Tweens ages 10 to 13 can learn a little chemistry and use their STEAM science skills to make slime at the Nicholson Memorial Library System’s Tween Scene events in June.
Tween Scene is a program series designed for youth ages 10 through 13, which consists of activities related to fun and interesting themes. Participants also receive book recommendations based on each theme. The program takes place twice a month at various library locations on Thursday afternoons and evenings.
Participants at the June events will make their own slime using white glue, water, and a pre-made solution of water and borax. Glitter, shaving cream, and food coloring will be available as slime embellishments. Attendees may also bring their smartphones to record themselves manipulating their slime.
The first Tween Scene takes place at 6:30 p.m. on June 6, at the South Garland Branch Library, with the second occurring at 6:30 p.m. on June 13, at the North Garland Branch Library. Registration is required to attend the June Tween Scene events and is limited to fifteen participants each. Registration begins two weeks prior to each event at the location where the event will be held.
The South Garland Branch Library is located at 4845 Broadway Blvd., at Oates Road. The North Garland Branch Library is located at 3845 N. Garland Ave., at Apollo Road. Please be aware that photographs and video may be taken at Library programs for use in print and/or electronic media at the Library’s discretion. For more information or to register, call 972-205-3933 for the South Garland Branch Library, or 972-205-2804 for the North Garland Branch Library.