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Spring Fling Dance Party!

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Not sure how your kids are going to entertain themselves during spring break? Have them show off their dance moves at the Spring Fling Dance Party featuring Dance Dance Revolution and Wii Just Dance!. Atkinson library will host on Monday, April 18 at 1:30 p.m. and Villard library will host on Tuesday, April 19 at 1:30 p.m.
This event is for kids ages 6 to 12. For more information, or if you have any questions, call (414)286-3011.



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Teen Video Game Tournament @ Central Library

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On Saturday, March 26 at 1:00 p.m., the Teen Advisory Board is hosting a Super Smash Brothers Video Game Tournament and Video Game dance-off at the Central Library. Show off your gaming skills and your moves! Prizes will be awarded to the top three players in each tournament. In order to be eligible for prizes, contestants must register. Registration and open play will occur for the first 30 minutes of the event. This event is sponsored by the Helen Bader Foundation and Best Buy.

For more information, call (414)286-3011.



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Get Your Game On @ The Library!

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Calling all teens ages 13-18! Stop into one of your participating neighborhood libraries on selected dates in March for the Super Smash Brothers Gaming Tournament. This gaming tournament is hosted by the Teen Advisory Board and sponsored by the Helen Bader Foundation. Teens can choose to compete at Bay View, Forest Home, Martin Luther King, Jr., or Mill Road for a chance to qualify for the finals at Central Library. Test your gaming skills for a chance to win bragging rights as well as prizes! Snacks will be provided, so come on over to get your game on!


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Build a Better Brain with Games and Puzzles

Board games.png Did you know that November 22 - 29 is National Game and Puzzle Week? This annual event takes place the Sunday through Saturday of Thanksgiving week and is a great reminder of the fun to be had playing games with family and friends...and, if you're feeling a bit more solitary, there are mental treats like crossword puzzles and sudoku, too. Not only can you have fun, but playing board games and doing puzzles can also help you to build a better brain.

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