Tracy Bristol will teach a class for teens and adults on how to make paper flowers out of book pages. All supplies will be provided. Participants will leave the class with their own handmade book-quets.
Teens having fun: Desert Junior High eighth-graders enjoy a friendly after-school game of air hockey at the Edwards Teen Center while waiting for their parents. Ricara Daniels seated waits to challenge the winner. Players Tabitha Stankewitz, left, and Tiana Amos battle for the high score.
We are headed to Myrtle Beach with 3 girls ages 18, 17, and 17 to celebrate my daughter's 18th birthday. She really wants to find some nightlife. Is there anywhere that has a teen night or a teen club that girls that age won't think is lame?
Original Press Release. Beginning July the Bright Spot Reading Center will feature books geared at youth ages 11 to 15 and will include programming to encourage adolescents to read more and develop a more positive attitude toward reading. Programming will include activities in drama, art and technology; field trips to [insert locations] and service learning projects in order to create reading opportunities in every area of the Club.
Growing up in a small town is hard. We've heard from plenty of teens and parents alike that there is nothing for teenagers to do in Texarkana. That's why we've created our Teen Spot Map to showcase all the great activities that kids and their families can do right here in the Ark-La-Tex!
Better Beginnings Better Futures is a prevention program for high-risk communities. To reduce the incidence of serious long-term emotional and behavioural problems in children. To promote the optimal social, emotional, behavioural, physical and educational development in children.
My daughters age 17 want to find a place to listen to music and dance in Cocoa Beach when we go in October. Any spots. That could be a tough one. My wife and I will be in CB the week starting Oct8!
Second Floor—North Building Created as a result of the reorganization of the Main Library, this new department was designed to exclusively support the needs and interests of teenagers. From its new home on the second floor of the North Building, the TeenSpot offers a wide range of services for teen customers.
The Solana Beach City Council has approved the site of Distillery West for a teen-age nightclub, but the city manager has not yet decided whether Richard Henry Vander will receive a permit to run such a club. He said his decision on Vander will probably be made within a week. Mayor Margaret Schlesinger said she was surprised at the backing Vander received, given recent disclosures about his criminal record.