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QSA

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Old Town Library
Large Meeting Room 1

Finding a place to just be and hang out with your peers can be hard, so we welcome you to Poudre Library’s youth Queer Straight AllianceQSA is a safe space for all LGBTQQIP2SAA+ youth to gather. This is a place to socialize and discuss current events, life, and books, with the occasional craft thrown in, all while meeting new peers. What is said here stays here, but what is learned here leaves here. Stop in just to say hello or stay the whole time, all LGBTQQIP2SAA+ youth are welcome at QSA


Health and safety requirements will be enforced. Read about current health and safety requirements for library programs herehttps://read.poudrelibraries.org/events/welcome-back.cfm. 

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IMAGINANTES X: Get Prepped to Get Hired / Prepárate para que te contraten

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Online
Zoom - Community Outreach

Everyone starts somewhere! Join us in this virtual presentation where you will learn how to land your first job. Walk away knowing the tools you need to be successful in your job search from where to find opportunities, what you’ll need to apply, and how to highlight early experiences in a way employers will notice. 

Tuesday May 31, 2022

5:00 - 6:00 PM

For teens ages 14-18

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Interpretation to Spanish available. Presented by Larimer County Economic & Workforce Development's CareerRise Team

IMAGINANTES empowers youth through creative expression, career exploration, teamwork, heritage, and community engagement.

*****************************************************************************************************************************¡Empieza por lo primero! Acompáñanos en esta presentación virtual donde aprenderás cómo conseguir tu primer trabajo. Aprenderás a equiparte con las herramientas que necesitas para buscar trabajo exitosamente, desde dónde encontrar oportunidades, hasta cómo destacar tus experiencias de una manera que te hagan sobresalir.

Martes 31 de mayo, 2022

5:00 - 6:00 PM

Para adolescentes de 14 a 18 años.

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Interpretación al español disponible. Presentado por el equipo de Larimer County Economic & Workforce Development's CareerRise.

IMAGINANTES empodera a los jóvenes a través de la expresión creativa, la exploración de carreras, el trabajo en equipo, la herencia y el compromiso con la comunidad.


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FAFSA 101

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Old Town Library
Large Meeting Room Combo
Do you want to attend college but not sure how to pay for it? If you’re looking for help finding financial aid to attend college, join PSD and FRCC staff at this free library event to get step-by-step help filling out your FAFSA application. 

We will explain how FAFSA works and how to apply for student aid. Staff will be on site to help fill out forms and answer questions. Please bring IDs and social security numbers for online applications; laptops will be provided. 
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IMAGINANTES-X: Join the Flow - Únete al cambio

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Other Locations
CSU Plant Sciences Building, Room W212
In this week-long workshop, participants will be guided by accomplished Mexican artist Guillermo Castellanos who will share his skills in clay modeling, illustration, and Stop Motion animation. Using their new knowledge, youth will create their own Claymation to tell their story and to raise water conservation awareness in a creative way, while connecting with other teens.
IMAGINANTES-X empowers youth through creative expression, career exploration, teamwork, heritage, and community engagement.
June 6-10
9:00 am - 4:00 pm @ CSU
Field trip: June 8 @ Sylvan Dale Ranch
Closing Ceremony: June 10 @ Old Town Library

Free! Breakfast, lunch, snacks & transportation to Sylvan Dale Ranch included.
Limited to 25 participants. Registration required.
Call 980-658-3721 for more information
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IMAGINANTES-X: Join the Flow - Únete al cambio

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Other Locations
CSU Plant Sciences Building, Room W212
In this week-long workshop, participants will be guided by accomplished Mexican artist Guillermo Castellanos who will share his skills in clay modeling, illustration, and Stop Motion animation. Using their new knowledge, youth will create their own Claymation to tell their story and to raise water conservation awareness in a creative way, while connecting with other teens.
IMAGINANTES-X empowers youth through creative expression, career exploration, teamwork, heritage, and community engagement.
June 6-10
9:00 am - 4:00 pm @ CSU
Field trip: June 8 @ Sylvan Dale Ranch
Closing Ceremony: June 10 @ Old Town Library

Free! Breakfast, lunch, snacks & transportation to Sylvan Dale Ranch included.
Limited to 25 participants. Registration required.
Call 980-658-3721 for more information
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Teen Council

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Harmony Library
Community Room
Calling all teens in grades 6-12! Are you interested in making a difference in your library and community? If so, the Teen Council is the place for you! We'll meet once a month to plan fun programs, help shape the teen collection, discover exciting volunteer opportunities and more.
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IMAGINANTES-X: Join the Flow - Únete al cambio

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Other Locations
CSU Plant Sciences Building, Room W212
In this week-long workshop, participants will be guided by accomplished Mexican artist Guillermo Castellanos who will share his skills in clay modeling, illustration, and Stop Motion animation. Using their new knowledge, youth will create their own Claymation to tell their story and to raise water conservation awareness in a creative way, while connecting with other teens.
IMAGINANTES-X empowers youth through creative expression, career exploration, teamwork, heritage, and community engagement.
June 6-10
9:00 am - 4:00 pm @ CSU
Field trip: June 8 @ Sylvan Dale Ranch
Closing Ceremony: June 10 @ Old Town Library

Free! Breakfast, lunch, snacks & transportation to Sylvan Dale Ranch included.
Limited to 25 participants. Registration required.
Call 980-658-3721 for more information
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Registration begins 5/25/2022 at 9:00 AM

So You Got a Job, Now What?

