Teens can stay busy this summer with an array of activities that will engage their imaginations and offer some friendly competition with online video gaming fun and trivia. The ‘Teen Writers Club’ will provide a story prompt every Monday, and teens can write a short story and submit it to the library at email@example.com. The library will create a zine featuring the submitted work at the end of the summer. Wednesdays at 5 p.m. is ‘Virtual CATSS’ — an opportunity to play video games with friends, create some cool crafts, or compete in a friendly online trivia game with Kahoot! Every Friday at 5 p.m. Kahoot! will make another appearance as teens compete against friends for bragging rights for the title of ‘Kahoot King or Queen’
Real page turner: Summit Library’s summer reading program begins June 13
Library engages local teens in their virtual summer reading program with Kahoot! contests
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