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Teens are invited to create and learn through experimentation under the STEAM (science, technology, engineering, and math) umbrella.
Use your creative engine to design and build your imagination!
True and well proven phrases that will make your day brighter and lighter. Come pick out your favorite saying from our board.
Teens are invited to watch a variety of movies!
This day is for movie lovers! Come see a movie on the BIG SCREEN! Feel free to bring your own snacks. On the last Saturday of each month we will do a craft too.
Come and get your Calm on with us while engaging in conversation. Plenty of activities to choose.
Teens are welcome to join us for Maker Mania Monday and stretch their creative and artistic muscles with craft making, painting, etc.
Join us for a STEAM activity as we create paper towel roses to celebrate National Rose Day!
Do you like watching anime? Love to talk about anime? What are you waiting for? Come enjoy some anime and hang out with your friends!
Teens are invited to unwind and play a variety of card games, board games, and video games etc. Ages 12-18.
Teens can come and learn about Mae Jamison.
Teens are invited to join us in exploring women's contributions to science throughout history! We will unravel the DNA of a strawberry, and decode a binary message.
It's Black History Month! How much do you know about Black History? Join us for a fun filled evening of trivia! Test your knowledge!
Did you know Mancala originated in Africa? We also invite you to stay as we play and learn the history of this ancient game. This program is for ages 12-18.
Join us for International Women and Girls in Science by creating Apollo 13 capsule models while learning about Katherine Johnson. The woman who helped bring Apollo 13 back to earth!
Teens will to learn about the woman (Emily Roebling) who helped with the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge. They will use their critical thinking skills to construct their own bridges! Ages: 12-18
Teens (12 - 18 years old) are invited to test out their circuitry skills and practice with our Snap Circuits! While we build, we will have a discussion about famous women in science with a focus on the impacts made by Black Women scientists.
Are you interested in learning Spanish or practicing your Spanish skills with others? Gilda Rada, English/Spanish writer & translator, will lead the classes.
Movie today special feature. Join us!
Teens are invited to hear guest speakers present on a wide range of topics and lived experiences! Ages 12-18.
Teens can come in and learn to sew a Valentine's Pillow.
Do you like playing video and board games? You are invited to come out to our gaming night, where you have a chance to relax and show your skills. Roblox tournaments are once a month. Don't forget to bring a friend!
In honor of International Day of Women & Girls in Science, we will have a special showing of Hidden Figures. Hidden Figures follows the true story of three women who all began their journey working at NASA as a part of the West Computers, a segregated group of African American women hired to process aeronautic data in the Space Race era.
Join us for a fun valentine craft. This craft can be given to someone you are dreamy about or kept for yourself. Patrons will glue Valentine themed scrapbook paper and stickers to a wooden, heart-shaped wreath and add a decorative bow in this fun craft for all ages to enjoy. Hope to see you there!
International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Who am I? Come and discover Rosalind Franklin. a British Biophysicist. Also make a DNA sample.
This day will focus on the females of the world that have made, or still making a difference in the field of science. Girls will be given materials to Invent an Art Machine or Invent a Security Machine.
Join us to watch "Hidden Figures," a movie that focuses on the first black women whose brilliant work launched John Glenn into orbit in 1962.
We're getting lit for Valentine's Day! Come make your special someone (whoever that may be) a festive card that lights up when the circuit is completed. This program is for ages 12-18.
Teens will enjoy time together making fun and creative yarn art hearts! Ages: 12-18
Valentine's Day is all about celebrating passion and love. Teens (12 - 18 years old) are invited to create a work of art that displays your passion and what you love about yourself !
No date? No problem! Teens bring your pals and go head to head in games like RocketLeague, MarioKart, Uno, and Jenga.
Patrons will glue Valentine themed scrapbook paper and stickers to a wooden, heart-shaped wreath and add a decorative bow in this fun craft for all ages to enjoy.
Teens come in and let's learn to make African Trade Beads.
Have you ever wanted to learn more about tornados? How they are formed and what they may look like? Join us as we learn more and make our very own hurricane in a bottle. Hope to see you there!
Teens and Tweens are invited to join us for movie night. We will be showing the 1997 Cinderella; which features actress Whoopi Goldberg and singer Brandy!
Come watch The Call of the Wild with us from 4pm-5:30pm.
What can you tell me about Jazz or Graffiti? Select a question and then find the answer, (Unless you know it or use our resources to obtain it.) Have fun and expand you knowledge.
Join us as we "Let the good times roll" with a Mardi Gras themed craft. Patrons of all ages will use Mardi Gras themed stickers and paint to create a Louisiana-shaped collage just in time to let the good times roll! Hope to see you and the rest of the family there!
"Playing The Cards You're Dealt" by Varian Johnson
For Black History Month, play a game of Black History Plinko that facilitates discussions on race, features acts of kindness, and offers opportunities to learn about Black visionaries, leaders, and artists! You can win cool prizes!
Kahoot! is a game-based learning platform, used as educational technology. Teens will celebrate Black History with a bit of trivia playing short games with Kahoot on computers! Ages: 12-18
Teens (12 - 18 years old) are invited to learn about Mardi Gras while making fun masks and props for the upcoming parades and celebrations !
Teens come in and learn about Alma Thomas and do some of her art.
It's jeopardy time, with a twist. Bring the whole family along to test your trivia skills. It will be lots of fun, hope to see you there!
Join us as we watch the Lion King and enjoy a tasty treat. Hope to see you there!
It's that time again, Chess time! Join us for our monthly chess club meeting as we revisit the fundamentals of the game and have friendly one on one battles. Hope to see you there!
Come watch and enjoy some popcorn with the Williams sisters, Venus and Serena make history in the game of Tennis.
Teens will be given an opportunity to discuss issues that are important or relevant to them and their peers. Ages: 12-18
Teens can go head to head for prizes in a Kahoot! trivia game all about Black History Month.
Teens (12 - 18 years old) are invited to share their programming ideas at our Teen Advisory Board ! This program will provide attending teens an hour of volunteer work. For more information, call the Broadmoor Youth Services desk at 318-869-0120.
Join in as we discuss TikTok ideas, create unique #hashtags and make cool reels!
Belcher Library will host a Legal Assistance Program on Wills / Estate Planning.
This program is conducted by the Shreveport Bar Foundation and is free.