EVENTS FOR TEENS and PROGRAMS FOR EVERYONE Some programs require pre-registration. To register for these free programs, use the online link in the program description below, or call 608-827-7402, email khudson@midlibrary.org, or stop by at the library's Service Desk. 
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Wednesday June 16   Registration Required   - Click Here to Register Online!
 
Online

Play as a bear trying to steal a bunch of honey at the annual Honeycon in this wacky and outrageous role-playing game! You and your fellow bears will work together to pull off the crime of a lifetime or sabotage each other in the process. This is a great introductory level RPG, so no experience is necessary. Register to receive the Zoom link. Grades 7-12.




Thursday June 24   Registration Required   - Click Here to Register Online!
 

Play as a fairy tale character in this virtual mystery where participants will solve the case of a missing trident in a magical kingdom. Work together, share clues, and accuse your suspect!  Sign up to receive your character information and the Zoom link. Grades 7-12.




Monday July 5   Sign-up Required   - Click Here to Register Online!
 
Online

Join the Teen Advisory Committee on Zoom, where we'll catch up, hang out, and plan future library events.  Attending the T.A.Co. counts towards volunteering.

For ages 12 and up.  Registration Required.




Tuesday July 13   
 
In the downstairs Archer Room (through the lobby stairwell)

Public Meeting, Everyone Welcome. 

Monthly library board meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month.  Agenda and minutes at midlibrary.org/board




Thursday July 15   Sign-up Required   - Click Here to Register Online!
 

Create a fun design using tie dye or bleach! Bring a clean cotton shirt shirt-white for tie or black for bleach. Other materials, including latex-free gloves, will be provided. Grades 7-12

Please note: this event will be taking place outside in the green space across from the Library.

 




Thursday July 22   Sign-up Required   - Click Here to Register Online!
 

Test your book knowledge and win prizes! Competitors will take part in a Jeopardy-style trivia contest. Winners will receive gift cards to Amazon and Barnes & Noble. 




Monday August 2   Sign-up Required   - Click Here to Register Online!
 
Online

Join the Teen Advisory Committee on Zoom, where we'll catch up, hang out, and plan future library events.  Attending the T.A.Co. counts towards volunteering.

For ages 12 and up.  Registration Required.




Wednesday August 4   
 
Outside the Library

Visit the Middleton Public Library at the annual National Night Out event held at Lakeview Park from 5:30-7:30pm on Wednesday, August 4.  

There will be free books for kids - teens! (while supplies last) 

Lakeview Park is located at 6300 Mendota Avenue in Middleton.  Weather permitting.




Saturday August 7   Registration Required   - Click Here to Register Online!
 
Outside the Library

Play as a suspect or victim in this 90s themed murder mystery!

It’s 1999, and paranoia is on the rise because of the predicted Y2K bug. When the clock strikes midnight at the turn of the millennium, experts have warned that computers will misread the year and kill us all – or at least something along those lines. Tensions are high, moods are foul, and the end of the world might be on the horizon.

An elite group of high society has made a cloak-and-dagger alliance to deal with the impending apocalypse. They have agreed to meet for the first time at an unassuming, secret location in Beverly Hills for the initial strategy meeting. It will take careful planning to ensure survival once the Y2K bug launches and the computers of the world reset to 1900, causing power grids to fail, financial markets to collapse, and travel to come to a screeching halt.

You have been included in this survival group. You must arrive on time with your best ideas for how to weather the Y2K storm. This is where your story begins.

 

Light snacks will be provided.




Tuesday August 10   
 
In the downstairs Archer Room (through the lobby stairwell)

Public Meeting, Everyone Welcome. 

Monthly library board meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month.  Agenda and minutes at midlibrary.org/board




Saturday August 14   
 

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED! SEE BELOW FOR INSTRUCTIONS

Join the Middleton Public Library at Park and Recreation's Adaptive Family Swim at the Walter R. Bauman Aquatic Center on Saturday, August 14 from 10am-12pm! 

This event focuses on persons with disabilities and their families & caregivers being able to explore the pool. Assistive devices will be permitted if needed to be able to participate! This special event is FREE for persons with disabilities and their families/caregivers.

Visit the Middleton Public Library at the event to choose free books to keep! (while supplies last)

This event requires pre-registration. Capacity limits will apply based on current guidelines. Please register on RecDesk: https://middleton.recdesk.com/Community/Home

 

 






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