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Council Tree Library
Large Meeting Room

Congratulations! You created a solid resume, completed job applications, impressed at the interview, and have been hired for your first jobWhat’s next?  


In this interactive workshop we’ll set you up for success by exploring the basics of the workplace environment. We'll cover how to impress your boss from day one, what forms you'll be expected to fill out, how to handle difficult situations, what your rights are, and more.


A pizza dinner will be provided.


Registration is required. For teens ages 14 to 18.


Health and safety requirements will be enforced. Read about current health and safety requirements for library programs here: https://read.poudrelibraries.org/events/welcome-back.cfm.

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IMAGINANTES-X: Join the Flow - Únete al cambio

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Other Locations
CSU Plant Sciences Building, Room W212
In this week-long workshop, participants will be guided by accomplished Mexican artist Guillermo Castellanos who will share his skills in clay modeling, illustration, and Stop Motion animation. Using their new knowledge, youth will create their own Claymation to tell their story and to raise water conservation awareness in a creative way, while connecting with other teens.
IMAGINANTES-X empowers youth through creative expression, career exploration, teamwork, heritage, and community engagement.
June 6-10
9:00 am - 4:00 pm @ CSU
Field trip: June 8 @ Sylvan Dale Ranch
Closing Ceremony: June 10 @ Old Town Library

Free! Breakfast, lunch, snacks & transportation to Sylvan Dale Ranch included.
Limited to 25 participants. Registration required.
Call 980-658-3721 for more information
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Océano de Posibilidades con Memo Plastilina

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Old Town Library
Large Meeting Room Combo

Acompaña al autor e ilustrador mexicano Memo Plastilina, en este taller de arte en persona, donde aprenderás a modelar un paisaje mientras haces conciencia de la importancia de la conservación del agua.

 

Todos los materiales serán proporcionados gratuitamente.

Cupo limitado, inscríbete para apartar tu lugar. 


Jueves 9 de junio, 2022

6:00 - 7:30 PM 

Biblioteca Old Town


Program presented in Spanish

 

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IMAGINANTES-X: Join the Flow - Únete al cambio

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Other Locations
CSU Plant Sciences Building, Room W212
In this week-long workshop, participants will be guided by accomplished Mexican artist Guillermo Castellanos who will share his skills in clay modeling, illustration, and Stop Motion animation. Using their new knowledge, youth will create their own Claymation to tell their story and to raise water conservation awareness in a creative way, while connecting with other teens.
IMAGINANTES-X empowers youth through creative expression, career exploration, teamwork, heritage, and community engagement.
June 6-10
9:00 am - 4:00 pm @ CSU
Field trip: June 8 @ Sylvan Dale Ranch
Closing Ceremony: June 10 @ Old Town Library

Free! Breakfast, lunch, snacks & transportation to Sylvan Dale Ranch included.
Limited to 25 participants. Registration required.
Call 980-658-3721 for more information
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Registration begins 5/27/2022 at 9:00 AM

Art in the Great Outdoors

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Other Locations
Riverbend Ponds
Let your creativity flow with a mini workshop on outdoor photography, then explore Riverbend Ponds during a guided hike.

For tweens and teens ages 10-18. Registration is required. Registrants will receive an email with directions to the program, which will be held at Riverbend Ponds Natural Areas: 705 Cairnes Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80525.
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Registration begins 5/31/2022 at 9:00 AM

Amazing Race: Sea Quest Edition

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Other Locations
Twin Silo Park
Compete against other teams of teens in a course of physical roadblocks and challenging puzzles that will take you across and under the seven seas.
For teens ages 12 to 18.
Registration is required. Registrants will receive an email with directions to the program, which will be held at the shelter at Twin Silo Park: 5552 Ziegler Rd, Fort Collins, CO 80528.
Health and safety requirements will be enforced. Read about current health and safety requirements for library programs here: https://read.poudrelibraries.org/events/welcome-back.cfm.
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Registration begins 6/7/2022 at 9:00 AM

Paint Pouring for Teens

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Council Tree Library
Large Meeting Room
Leave the paint brushes behind and try acrylic paint pouring. Blend, pour, tilt, and let the paint do its work - every finished canvas offers an infinite combination of colors and patterns.

All supplies and instruction provided. Registration required. For teens aged 12 to 18.

Please note: wear clothing that you don't mind getting messy. 

Health and safety requirements will be enforced. Read about current health and safety requirements for library programs here: https://read.poudrelibraries.org/events/welcome-back.cfm
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Teen Writers

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Harmony Library
East Room
Are you ready to flex your creative brain muscles? Welcome to Teen Writers, a support and critique group for teens who love to write.  Short stories, novels, poetry, screenplays - whatever your passion, we're here to help and encourage. We will have writing exercises, prompts for ideas, and peer editing. Bring a piece you’ve already been working on to share with the group or start something brand new, all teen writers are welcome! 
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Registration begins 6/8/2022 at 8:00 AM

Walking Tour: Black/African American History in Early Fort Collins

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Other Locations

Join the City of Fort Collins Historic Preservation Services team for a short walk through some of Fort Collins’ early Black History. Black Americans have been part of the story of the American West for hundreds of years, and Fort Collins is no exception. This tour will explore the story of Black Americans in northern Colorado through the experiences of several early families. We'll discuss the opportunities that drew them here and the challenges they faced in finding community due to discrimination. Finally, we'll highlight why preserving the places where their stories took place is important to us today. 


The tour is limited to 25 people and advanced registration is required. The tour will last approximately 1 hour.

Where to meet: Washington Park, 300 block of Maple Street, north of City Hall

What to bring: comfortable shoes and curiosity

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