The James V. Brown Library offers teens a place to hang out with friends, eat snacks and play games once a month at Teen Night.
Games vary from the electronic versions such as Wii, Xbox or Playstation and the traditional ones such as Scrabble, Jenga and Dominoes.
This event is part of the Summer Reading Program, Dig into Reading.
The next Teen Night will be held 6 to 8 p.m. Friday and is open to youth ages 12 years old and up.
Registration is highly encouraged and can be completed online through our event calendar.
Youth also are invited to participate and register for the teen summer reading program. Completed reading logs will receive a special prize.
A special guest, Paul Miller of Flow Circus, will illustrate his passion for games.
Flow Circus has special skill toy kits that offer a dynamic and interactive way to ignite curiosity in tweens and teens.
Everyone will want to pick up and play with a variety of props that can be spun, balanced and tossed. There will be flower sticks, diabolos, spinning plates, kendamas and chatter rings.
Fans of Minute to Win It challenges, are invited to explore these hands-on, interactive games.
The James V. Brown Library champions the love of reading and opens doors to lifelong learning.
This summer, we are digging into reading which is about the wonders under our feet - root vegetables, buried treasure, dinosaur bones and critters.
For more information on summer reading program or the James V. Brown Library, visit 19 E. Fourth St., Williamsport, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday or online at www.jvbrown.edu.