Young Adult Programs @ the Library
For anyone in 6th through 12th grades
MovieMakers for Young Adults
Wednesday, September 23rd from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Young adults in 6th through 12th grade are invited to MovieMakers at the library. The group will meet on Wednesday, September 23rd from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.
MovieMakers allows teens to participate in all aspects of movie production including script writing, editing, acting, directing, sound, special effects, and much more! New participants are always welcome.
Unmask Reading Program for Young Adults
Summer Reading Recap
It’s been another busy and exciting summer at the Pittsburg Public Library with programs for kids and young adults. Check out these impressive numbers:
967 kids participated in the Every Hero Has A Story Reading Program.
164 young adults participated in the Unmask Reading Program.
20,094 books were checked out for the reading program. (That’s 335 books each day—just for kids and young adults).
1,110 people attended sixteen programs for kids ages seven to eleven.
Kids earned 1,545 free swim passes to the Pittsburg Aquatic Center.
Kids earned 487 free mini-golf passes to Four Oaks Golf Course.
Swim and golf passes are courtesy of the City of Pittsburg and the Pittsburg Parks and Recreation Department—thank you!
5,747 kids (of all ages) attended a program at the library this summer.
Congratulations to Elaina Coleman and Donald Wiley
These two cool kids are the winners of the Grand Prize drawings for the Young Adult Summer Reading Program—Unmask. They each received a $100 Wal-Mart Gift Card.
Thank you to everyone who participated!
Special Thanks to everyone who helped create our YA Zombie Movie
It Came From The Library!
Young adults were responsible for writing the script, make-up, costumes, filming, and video editing. Because it was so good, we ended up with several versions.
Click the links below to check it out...if you dare!
It Came From The Library (full color)
It Came From The Library (silent film version)
It Came From The Library (sepia)