Thanks to Elly Blue and Joe Biel from Microcosm Publishing for a ridiculously fun evening!
Whether you want to collect your prizes from the Jeopardy Summer Reading Program or just want to eat, drink, and be merry before school starts, this is one party you won’t want to miss.
The festivities will take place on Monday, August 19th, at 7:00 PM in the Outdoor Amphitheater behind the Library. Those who are brave enough to rock a “literary” inspired costume (character, author, Hippogriff, etc.) will have the chance to win prizes for his/her creativity. If no one comes in costume, Sally (Katie’s Chihuahua) will take home all the prizes for her outstanding Dobby outfit.
Please register (and include any friends you are bringing) so we can feed everyone plenty of goodness.
What do two teenage hackers and a mysterious, incurable disease all have in common? Find out when we read Michelle Gagnon’s gripping novel, Don’t Turn Around. The evening will begin with a lively discussion of the book and conclude with a very special Q&A session with the author, Michelle Gagnon! Registration is required. Register here.
All events are open to high school students only.
Chosen by Time Magazine as the #1 book of 2012, John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars is a unique and moving story. Hazel and Augustus meet in a support group for teens with cancer and the result is…hilarious? It’s also heartbreaking, joyful and tragic in ways one must read the novel to understand. Comforting cookies provided. Registration is required. Register here.
The Library is closed on the first Thursday in July, July 4th, so this “First Thursday” event is taking place on the third Thursday in July. Just trying to keep things exciting…
All events are open to high school students only
Celebrate the talents of Tamalpais High’s Honors Drawing and Painting students as we kick off the month-long Tam High art exhibit. The exhibit will feature 20-30 mixed media works and the reception will include presentations from some of the students as well as artist Michael Cutlip, whose classroom visit provided the inspiration for many of the pieces featured in the exhibit.