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Students going into grades 4 to 9 looking for an opportunity to volunteer this summer can help out in the Children’s Room of the Hudson Library. Participants must attend one of the volunteer training sessions. Jobs will include passing out Summer Reading packets, straightening up the Children’s Room and helping librarians with programs and tasks as needed. Volunteers will receive one entry form for a prize drawing for every hour worked.
Please choose only session to attend:
Tuesday, 5/29, at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, 5/30, at 10:00 a.m.
Saturday, 6/2, at 1:00 p.m.
Always entertaining with stories and song, famed singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor’s performance is sure to be a hit with the whole family. A natural performer, his show will include many of his original songs and top-40 hits peppered with personal stories and anecdotes. No registration required.
Come and show off your mad lip syncing skills & enjoy some delicious pizza from local pizzerias. Teens may compete as by themselves or with a group and may bring their own songs, as long as the lyrics are appropriate. Are the lyrics appropriate? If you have to ask… find a different song. Contestants are free to wear costumes and bring props to prove that they have what it takes to be Hudson’s Lip Sync Champion! Not interested in competing? Then come and vote for the greatest performance by an individual or group and the best pizza in town!
Calling all innovators entering grades 6–8! Looking for a fun, high-energy program where you can team up with friends or work with new friendsto make the impossible possible? Check out Invention Project on Mondays – Fridays on June 11 - 15 & June 18-22 at 2:00 p.m.The Invention Project was developed by the National Inventors Hall of Fame and is designed to provide a perfect balance of STEM content, entrepreneurial concepts, kinesthetic activities and a “hang out” space, allowing participants’ creativity to flourish. Each session will focus on a different STEM concept and teens will enjoy activities such as robotics, kinetics, and video game design.Registration is required for each day. This free ten-session series of Invention Project is made possible with funds from The Burton D. Morgan Foundation
Join us for an after hours anime con! Grades 6 and up from 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
The event will feature a variety of activities including gaming, anime screenings, artist alley, cosplay, an art contest, panels and food.
All participants must bring a signed permission slip to the program as admission. Permission slips can be picked up at the Teen Desk.
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