Project Tween Koinobori July 2018 Gallery

July 27, 2018

This month, Tweens painted a Koinobori (a windsock or colorful fish kite) to celebrate Children’s Day in Japan.  Enjoy the photos! Project Tween is a monthly program geared for youth between 10-14 years old at the Huntley Area Public Library. For more details, dates and times for upcoming Project Tween programs, please check the Huntley Area Public Library’s official website, the print or online copy of the library’s newsletter The Whole Story.

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Teen Tuesday: Henna Art June and July 2018 Gallery

July 17, 2018

Our popular henna event/artist is back!  Rebecca Huston from Heathen Ink Tattoo returned to decorate area teens with temporary, henna tattoos.  Participants also learned how to use the henna applicators to create their own designs.  Photos are from two sessions, one in June and one in July.

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Project Tween Jellyfish June 2018 Gallery

June 25, 2018

This month, Tweens painted a jellyfish step-by-step.  They created an underwater masterpiece using acrylic paint on canvas to take home and display.  Enjoy the photos! Project Tween is a monthly program geared for youth between 10-14 years old at the Huntley Area Public Library. For more details, dates and times for upcoming Project Tween programs, please check the Huntley Area Public Library’s official website, the print or online copy of the library’s newsletter…

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Project Tween Sharpie Art Workshop April 2018 Gallery

May 7, 2018

Tweens used Sharpies to create pictures, unique mugs, buttons and more.  Enjoy the photos! Project Tween is a monthly program geared for youth between 10-14 years old at the Huntley Area Public Library. For more details, dates and times for upcoming Project Tween programs, please check the Huntley Area Public Library’s official website, the print or online copy of the library’s newsletter The Whole Story.

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Animal Ears March 2018 Gallery

April 19, 2018

Teens met up at the library to make animal ears (for costumes, cosplay, and everyday wear) out of duct tape or fleece.  We attached them to barrettes, headbands, bobby pins, and hair bands to affix them to our heads!  Some sewing happened, but the hot glue guns were very popular.  Check out what we made!  

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