Teens

Teen Drama Winter Camp Starts Dec. 26 - Jan 5!

Grades 6-12.  

Registration required.  Call (954) 630-4366.   

Bring a friend and sign-up soon as space is limited!

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Do you have dreams of one day becoming a famous actor or perhaps you would like to learn about what goes on behind the scenes instead of on stage?  Do you want to earn community services hours while having fun and expressing yourself?  Then don't hesitate and join us this winter break as we host a FREE teen drama camp led by professional playwright and drama teacher, Rick Karlin. During this 8-day camp which runs Wednesdays to Saturdays, you will be learning theater technique, rehearsing a script, learning songs and dances, designing and building a set, and assembling costumes and props.  
Snacks will be provided too! (Parents Orientation Meeting Required Thurs., 12/20/18 at 5:30PM
Click here for Teen Drama Camp Flyer (PDF)

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Volunteering at the library is a great way to serve your community, gain work experience, and earn community service hours. Teen volunteers assist the library with shelving, storytime preparation, special events or programs, and more. If you have a passion for reading, then you might want to participate as a Big Reading Buddy and earn community services hours while helping young kids improve their reading skills. If you love libraries, want to make a positive difference in the community, and enjoy working with people and children, then call or visit us to find out more information about the Ethel M. Gordon Oakland Park Library’s teen volunteer program.

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For more information please contact Teen Volunteer Coordinator Miss Natali at 954-630-4367.
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