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West University Book Group-August 5

the harder they comePlease join us to discuss The Harder They Come, by T.C. Boyle.  Wednesday August 5, 2015, at 11 a.m.

Mask painting for teens

The Museum of Fine Arts Houston teen organization will present a 1 hour program for teens to create and decorate masks at the West University Library on Tuesday July 7 at 2:30 PM. All supplies are provided. The program will be at the Senior Center Auditorium, next to the Library.
This program is for tweens and teens – ages 10 to 15. 
 

Snakes in the library

       If you like snakes or just want to learn more about them, come to the West University Library Wednesday July 8 at 3 PM.  Snake expert Thomas Davis will bring a large of assortment of snakes for us to meet and learn about.  You’ll be able to pet the snakes and ask your questions.  This program will appeal to children ages 4 to 12 years.

Martial Arts Program

                                  

Teen movie and snacks

On Tuesday June 23 at 2:15 PM, tweens and teens will be treated to a showing of the movie Seventh Son at the Senior Center auditorium next to the West University Library.  There will be assorted cushions to lounge on as you enjoy popcorn, sodas and other snacks.
This program is for tweens and teens – ages 10 to 15. 
 

Superhero Boot Camp

Spiderman will swing into the West University Library on Wednesday June 24 to lead children in great interactive super hero training activities. This 3 PM program is for children ages 4 to 12 years.  We will present the program next door at the Senior Center auditorium. Children are encouraged to wear /bring the masks and shields they made at last week’s craft program. 
 

Teen Martial Arts Program

Tuesday June 16 at 2:30 PM, tweens and teens will be able to learn some basic martial arts moves from the Bam Bam Martial Arts instructor.  The class will be 1 hour long and participants are asked to wear comfortable clothing that has no buttons, snaps or zippers.  This program is for tweens and teens ages 10 – 15 years.

The program will be in the auditorium at the Senior Center next to the library.

Superhero Craft Program

Children will have the opportunity to create their own super hero mask and shield at a library program on Wednesday June 17 at 3 PM.  While the children are waiting to create their masks or shields, they can spend time practicing their super hero aim by tossing bean bags through a Batman target.  All supplies are provided.

Balloon Twisting Program

Children are fascinated by balloons twisted in the shape of animals, swords or flowers. Wednesday June 10 at 3 PM, children - ages 5 to 12 years - will have the opportunity to learn how to twist balloons in a workshop led by Teri Stokes.  Teri is an expert balloon artist and her alter ego is Happy Heart the Clown.

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