Monday, June 11, 2012

Teens talk about dreams, make journals

Have you ever had a weird dream and wondered what it means? Most people find they remember dreams better if they write them down. Recording dreams is a tool for further reflection as to what your dreams mean, and some people use them as a catalyst for artistic expression or creative writing.

On Tuesday, June 19, teens will meet for a dream journal workshop. Participants will decorate a journal, talk about dream interpretation and get tips for keeping a dream diary.

Registration is not required for the workshop; all art supplies will be supplied. The event will be held: 
The event is part of the library’s free Own the Night program series for teens entering 6th grade or higher this fall. The series begins June 16 and continues through Aug. 11. Registration is not required for most of the events, but teens who register and track the number of books read are entitled to small prizes after logging in the number of books read each week. Larger prizes may be earned by writing book reviews to be shared with other teens.

Other upcoming events include: Wii games and tournament, transforming Ts, self-defense instruction, glow in the dark jewelry craft, star gazing party, and swap shop and pizza taste-off.  Register for the Own the Night series online now or at any Fauquier library.

All activities and special events are free courtesy of the Friends of the Fauquier Library. Other sponsors supporting the programs include Chick-fil-A; Dairy Queen; Earth, Glaze and Fire; Effee’s Frozen Treats; Five Guys; Great Meadow Foundation; Latitudes; and Rollerworks Family Skating Center.

Call (540) 422-8500 for more information.

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