There is a new teen program at the Pawling Library. Library After Hours will take place every last Saturday of the month from 6:00-8:00 PM, after the library has closed to the public. Each month the program will have a different theme and different activities. Check back at this page at the beginning of every month to see the upcoming theme.
Registration is required. Register in person at the Pawling Library or by calling (845) 855-3444
Saturday, July 29, 6:00-8:00 PM
Wear your comfiest pajamas and bring a pillow, because we are having a pajama party! We will start by playing some board games, then we will have a cupcake decorating contest! Gluten free or vegan cupcakes can be made available if necessary. Please let Kate know at least three days in advance if you have dietary restrictions.
Finally, we will dim the lights and play a chilling game of Werewolf. Werewolf is a role playing party game in which all players inhabit a small village. Unbeknownst to the villagers, one person is a werewolf. Each night, when the villagers go to sleep, the werewolf makes a kill. In the morning, players must deliberate and try to figure out which of their neighbors is actually a werewolf.
Saturday, June 24, 6:00-8:00 PM — CANCELLED
The Library After Hours program for June 24 has been cancelled. The theme, pajama party, will be postponed until the July session of Library After Hours.
Saturday, May 27, 6:00-8:00 PM
Wreck this Journal
Unleash your wacky side with this redefined version of journaling! Make, decorate, and bind your own journal to wreck. On each page you will leave instructions for the reader, like “sew this page,” “collect fruit stickers here,” “poke holes in this page,” and “spill a drink on this page.” Be as crazy and creative as you want! Think about how you can make the reader think outside the box, and incorporate your interests to make a journal that reflects your personality. You will leave with your own unique creation.
Saturday, April 29, 6:00-8:00 PM
Make Your Own Board Game
Use a printed board game template or start from scratch and make your own original board game. You can make cards, use dice, and be as creative as you want! Don’t forget to write out the rules. Make your own or collaborate with friends to make one together.
You will have an hour to make your game. Then for the last hour you can try out your new game and play each other’s games.
Saturday, March 25, 6:00-8:00 PM
Great Library Escape Game!
Work in teams to find a series of clues which make up the secret passcode to unlock the library door!
Game created by Chris Grabenstein, the author of Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library.