Pre-teens, teens, and their families can find their voice for art and trivia through two more fun and free events this June at the Rock Island Public Library.
Pre-teens, teens and their families can "find their voice" through a special art program with the Figgee, and a fun trivia night for fans of anime and manga.
The library’s Teen Department will offer a free Art with the Figge program on June 23, from 5pm to 6 pm at the Rock Island Downtown Library, 401 19th Street. The free hands-on art project with the Figge’s art educator is specifically for school-age pre-teens and teens from ages 12 to 18. No registration is required.
On June 27, the Rock Island Library will also host a fun trivia game for fans of manga and anime. The fast-paced game consists of six rounds with six questions each. The event is mainly for fun and bragging rights, though there will be some prizes. The free anime/manga trivia night is 6pm to 7pm, on June 27, at the Rock Island Library Watts-Midtown Branch, 2715 30th Street. The game is free and open to all ages and families, and no registration is required.
The above events are all free and open to all.
For more news about events and services at the Rock Island Public Library, visit the library website, follow library social media, or call 309-732-READ.
Find Your Voice this summer with reading and events for all ages, June 1 through July 31 at the Rock Island Public Library Downtown Library, Southwest Branch, Watts-Midtown Branch, and Library2Go locations.