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Teens: Get Your Game On @ the Library

So what is G.O.A.T.: Gaming on a Table? It's a teen program that focuses on tabletop gaming, rpgs (Role Playing Games), and CCGs (Collectible Card Games). We have games on hand but you are also welcome to bring your own games and handheld devices (Switch, 3DS, etc.). We meet the last Thursday of the month at 6pm. No sign up is required but we do ask that participants be ages 12-18 years old. So join us for an evening of gaming!

Pokemon Club

Play Pokemon themed games with new friends here at North Channel Library on Saturday, September 30 from 3-4pm. Create your own Pikachu puppet craft project today! Bring your cards and/or handheld devices for fun and enjoy crafts and refreshments too...Pokemon Club is recommended for children ages 6-12 years. No registration is required an we'll meet in the Public Meeting Room. 

Pokemon is licensed by Pokemon and Nintendo.

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Teens: Get Your Game on @ the Library With the Nintendo Switch

Beat those end of the semester blues with G.O.A.T: Gaming on a Table and Nintendo Switch. On Thursday, May 25th at 6:30pm, join us as we sample all the great games available for the Switch. Have a Switch? Bring yours and play along with us! This program is for teens and tweens in grades 6-12. 

Teens:Get Your Game On @ the Library

Calling all teen gamers! Enjoy the latest in tabletop games, card games, RPGs, and more with your fellow gamers the last Thursday every month at 6:30pm. 

Teens: Get Your Game On @ the Library this Thursday

Calling all Tabletop Teens! Join us on Thursday at 6:30pm for G.O.A.T.--Gaming on a Table. Bring your own tabletop games or play the games we have in stock. We have everything from Chess to Zombie Dice! Beginners welcome! 

Are You Ready To Go?: Learn an Ancient Game @ Your Library

Bored with board games? Conquered all the levels of the latest video game sensation? Are you looking for a new gaming challenge? Check out Go, a game that takes a few minutes to learn but a lifetime to master.

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