served.
The first book, published in 2005, Stephenie Meyer's novel "Twilight" instantly captured the hearts and minds of young readers across the county. Youthful fans continue to bring the less-than-conventional characters to life with events like the library’s Twilight Ball.
"Creature Costume" contest at Gautier Library on Oct. 27
Teens who want something interesting to do this Halloween can enter the Gautier Public Library’s “Create a Creature” contest and party to be held Tuesday, October 27, at 6 p.m.
During the month of October, teens are invited to create an original 3-D creature out of junk. Just complete a form to provide a name for the creature and write about its creature features that may include, but are not limited to, magical powers, height, weight, hobbies, favorite book to read, and more. Also, each teen must include a scary story or poem about this creature. Entries will be displayed at the library during October. Only one entry per person permitted for the contest.
At the program, teens may dress as the creature they had create in the costume contest. Teens will receive prizes: an overall prize for best creature and story, scariest creature, and funniest creature. The teen who looks most like his or her creature will win prizes.
Other activities are planned and refreshments will be provided.
For more information, call the library at 228-497-4531. The library is located next to the MS Gulf Coast Community College.
Teens Invited to Library's Open Mic Night @ Vancleave Public Library
Teens were invited to "express yourself" at the Vancleave Public Library's Open Mic Night on Thursday, August 27, at 5 p.m. in the community meeting room. Watch for the next program/event and celebrate a new season of self-expression at your library.
Groups or individuals and can be any type of musical performance. call today to reserve your slot by calling the library at 228-826-5857.
Vancleave Library Hosts Poetry Slam for Teens
See the SRP Teens Drama - The Cowboy Prince on You-Tube
Summer Reading Teens at Gautier; Sign Language Workshop Pics
Vancleave Teen Program with Dana; Song Writing 101: on You-Tube!
Teen Summer Reading @ Your Library starts...
Each branch library hosts special programs each week which are completely free. Weekly programs for each of three age groups will include special “Express Yourself” Teen programs.
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See the latest Teen Video: Dance Extreme at Pascagoula
Libraries Sponsor "Twilight Prom" Event
Fans of the recently released "Twilight" movie will love to sink their teeth into a night of music, contests and fun based on the fast selling Twilight book series. The Pascagoula Public Library held "Twilight Prom" in March, in the library meeting room. This was a free event sponsored by the Youth Services department of the Jackson-George Regional Library System.
Twilight book series theme activities included games, surprise contests, a costume contest, music and a dance. SEE THE SLIDE-SHOW.
The first book, published in 2005, Stephenie Meyer's novel "Twilight" instantly captured the hearts and minds of young readers across the county. A new book with an August 2nd release is the final novel in the Twilight Saga. Youthful fans continue to bring the less-than-conventional characters to life with events like the library’s Twilight Prom.
The Pascagoula Public Library is located at 3214 Pascagoula St. near downtown.
Pascagoula Public Library hosts Teen Week "Books with Bite"
Programs scheduled are:
"I Bite!” Monday, October 13, 2:30-4:30 pm
Ina Thompson Moss Point Library hosts Teen Week
Enter the Scary Essay and Poem Contest for Teens sponsored by the Ina Thompson Moss Point Library and Friends of the Moss Point Library.
One submission per teen (grade 6 thru 12) either a poem or an essay, no longer than 3 pages. Must be typed and double-spaced.
First Prize = $50.00 Gift Certificate from Byrd’s Music
Entries judged based on originality, scariness, spelling, punctuation, and ability to describe setting and character. Use of excessive violence or profanity will disqualify an entry.
All entries due by 7:00PM on Monday, October 13th.
Three top winning entries will be read aloud at a writers’ party on Thursday, October 16th at 6:00 PM. Public is welcome. Refreshments will be served by the Friends of the Moss Point Library.
Entries will be judged by a three-member panel from WLOX, Mississippi Press, and Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
Teens participate in summer reading programs at libraries...
Summer reading programs aren't just for little kids at the libraries in Jackson and George Counties. Most all libraries in the system are holding special programs just for Teens that are aimed to enhance their lives as well as motivate them to visit their library.
Teens from across Jackson and George Counties volunteer at summer reading programs in libraries
Coast libraries in Jackson and George Counties are where many local teen volunteers are choosing to spend their summer vacation.
East Central Public Library teen volunteers, (left to right front) Dee Dee Walker, Kerriel Lawery, Katie Freeman, (back) Luke Kelly, Mick Kelly, Shayla McAdams, Nicole Tanner and Brandon Smith, help youth services assistant Micki Lofton (far right) with children's reading records.
At the Pascagoula Public Library, (left to right) Tyler Daniels, Riyana Marshall, and Katelyn Miller, help children register and record books they’ve read to earn prizes.
Also at Pascagoula, teens (front left) Maggie Criddle, MaryBeth Nunenmacher, Jaylen Leverette, Cecilia Criddle, (back left) Brandon Conder, Sydney Le, Brandi Piepgras, Elijah Schuette, and Deshawn Kinnard help out on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Teens from Moss Point, Shelby Frederic (left) and Somalia Thomson, help at the registration desk - usually the busiest place in the library.
Teen volunteers also re-shelve books and other library materials during the week at each library in the system. Some also help with puppet plays and handing out refreshments and prizes..
Pascagoula Library Celebrates Teen Read Week!
Teen Read Week is a free, fun after school program filled with activities for teens that is celebrated nation-wide. Several area libraries are participating in special Teen programs during the week of October 15-20.
All during the week, teens can tell a joke to the children's librarian and get a piece of candy. And they can enter the Joke Contest. Just fill out the joke form and enter a joke to win a prize. The winner will be announced on Friday, October 19, during at the giant ice cream sundae event.
"Karaoke" Thursday, Oct. 18 - Come sing your way to being crowned king or queen of Karaoke from 3:00 -6:30 p.m. Winners will be announced at 6:30.
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Ice Cream Friday, Oct. 19 - Teens can come and enjoy a part of one giant ice cream sundae at 3 p.m.
Afternoon at the movies, Saturday, Oct. 20 at 2:30 p.m. - Teens can come and watch "Employee of the Month" starring Dane Cook.
For more info, call the library at 769-3060. The library is located at 3214 Pascagoula Street in downtown Pascagoula.
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